BOSTON – The Suffolk women's basketball team takes a three-game win-streak on the road Tuesday night as the Rams visit St. Joseph's (Conn.) for a 7 p.m. showdown.
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LAST TIME OUT
The Suffolk women's basketball team rewrote its record books Saturday afternoon as the Rams picked up a 104-99 overtime GNAC win over Albertus Magnus inside Regan Gymnasium on Senior Day.
Suffolk used the first 100-point game in the program's 40-year history to capture its third straight win.
Chelsea Campellone and Alessandra Quadri each put on a show in front of the home crowd in their final home game of their careers. Quadri's 26 points led the Rams, while Campellone's 22-point, 13-rebound effort was good for the seniors 11th double-double of the season. Quadri added eight boards, three assits, two swats and one takeaway to her impressive stat line. Georgia Bourikas and Kelsey Schiebel also recorded double-figures for Suffolk with 19 and 17, respectively.
Suffolk finished the day with a 48.6 connection rate (48.6) from the floor, shot 44.0 percent (11-25) from 3-point range and 72.4 percent (21-29) from the line. The Rams held advantages in points in the paint (44-34), points off mistakes (21-17) and had a 31-point spark off the bench.
RUN DOWN ON THE RAMS
- Suffolk's 14-9 overall record has come thanks to an 11-4 mark at Regan Gymnasium. On the road, however, the Rams are 1-5 with their last win coming away from the friendly confines of their home gym coming January 9 at Simmons, 65-52.
- As a team the Rams have the fifth-best offense in the league with 65.4 ppg off the sixth-best shooting percentage from the field (36.3) and from 3-point range (31.0).
- Chelsea Campellone's team-leading 15.7 ppg is good for sixth amongst the GNAC with the seniors 10.3 rpg is good for third.
- Alessandra Quadri joins Campellone with double-figures as the senior provides 10.0 ppg.
BREAKDOWN ON THE BLUE JAYS
- St. Joseph's snapped a four-game skid Saturdya with a 79-56 win over Mount Ida to move its record to 3-19 overall and 2-7 against GNAC opponents.
- The Blue Jays put in the 10th-best offense in the league (58.3) and allow the the second-most points against (75.4).
- A quartet of players record double-digits with Carlee Putnam's 13.7 leading the way. Kayla Guest, who grabs 6.7 rpg on the glass, is second on the team with 12.9 ppg. Stephanie DeJesus ) and Rajeen Mayo round out USJCTs double-figure scorers with identical 11.3 ppg each.
- Elisha Pertillar's 7.0 rpg leads the Blue Jays' 38.6 rebounds per outing.
The Suffolk women's basketball record books were rewritten Saturday afternoon as the Rams poured in 104 points in a 104-99 overtime GNAC victory against Albertus Magnus.
Suffolk closes the regular season Saturday, Feb. 21 at Mount Ida at 1 p.m.