4:02 pm
January 24

Seattle U @ Utah Valley

Who will WIN this matchup?

Seattle U Redhawks (6-10)

@ Utah Valley Wolverines (7-10)


Current odds:

Seattle U Redhawks: (+240)

Utah Valley Wolverines: (-300)


• The line for this game is Utah Valley by 6.5 points.

• Bree Calhoun has scored in double figures in five straight games now, shooting 46% from the field in that time. Calhoun has made multiple three-pointers in four straight games after doing so twice in the season’s first 12 games. She has scored 14+ points in four straight games, the second time in her career she has done so. Calhoun has never scored 14+ points in five or more consecutive games.

• Seattle U had 51 rebounds against Tarleton State, its fourth game of 50+ rebounds this season. The Redhawks have now out-rebounded the opposition in three straight games after doing so just four times in the first 13 games of the season. The Redhawks have double-digit offensive rebounds in seven straight games as well. In those seven games, Seattle U has allowed the opposition to record double-digit offensive rebounds just thrice.

• The Redhawks have not been outscored in the second half in any of the last three games, outscoring California Baptist and Abilene Christian while playing Tarleton State even. In those three games, Seattle U has outscored its opposition 111-88 in the fourth quarter. Tarleton State is the only one of those three opponents to score more than 30 points in the second half, putting up 32 thanks to a six-point overtime period.

• The Redhawks are shooting 39.7% in WAC games this year after shooting 38% outside of conference. Seattle U has shot under 35% just once in five conference games, shooting 31.6% against Tarleton State. Five different Redhawks are shooting over 40% in conference play, including Bree Calhoun (46%) and Courtney Murphy (43.5%), the two Redhawks to averaged 10+ points in WAC play.

• Utah Valley University wraps up a stretch of five games in 10 days on Monday afternoon against Seattle University.

• Monday’s game also begins a four-game homestand for the Wolverines, who have played just once at home in their first six WAC contests. The game was previously scheduled for Jan. 13 but postponed due to COVID-19 protocols.

• Josie Williams recorded her 12th double-double of the season on Saturday at Lamar, which is sixth on the school’s single-season list. Williams is second in the WAC in scoring at 16.5 per game while leading the league with 11.8 rebounds per game, which is tied for sixth nationally. Her 12 double-doubles is tied for fifth among all Division I players.

StreakSmarter Pick
Utah Valley Wolverines