WOMEN'S BASKETBALL LOOKS TO REBOUND AGAINST IONA
TONIGHT’S MATCH UP
    New Hampshire comes back to Lundholm following a devastating loss at Army. The Wildcats played well but gave up important turnovers down the stretch. New Hampshire is looking to rebound with a win over the Gaels as it opens a two-game homestand beginning with Iona and finishing with Providence November 28.
    Iona is also looking for a boost after a 75-50 loss at BIG EAST school Seton Hall. The Gaels are looking for junior guard Tiara Headen to continue shooting well put the team over .500 on the season. The Gaels will play New Hampshire and return home to host America East school Stony Brook on November 28.

SCOUTING NEW HAMPSHIRE

    The Wildcats are coming off a tough loss on the road to Army. The Wildcats controlled most of the game and led by as many as 11 points in the first quarter but gave up crucial turnovers down the stretch that resulted in a 54-51 loss via a buzzer beating three-pointer from Army’s leading scorer, Cara Enright.
    Senior forward Danielle Clark is leading New Hampshire in scoring with 14 points a game while senior forward Ray Williams is averaging 7.0 rebounds per game. New Hampshire is currently second in the conference in free throw shooting with .766 accuracy.

SCOUTING IONA

    Head Coach Anthony Bozzella returns for his fifth season at the helm of the Iona Gaels. He is joined by associate head coach Christi Abbate, and assistant coaches Mandy Myers, Jessica DePalo and Brian Lavelle.
    Prior to Bozzella, the Gaels had not registered a winning record since 1982. Last season, they did it with an overall record of 17-12.
    The Gaels are currently led in scoring by junior guard Tiara Headen with a 10-point average per game. Iona is outscored by its opponents 58.8-55.5 but is controlling the boards 46.0-40.0.
Iona looks to increase its presence in the league and take its game to the next level as it climbs the ranks.
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