SFCC (8-11, 4-6 in Region 16) picked up an 89-81 victory over Crowder College inside the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center on Saturday, Jan. 29.

The game was part of the Region 16 schedule for both teams. The Lady Roadrunners honored their sophomores at halftime of the men's game.

The Lady Roadrunners scored the first 12 points in the game to jump out to an early advantage. Crowder cut the SFCC advantage to 41-38 at halftime. Crowder took a 64-62 lead at the end of three quarters. The Lady Roadrunners had the answers in the final quarter outscoring Crowder by 10 points to secure the victory and snap a three-game losing streak.

Freshman forward Quincenia Jackson posted another double-double by going 14 of 14 from the field to score a career-high 34 points and 14 rebounds to lead the team in both categories. Goodwin contributed a career-high 23 points and one blocked shot. Freshman guard Olivia Dooley chipped in with 10 points. Freshman guard Kayla Dooley registered a team-high six assists and two steals.

"I thought we struggled a little bit in the second and third quarters," said head coach Nicole Collier. "We knew that Crowder was not going to go away. In the last five minutes of the game, I felt like our group was just able to grind it out. We buckled down and made plays and didn't give up easy looks. We got great offensive contributions from Quincenia and Grace tonight. We have to get better at controlling our turnovers. That game was a must-have for both programs. Every region game is critical for seeding purposes."

-- David Rohrbach, SFCC Athletics