Women’s Basketball Faces St. Francis Brooklyn Monday Night at Knott Arena

Women’s Basketball Faces St. Francis Brooklyn Monday Night at Knott Arena

MOUNT ST. MARY'S (9-9, 3-4 NEC) vs. ST. FRANCIS BROOKLYN (11-8, 5-2 NEC)
Monday, January 28 | 7:00 p.m.
Emmitsburg, Md. | Knott Arena

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>>> The Mountaineers continue their three-game home stand on Monday night with a matchup against St. Francis Brooklyn at Knott Arena. Opening tip is set for 7 p.m., and action can be seen for free at NECFrontRow.com
>>> The Mount is 51-7 in the all-time series against St. Francis Brooklyn, which is the team's best record vs. any Northeast Conference (NEC) opponent. The Mountaineers sparkling record vs. the Terriers includes a 26-3 mark at Knott Arena. Despite the lopsided record, St. Francis Brooklyn has won each of the last three meetings, including a sweep of the series last season. The opening meeting between the two teams last season resulted in an 82-73 victory by the Terriers in Brooklyn. Alex Delaney and Jade Johnson combined to score 51 of 82 points for SFBK. Juliette Lawless paced the Mount with 18 points in the tilt. The second matchup saw the Terriers roll to a 75-56 victory in Emmitsburg behind a 42-point output in the second half. Jade Johnson netted a game-high 22 points for SFBK, while Ashlee White led the Mount with 16.
>>> The Mountaineers' 61-45 win over LIU Brooklyn on Saturday gave them three wins in their last four contests. Juliette Lawless and Michaela Harrison combined for 35 points to lead the Mount to victory on the Homecoming Weekend matchup at Knott Arena. Lawless filled the stat sheet with 18 points, six rebounds, five assists, and a pair of steals. The senior did much of her damage at the foul line, making 9-of-16 from the charity stripe. Harrison made 4-of-10 from three-point range to tally 17 points on the day, while also adding three assists and two boards. Jatarrikah Settle pulled down a game-high 12 boards to collect her third double-digit rebound effort in the last four contests.
>>> The Mount kept things rolling at home, moving to 5-2 on the year at Knott Arena following Saturday's win. The Mountaineers are averag­ing 76.6 points per game and shooting 42.5 percent overall and 39.5 percent from long range in their home contests.
>>> Following Monday's game vs. St. Francis Brooklyn, the Mountaineers round out their home stand on February 2 against Saint Francis U at 1 p.m. The game will be streamed live on ESPN3.