EYES ON THE GAME
BOSTON – Suffolk women's basketball hits the road for a midweek matchup Wednesday, Nov. 20 as it makes the trip to Salve Regina for a 7 p.m. non-conference contest.
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LAST TIME OUT
The Suffolk women's basketball team was edged out by its Boston Commons' neighbor Emerson, 59-53, November 12 at Larry E. and Michael S. Smith Court.
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Suffolk moved to 1-2 on the year after falling to Emerson last week.
Jenni-Rose DiCecco has been the main ingredient for the Rams' 54.7 ppg offense with the junior scoring 16.7 ppg and dishing out 4.7 apg.Gabriella DeComo is also averaging double figures with 10.7 ppg, while Jordan Hipwell is also a consistent contributor with 7.3 ppg.
Suffolk's 37.3 rpg effort is anchored by Alexis Hackett's 9.7 rpg effort. DiCecco and DeComo also pitch in with 5.0 rpg and 3.0 rpg respectively.
Salve Regina remains on the hunt for its first win of 2019-20 as the Seahawks enter Wednesday night, 0-2 on the year. Salve Regina is coming off of a 69-48 setback to the Coast Guard.
Collectively, Salve Regina is putting together just 45.5 ppg with Torie Scorpio (10.5 ppg) and Lauryn Becker (10.0 ppg) pacing the pack.
Scorpio and Becker power the Seahawks on the glass as well, grabbing 5.0 rpg apiece to maintain Salve Regina's 32.0 rpg effort.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- Behind last season's 81-65 victory over the Seahawks, Suffolk climbed within one win of leveling the all-time series, which Salve Regina leads, 5-4.
The Rams will return to Boston Saturday, Nov. 23 for a non-conference clash with Plymouth State. Tip-off is set for 1:00 p.m. at Larry E. and Michael S. Smith Court.