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TONIGHT’S MATCH UP
Both teams hope to continue their win streaks. New Hampshire is looking to improve upon its performance against Wagner and win its first game on the road this season.
Army hopes to continue its offensive play and continue to keep its opponent from taking good shots.
SCOUTING NEW HAMPSHIRE
New Hampshire enjoyed a boost to its offense as it scored 80 points against Wagner College. The Wildcats featured five players who scored in double figures against the Seahawks.
The Wildcats improved their shooting and rebouding as they are shooting .336 from the floor and are outrebouding their opponents 40.5-36.5.
Senior forward Danielle Clark leads the team in scoring with 14.0 points a game. Senior forward Ray Williams is second with 12.0 ppg. and is also providing solid defense with 7.5 rebounds per game and one block on the season.
Head coach Dave Magarity begins his first season at the helm of the Black Knights. With Margarity as the associate head coach to first-year head coach Maggie Dixon, Army made a trip to the NCAA Tournament last year.
The Black Knights return home from a two-game sweep of Brown University and St. John’s. Army started the season with a 77-41 loss at Ohio State on November 12 but has won its last three games.
Army is currently led in scoring by Cara Enright, who is averaging 20.5 points a game. Megan Evans has been a fixture on the boards, pulling down 8.3 rebounds a game.
Army is outscoring its opponents 65.0-57-2 and is outrebounding 36.2-34.5.
The Black Knights open a two-game homestand beginning with New Hampshire and will wrap it up against Troy on November 24.
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Tonight’s game against Army marks the first meeting between the two games in both programs’ history. New Hampshire will also play Patriot League member, Colgate, on December 9 at Lundholm.
America East Player of the Night
Danielle Clark was selected as the America East Player of the Night on November 17 as she had 17 points and nine rebounds for New Hampshire to defeat Wagner College, 80-70.
Senior forward Danielle Clark is 42 points away from eclipsing the 1000-point mark (958). Currently, she ranks 13th all time on the Wildcat points leader board.
Clark played in all 28 games last season and averaged 15 points per game last season. She is currently seventh all-time in made three-pointers with 90.