Reed earns her keep for ISU

CRAIG CLARK/SportsPageMagazine.com<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Lindsey Reed drives past Eryn Jones of Portland State during Idaho State’s 89-75 loss to the Vikings Jan. 17 in Portland, Ore. Reed, a 2010 Kingman High graduate, scored 13 points for the Bengals.

CRAIG CLARK/SportsPageMagazine.com<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Lindsey Reed drives past Eryn Jones of Portland State during Idaho State’s 89-75 loss to the Vikings Jan. 17 in Portland, Ore. Reed, a 2010 Kingman High graduate, scored 13 points for the Bengals.

KINGMAN - Lindsey Reed continues to make her presence felt for the Idaho State women's basketball team.

Reed, a 2010 Kingman High graduate, had what is likely her most difficult game as a Bengal in Thursday's 61-54 loss at Montana. Reed finished with just two points after scoring 13 in Monday's loss at Portland State, a game where she grabbed a team-high six rebounds.

She has started all 17 games for ISU (11-6, 2-2 Big Sky), including two exhibitions. She leads the team in minutes played and total rebounds with 101.

Reed is second on the team in steals with 32 and assists with 42. She's averaging 10.3 points.

ISU is at Montana State today, and the Bengals will be in Arizona Saturday, Feb. 12, to face NAU in Flagstaff.