Mount St. Mary's University women's basketball travels to Baltimore for a matchup with Coppin State this Sunday (Nov. 29) at 3 p.m.
• The Mountaineers sit at 1-3 on the year following a loss at Bucknell on Tuesday. The Mount collected its first victory of the season last week at Delaware State.
• Junior Alexis Carter and sophomore Jessica Harris are the team's top scorers through the opening four tilts. Carter leads the squad with 15.0 points per game, while Harris is averaging 11.5 per contest.
• Harris collected her fourth straight game with double-digit points after scoring a team-high 10 last time out at Bucknell.
• With six more victories, the Mount would become the first women's program in the Northeast Conference to reach the 700-win plateau.
• The Mountaineers are set to face Coppin State for the seventh time in series history, with the Mount holding a 4-2 advantage. In last year's matchup, the Mount topped Coppin State at Knott Arena by a 81-65 final.
SCOUTING COPPIN STATE
• The Eagles opened the year with losses to VCU (73-42), West Virginia (96-64) and UMBC (68-61), before downing Towson (81-69) last weekend to move to 1-3 on the year.
• Janelle Lane tops Coppin State with 13.3 ppg, while Keena Samuels (11.5 ppg) and Omaah Tayong (10.0) are the other Eagles averaging double digits.
• Coppin State is averaging 62.0 points a contest while surrendering 76.5 to opponents.
The Mount wraps up its five-game road swing with a contest at UMES on Wednesday, December 2 at 6 p.m.