Mount Women's Basketball Wraps Up Road Swing at UMES

Mount Women's Basketball Wraps Up Road Swing at UMES

MOUNT ST. MARY'S at UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE
Wednesday, December 2, 6:00 p.m.
Princess Anne, Md. | Hytche Arena

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The Mount St. Mary's University women's basketball team wraps up its five-game road swing with a tilt at University of Maryland Eastern Shore on December 2 at 6 p.m.

MOUNT STORYLINES
•The Mountaineers (1-4) look to pick up their second win of the season after dropping a 66-55 decision at Coppin State last time out.

Sarafina Arthur-Williams and Jessica Harris tallied 15 points apiece to lead the Mount offense against the Eagles. Arthur-Williams, whose 15 points marked a season-high, also pulled down six rebounds.

Alexis Carter and Harris are the two Mountaineers averaging double-digit points this season, as the pair from Woodbridge, Va. have combined for 24.0 points per game through the opening five contests.

•Junior Kaitlyn Eisenhard tops the team in rebounding, averaging 6.4 per game, and Carter ranks second with 6.2 a contest.

•Mount St. Mary's needs just six victories to become the first NEC women's basketball program to reach the 700-win plateau. The Mount has collected 20 or more wins in a season 17 different times.

SCOUTING UMES
•The Hawks sit at 2-3 on the year, with wins over USC Upstate (78-59) and Cheyney (76-46), and losses to Georgetown (71-60), Northeastern (60-49) and Xavier (61-56).

•UMES averages 63.8 points per game on .387 shooting from the field and a .318 mark from long range.

•TeAmber Burke (12.4 ppg), Moengaroa Subritzky (11.8) and Ciani Byrom (11.6) pace the Hawks' offense, while three other players average at least 5.0 ppg.

UP NEXT
Mount St. Mary's returns to Emmitsburg for a matchup with Loyola on Saturday, Dec. 5 at 4:30 p.m. Watch live action for free at NECfrontrow.com.