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Team will face the Saints at home tomorrow with a win on their minds

Kristi Auckland and Company will be fighting for a win tomorrow night
Kristi Auckland (L) and Company will be fighting
for a win tomorrow night

November 3, 2008

Olympia, WA - The Geoducks have hope that they will change the trend of the past with a win tomorrow night.

Evergreen has lost to St. Martin's ten times out of 11 games, including last years 91-59 loss at the SMU Pavilion last year.

Like the men's team, the women have yet to play other than a scrimmage game so far in the new season. Coach Monica Heuer will see how her new team members handle the pressure of a real game situation together.

It will be a special game for newcomer Keisha McDonald. The freshman guard knows about the rivalry between the Geoducks and the Saints, having played high school basketball at nearby River Ridge High School in Lacey.

McDonald will be joined by a talented bunch of newcomers that team up with the seasoned vets like Kristi Auckland (Everett, WA), Rosalind Lee (Oakland, CA) and Joy White (Berkeley, CA).