Rio Grande Sports Information RIO GRANDE, Ohio - Prior to his team's post-season opener against Asbury University on Wednesday night, University of Rio Grande head coach David Smalley said his team's best chance for success might be exploiting the Eagles' weakness in and around the basket. But as things turned out, the RedStorm ended up beating their guests at their own game - the three-point goal. Rio Grande tied a single-game season-high with 15 three-pointers, including seven by Kaylie Apperson, en route to a 90-89 victory in the quarterfinal round of the River States Conference Women's Basketball Championship at the Newt Oliver Arena. The RedStorm, the tourney's No. 2 seed out of the league's East Division, improved to 19-12 with the win and advanced to Saturday's semifinal round to face West Division No. 1 seed Indiana University Southeast. Asbury, the No. 3 seed from the West Division, lost for the second time in as many outings against Rio this season and finished at 20-11.