Beahm, a senior from Dendron, Va., put together a strong week in leading Roanoke to a pair of conference wins. Twice Beahm poured in 23 points as the Maroons earned a 70-54 road win at Randolph and a 75-51 home triumph over Shenandoah. Against the WildCats, Beahm added 15 rebounds (including six offensive) to her 23 points, which included a 9-of-12 showing from the foul line. She added a steal and a blocked shot and didn't turn the ball over. Versus Shenandoah, Beahm came up one board shy of her second double-double with nine boards to go with 23 markers. She was 10-of-13 from the field and 3-of-4 from the charity stripe. For the season, Beahm is third in the ODAC in both scoring (19.3 ppg) and rebounding (9.2 rpg) average. She is #1 in field goals made (166), second in free throws made (108), and third in free throw percentage (85.0%).
Women's Basketball Weekly Notes
- Eastern Mennonite extended its winning stream to seven games with winsover Bridgewater (84-36) and Randolph (76-55). Myneshia Walker played in hand in both those wins, hitting seven three-pointers over two games that saw her finish with 18 points against the Eagles and 20 points against the WildCats. She added five and seven rebounds, respectively.
- Emory & Henry forward Sydney McKinney scored 11 points with three boards in a 75-58 setback at Lynchburg. The Wasps' dual-sport athlete (volleyball) chipped in 13 points and seven rebounds in just 18 minutes in an 81-48 victory over Bridgewater.
- Guilford guard Lauren Ramsey dropped in 10 points with five boards and three assists in a 59-32 win over Holllins. She followed with 20 points on 10-of-14 from the field with three boards and eight assists in a 73-57 victory over Virginia Wesleyan.
- Lynchburg forward Caroline Nauman scored 42 points in the Hornets 1-1 week. She went for 17 points and eight rebounds in a 75-58 win over Emory & Henry. She followed with 25 points, six boards, and three assists in a 77-75 overtime loss at Randolph-Macon.
- Randolph-Macon forward Kelly Williams saw her double-doubles streak snapped at 12 games with 13 points and eight rebounds in a 66-51 win at Virginia Wesleyan. But she was right back at it in a 77-75 overtime win over Lynchburg, posting a season-high 29 points with 19 rebounds for her 18th double-double of the season. She shot 17-of-26 (65.4%) from the field for the week.
- Washington and Lee guard Taylor Casey poured in a game-best 19 points to go with five rebounds and two steals in a 48-44 win at Shenandoah. She followed with 12 points in a 60-55 win over Hollins