RIVERDALE, N.Y.- The Sacred Heart University Women's Basketball team defeated Manhattan by a final score of 74-46. Graduate student Katherine Haines led the way with 19 points and 10 boards earning a double-double while Adrianne Hagood was right behind with 17 points going 6-12 from the field and 1-2 from beyond the arc. The team returns to action on Thursday Dec. 20 when the Pioneers return home to host Saint Joseph's for an early 11:00 a.m. tip.
Graduate student Katherine Haines would lead the way with 19 points while sophomore guard Adrianne Hagood was right behind with 17. Haines had 10 boards while shooting 8-12 from the field and 2-3 from the free-throw line.
- The Pioneers would out rebound the Jaspers 9-7 which would help keep the Pioneers ahead 18-7 at the end of one.
- Graduate student Katherine Haines went 3-3 from the field while going 1-1 from beyond the arc for seven points.
- At the end of the first quarter the Pios went on a 5-0 run to end the quarter. A pair of baskets by graduate Erin Storck and Asia McCray contributed the points on the run.
- At one point in the first quarter the Pioneers defense held the Jaspers to zero points for four straight minutes.
- The Pios were more accurate than the Jaspers from the field going 7-11 while Manhattan just went 3-14.
- The Pioneers would keep up the momentum heading into the second quarter as SHU would tally 16 more points while holding the Jaspers to just 14 in the quarter.
- SHU would hold the lead for the entire 10 minutes of the quarter while shooting 7-13 from the field and 2-5 from three point land.
- The second quarter would be all about Adrianne Hagood as she made four consecutive baskets for the Pioneers racking up 10 points just in the second quarter to help put Pioneers ahead 34-21 at the end of the first half.
- Both teams would hit a road bump as both sides only tallied 12 points from the field as SHU went 6-15 while Manhattan was held to 6-13.
- Haines would tally four points in the quarter boosting her total to 13 on the day.
- The Pioneers would be out rebounded in the third five to nine but were able to score the same amount of points to keep SHU ahead 50-37
- SHU would rack up a total of 24 points in the final quarter as they went 7-11 from the field and 10-12 from the free throw line.
- The Pioneers would tally nine rebounds in the fourth which helped SHU prevail over the Japsers 74-46.
- At the end of the day graduate student Katherine Haines would lead the way with 19 points while Adrianne Hagood was right behind with 17.
- Erin Strock tallied 14 points while going 5-8 from the field and 4-6 from the free throw line.
- Allyson Murphy also had a good day tallying 10 with four boards and going 4-7 from the field.