Haris Price was a one-person show halfway through the second quarter in No. 5 Carson-Newman's 99-61 over Anderson Wednesday night.

Steal. Score. Repeat. And two more for good measure.

That's how it happened with 5:54 left on the clock in the second period. Katie Stubblefield got it started, forcing the turnover and finding Price on a long outlet for the easy lay-in. Then, on the next two consecutive plays, Price's one-women press was too much for Anderson to handle, as they turned it over twice, leading to two more Price buckets.

Later in the game at the end of the third quarter, Kelci Marosites scored three 3-pointers in a span of 34 seconds, two of which were assisted by Price. Price finished with 20 points, five rebounds, seven assists and four steals as Carson-Newman improved to 21-1 on the season. 

Wayne Cavadi is in his fourth year covering all things Division II sports for NCAA.com. In the “offseason”, he covers the Atlanta Braves minor league system for SB Nation’s Minor League Ball and the PGA Tour with PGA.com.