CSI Women's Basketball to face another test in USU Eastern

TWIN FALLS, Idaho ( KMVT / KSVT ) Most of the teams in the Scenic West Athletic Conference produced a solid record against non-conference opponents.

The College of Southern Idaho Women's Basketball team won 15 games before conference play, and is coming off a sweep on its latest road trip, including taking down powerhouse Salt Lake.

At 17-4, the Golden Eagles are receiving votes in the latest national poll.

The women now prepare for USU Eastern who is 1-1 and 14-5 overall.

CSI head coach Randy Rogers will go to battle against a pair of sisters who coach the Eagles. Morgan Warburton-Nelson is a former Utah All-American who was drafted by the Sacramento Monarchs.

He's excited for the match-up.

Rogers said, "what they're teaching the kids is quality. The kids play hard, they have some sophomores that have a lot of confidence. They battle everybody they play, their record is real similar to our record, they about beat Salt Lake. They do have a game tomorrow night versus Snow, so we'll get to see them one more time before we play them."

On Saturday, CSI went to Colorado Northwestern and won by 50 points. One of the keys to success, Chesney Campbell. The sophomore scored 10 points, one of three moments in the season when she posted double-figures.

Campbell exclaimed, "I'm more aggressive this year, a lot more aggressive on the boards and I take more time to do things in the paint, last year I was in a rush to do everything."

The Eagles-Golden Eagles tip off at 3 pm.



 
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