Women’s basketball team continues looking for a win

A women's basketball player shoots a free throw during a home game.

Kellogg Community College’s women’s basketball team is still looking for a win this season after a loss against Mott Community College on Wednesday.

The final score was 52-33 Mott Community College.

Leading the Bruins on the court were sophomore guard Jordynn Lloyd (Tekonsha/Athens High School), who went 4-5 from the arc ending with 12 points; Elizabeth Schreur (Tekonsha/Quincy High School), who had four blocks; Kalista Hubbart (Battle Creek/Lakeview High School), who had nine points, four assists and seven rebounds and went perfect from the line.

Head KCC Women’s Basketball Coach Kayla Whitmyer said that the Bruins started the game with a six-point lead.

“Kellogg came out ready to play, jumping to a six-point lead right out the gates, but Mott battled back and controlled most of the game,” Whitmyer said. “The Bruins held on and a late scoring affair led by Jordan Lloyd gave Kellogg life. KCC ended up falling short but not without a fight.”

Wednesday’s results give the Bruins a 0-6 record overall for the season so far.

Up Next

The women’s basketball team plays next at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 3, on the road against Lansing Community College. The team’s next home game starts at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 5, against Jackson College in the Miller Gym on campus in Battle Creek.

Admission to all KCC home games is free.

For more information about women’s basketball at KCC, visit kelloggbruins.com or contact Head Women’s Basketball Coach Kayla Whitmyer at wbbcoach@kellogg.edu.