BOSTON – The Suffolk women's basketball caps off its 40th-regular season Saturday afternoon as the Rams visit Mount Ida for a 1 p.m. contest.
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LAST TIME OUT
Suffolk scored the first 11 points of the GNAC contest and put on cruise control from there as the Rams rolled past the University of Saint Joseph's, 73-58, Tuesday night inside the O'Connell Center, in women's basketball action.
Georgia Bourikas, Chelsea Campellone and Alessandra Quadri each tallied 15 points to lead the way for the Rams. Defensively, Campellone also led the charge, pulling down 17 boards to mark her 12th double-double of the season and third straight.
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RUN DOWN ON THE RAMS
- Suffolk's second true road victory Tuesday night extended the Rams' win streak to four and improved the blue-and-gold to 15-9 overall and 7-3 in conference contests.
- Well-balanced scoring throughout the season has helped the Rams put together the league's fifth-best offense of 65.7 ppg. From the floor Suffolk shots 36.6 percent, 30.7 percent from behind the arc, which is good for third amongst GNAC competition, and 66.1 percent at the line.
- Chelsea Campellone has been consistent on both ends of the hardwood for the Rams as the senior contributes double figures in points (15.7) and rebounds (10.6). Her points sit sixth in the league, while here rebounds are good for third.
- Alessandra Quadri has also been a prominent figure for Suffolk in her senior season with the guard adding 10.2 ppg, while Georgia Bourikas provides a spark for the Rams off the bench with 10.1 ppg.
MUST KNOW 'BOUT THE MUSTANGS
- Mount Ida stepped out of conference play Tuesday and snapped a three-game skid with a 93-78 win over Pine Manor. The Mustangs carry a 6-18 overall ledger and 3-7 conference mark into Saturday's contest.
- Angelique Martinez and Katlyn Jesse average double-digits for the Mustangs with 15.2 ppg and 11.8 ppg, respectively.
- Martinez also leads the way defensively as the junior center pulls down a league-best 12.8 rpg.
With fourth-place clinched in the GNAC post-season the Rams will host a playoff game inside Regan Gymnasium Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 7 p.m.