St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s women’s basketball team is led by head coach Ashley Eldridge.

Head coach Ashley Eldridge leads the Eutectic women’s basketball team, beginning team practices in October.  The schedule averages two to three games per week with the majority of travel on weekends and time off for holidays. The season runs through the KIAC Tournament at the end of February.

Eutectics Score Big Despite Injuries

Lauren Albertina
Lauren Albertina had 20 points
against Missouri Baptist.
Photo by Jerry Naunheim, Jr.

It seems that the Eutectics have been hit with one obstacle after another this season, in the form of injuries. When the season started, the team had a minimal nine players on the roster. By December, injuries had dropped the team’s roster down to six. The Euts managed to pick up a player, but then, just as quickly, lost another to injury over the break. The team was reduced to forfeiting the game against Columbia College on Jan. 3. In their 2015 debut at 0-7, the Eutectics played their best game of the season at Missouri Baptist. The team scored 58 points, dropping in 11 3-pointers to score the most points in a game this season in their 89-58 loss to the Spartans.

33 of the Eutectics’ 58 points were from 3-point land as the team shot an unprecedented 61% from behind the arc. Second-year guard Lauren Albertina was four for six for three-pointers, shooting 50% from the field for her 20 points. Second-year guard Emi Santhuff shot 53%, putting in 3 three-pointers for 18 of the Eutectic points. First-year guard Jordyn Norde went three for four from three-point land, dropping in 11 total points. Third-year forward Jaime Everett led the team in rebounds with seven, while Norde and third-year guard Paige Forshee had three steals each.

Now 0-8, the Eutectics will be back in action on Thursday, Jan. 8, when they travel to Fulton, Mo., to take on the William Woods Eagles.

Clinic Honors Coach

Eutectics Deal with Challenges

Euts Travel to New York in Quest for Apothecary Cup

Athletes Honored at Banquet

Santhuff Breaks Records; Euts Fall Short of Victory 

Eutectics Honor Fallen Teammate 

Eutectic Women End 2013 with a Win in the Pillbox 

Lady Euts Defeat Principia; Cannot Reclaim the Apothecary Cup

Eutectics Open Season with Loss

Lady Eutectics Earn First Homecoming Game Win 

Lady Euts Suffer Deat to Brescia

Lady Euts Lose Two in Indiana

STLCOP Endures Second Loss to Principia

Lady Euts Struggle Against Conference Teams

New KIAC Teams Defeat Lady Euts

Eut Logo


NAIA Champions of Character