Women's Basketball Faces St. Francis Brooklyn on Friday Night

Women's Basketball Faces St. Francis Brooklyn on Friday Night

The Central Connecticut women's basketball team will travel to Brooklyn, NY to face St. Francis Brooklyn at 7:00 p.m. inside Pope Physical Education Center. The Terriers stand at an even 8-8 in third place in the NEC with Bryant, who have already clinched their spot in the postseason tournament.

The Blue Devils are 6-10 in a three way tie with Mount St. Mary's and LIU Brooklyn in seventh place in the league.

GAMEDAY INFORMATION - Pope Physical Education Center | Brooklyn, NY

Central Connecticut (6-21, 6-10 NEC) at St. Francis Brooklyn (12-15, 8-8 NEC) | Friday, March 2 | 7:00 PM

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GAME NOTES | CCSU

Last Time Out • Central dropped a pair of contests to the Northeast Conference's top-two contenders, Saint Francis U. and Robert Morris. Junior Kiana Patterson led the team with 17 points against SFU and freshman Emma McCamus led CCSU against the Colonials, tying her career-high of 13 points on Monday.

Most Recently for SFBK • The Terriers last topped Fairleigh Dickinson in Teaneck, NJ on Monday night, 58-45. Alex Delaney led St. Fancis Brooklyn with a game-high 15 points and four steals.

Series History • The Blue Devils hold a commanding 29-10 lead in the series history with the Terriers. Friday night marks the 40th all-time meeting between the two schools.

The First Match • Four Blue Devils scored in doublefigures against the Terriers on Jan. 20, as SFBK edged CCSU 78-70. Juniors Kiana Patterson and Andi Lydon scored a game-high 17 points apiece. The Terriers out-shot Central 51.9 percent to 42.1 percent, that proved to be the difference maker.

Record Watch • Junior Kiana Patterson currently has 69 three-pointers this season nearing her 2016-17 school record of 71 three-pointers made in a single-season.

Up Next • The Central Connecticut women's basketball team will play its final contest of the regular season on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. against LIU Brooklyn inside of Steinberg Wellnes Center.

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