How big has Rhyne Howard been for Kentucky Women’s Basketball this season?
Howard has been a star, building off of her historic freshman campaign in Year 2 for the Wildcats and put on a show last night as Kentucky took down California.
Howard finished with 29 points, including 19 of those points coming in the fourth quarter. She also hit the game-winning shot, a 15-foot jumper from the elbow with 3.4 seconds remaining to put the Cats up 63-61 and give her team the victory.
The win moves Matthew Mitchell’s team to 11-1 on the season and a major part of that hot start is due to Howard, who is now averaging almost 21 points per game to go along with almost 5.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game.
Last night’s performance was also the fourth time in the last five games that Howard has surpassed 25 points.
She’s among the best in the country and last night was even more proof of that.
Tweet of the Day
What can’t this woman do?!?— Ben Bobick (@BenBobickWRCB) December 22, 2019
Former @BC_Bearettes star @howard_rhyne with the game winner on the road for @KentuckyWBB today. She scored 19 of her 29 points in the 4th quarter!pic.twitter.com/cJQ3bcHRPY
Video footage of Howard’s game-winning bucket.
The team won’t return to action until Jan. 2
They need to start clicking, and in a hurry.
It’s easy to start throwing blame after back-to-back losses.
The grad transfer was one of the few bright spots.
No looking back with a must-win game next Saturday.
Vito Tisdale is a big name that the Cats hope to land soon.
Jameis gives and he takes away.
It’s a controversial topic but seems like the umpires are willing to give it a shot.
$500 probably isn’t much to an NFL player though.