The Lebanon Valley College women’s basketball team has little need for a New Year’s Resolution. The Flying Dutchmen just want to keep doing what they’ve been doing.
LVC recently won a pair of games at the Lycoming Basketball Classic in Williamsport. On Dec. 29, Lebanon Valley routed Richard Stockton 64-34, then the following night soundly defeated Ramapo College 62-49.
The wins pushed the Flying Dutchmen’s current win-streak to five games and moved them to 10-1 overall. Lebanon Valley, which sports a 2-0 mark in the Commonwealth Conference, returns from its holiday break on Monday afternoon when it hosts Salisbury University at 4 p.m. in the LVC Gymnasium.
To this point, Lebanon Valley has gotten it done with remarkably balanced scoring. The Lebanon Valley attack features no less than six scorers who are averaging six points per game or more.
The only LVC player who averages double-digits is Suzie Noyes at 10.4. Meanwhile, floor general Andrea Hoover is scoring at a 9.7 points-per-game clip and has dished out 54 assists.
But perhaps the most impressive part of the Flying Dutchmen’s game has been their defense. On the average, Lebanon Valley gives up 50.1 points and holds its opponents to 33 percent shooting from the floor.