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Schrimpsher producing for Bengals

10:25 am December 20th, 2013

Becca Schrimpsher, a junior from Eatonville, has scored in double digits in three of Idaho State University’s first eight games of the 2013-14 NCAA Division I women’s basketball season.
Her high was 14 points Nov. 29 against Boise State, followed by 13 against Carroll College Nov. 11 and 11 Dec. 7 against iowa. She averaged 9.4 points in the eight-game stretch in which ISU went 2-6, including losses on the road at Iowa and Oklahoma State.
Schrimpsher, a guard who played in a total of 35 games her first two seasons, is one of the few players with experience with the Bengals prior to this season. The team has eight newcomers.
Schrimpsher was a league most valuable player in three of her seasons with Eatonville High School.

Becca Schrimpsher, a former Eatonville High School student-athlete, is averaging nearly 10 points a game for Idaho State early in the NCAA Division 1 basketball season. (Courtesy photo)

Becca Schrimpsher, a former Eatonville High School student-athlete, is averaging nearly 10 points a game for Idaho State early in the NCAA Division 1 basketball season. (Courtesy photo)

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