Coker came out of a back-and-forth first half with a 31-29 lead by taking care of the ball and shooting a solid 43 percent. The Cobras had only seven first period turnovers and grabbed nine offensive rebounds to get six second-chance points.
The Cobras came out of the break and went on a 15-4 run to grab a 46-33 with on the clock. Coker maintained their lead the rest of the way despite some defensive mistakes when the Royals where unable to finish from the foul line.
Michelle Glover had 16 points and nine rebounds for Coker and Shamae Hemingway added 15 points and eight boards. Point Guard Tyesha Ervin finished with nine points and a game-high 10 boards, while sophomore
Coker shot 46 percent for the game and dominated the glass for a 51-31 advantage. CC had only one more rebound than the visitors at halftime but the Cobras out-rebounded
Maggie Austin had the inside game working for QUC with 21 points on 8-12 shooting but no other Royal player reached double-digits. Erinn Hayes had nine rebounds for
Coker hosts Limestone on Saturday, February 19, at . CC will honor its three seniors, Hemingway, Glover, and Rnesha Baldwin, prior to the game.