Eureka Red Devils

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 7-18 - Conference: 5-11
11/16 at Carroll Final L, 83-46
11/17 vs. Southwestern Final L, 64-39
@ Carroll
11/20 at Illinois Wesleyan Final L, 90-40
11/30 vs. Dubuque Final L, 72-64
12/5 vs. Blackburn * • Final L, 65-60
12/8 vs. Principia * • Final W, 68-43
12/12 at Monmouth Final L, 62-43
12/14 at Knox Final L, 53-47
1/5 at Maryville (Mo.) * • Final L, 82-50
1/7 vs. Robert Morris-Springfield Final L, 66-58
1/9 vs. Fontbonne * • Final L, 68-52
1/12 at Westminster (Mo.) * • Final L, 62-52
1/16 at MacMurray * • Final W, 61-39
1/19 vs. Webster * • Final W, 55-44
1/23 vs. Greenville * • Final L, 60-58
1/26 at Principia * • Final W, 45-39
1/30 at Lincoln Christian Final W, 52-41
2/2 vs. Maryville (Mo.) * • Final L, 82-55
2/6 at Blackburn * • Final L, 72-70
2/9 at Fontbonne * • Final L, 63-51
2/13 vs. MacMurray * • Final W, 65-59
2/16 vs. Westminster (Mo.) * • Final L, 61-55
2/20 at Greenville * • Final L, 63-47
2/23 at Webster * • Final - 2OT L, 71-68
2/26 vs. Lincoln Christian Final W, 68-33

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 7-18 - Conference: 5-11
12/5 vs. Blackburn * • L, 65-60
12/8 vs. Principia * • W, 68-43
1/5 at Maryville (Mo.) * • L, 82-50
1/9 vs. Fontbonne * • L, 68-52
1/12 at Westminster (Mo.) * • L, 62-52
1/16 at MacMurray * • W, 61-39
1/19 vs. Webster * • W, 55-44
1/23 vs. Greenville * • L, 60-58
1/26 at Principia * • W, 45-39
2/2 vs. Maryville (Mo.) * • L, 82-55
2/6 at Blackburn * • L, 72-70
2/9 at Fontbonne * • L, 63-51
2/13 vs. MacMurray * • W, 65-59
2/16 vs. Westminster (Mo.) * • L, 61-55
2/20 at Greenville * • L, 63-47
2/23 at Webster * • L, 71-68

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/SLIAC/Women/2007-08/standings-div1 : /conf/SLIAC/Women/2007-08/standings-div2 : /conf/SLIAC/Women/2007-08/standings

2007-08

Maryville (Mo.) 16-0 24-4
Fontbonne 13-3 17-10
Greenville 12-4 18-9
Blackburn 9-7 11-15
Westminster (Mo.) 6-10 11-14
Webster 5-11 11-14
Principia 5-11 8-16
Eureka 5-11 7-18
MacMurray 1-15 3-20
Lincoln Christian 0-0 0-18

Past Records

2017-18 (18-8, 13-3 SLIAC)
2016-17 (20-8, 14-2 SLIAC)
2015-16 (11-15, 10-8 SLIAC)
2014-15 (14-13, 10-8 SLIAC)
2013-14 (17-9, 13-5 SLIAC)
2012-13 (16-9, 11-5 SLIAC)
2011-12 (21-5, 13-3 SLIAC)
2010-11 (9-15, 5-11 SLIAC)
2009-10 (6-19, 2-14 SLIAC)
2008-09 (5-20, 3-13 SLIAC)
2007-08 (7-18, 5-11 SLIAC)
2006-07 (11-13, 10-8 SLIAC)

Team Info

Coach: Abby Hearn
Conference: SLIAC

Eureka

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 713
Location: Eureka, IL
Colors: Maroon, Gold
Region: Central
Arena: Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena and Convocation Center (2000)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

July 6, 2017 Eureka finds next coach inhouse Amos Arbogast will move from the Eureka men's basketball team, where he has been an assistant coach since 2011, to the women's team where he'll be the next head coach.
April 20, 2017 Eureka coach stepping down Steve Thompson, who was the SLIAC Coach of the Year last season, is stepping down from his job as women's basketball head coach. He will remain Eureka's Director of Athletics
November 19, 2016 Rockford Edges Eureka in Overtime, 92-87 EUREKA, Ill. -- In a game that featured 25 lead changes and 19 tied scores, Rockford’s Mallorie Getzelman scored the go-ahead basket with 17 seconds left in overtime to send the visiting Regents to a 92-87 victory over the Eureka College women’s basketball team, Saturday afternoon at Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena.
March 3, 2015 Jostens finalists announced Ten Division III men's basketball players and 10 women's players are in line for the Jostens Trophy, awarded to the top overall student-athlete in Division III men's and women's basketball.
January 11, 2014 Eureka's Eeten Sets SLIAC Scoring Record in 76-59 Win Over Fontbonne EUREKA, Ill. – Eureka College senior guard Caty Eeten (Eureka, Ill./Eureka H.S.) hit a jumper along the base line for her 1,689th career point with 7:55 left in the first half of Saturday's game, breaking the record for most points scored by a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference women's basketball player and sparking the Red Devils in a 76-59 SLIAC victory over Fontbonne at the Reagan Center.
November 30, 2013 Caty Eeten Breaks All-Time Eureka Scoring Record in 97-76 Win Over Knox EUREKA, Ill. – Eureka College senior guard Caty Eeten (Eureka, Ill./Eureka H.S.) scored 23 points, including a driving layup with 9:19 left in the second half to break the all-time Eureka scoring record, lifting the Red Devils to a 97-76 non-conference win over Knox, Saturday afternoon at the Reagan Center. The decision also marked the first home victory for new head coach Victoria Jones.