Women's Basketball Wraps Up Road Swing at Colgate
LIONS WRAP UP ROAD SWING AT COLGATE
Columbia women's basketball heads to Colgate to play the final game of a three game road swing on Tuesday night at 7 p.m.
LAST TIME OUT
Sophomore Caitlin Unsworth posted a career-high 16 points but it would not be enough as the Columbia women's basketball team fell to Bryant, 68-54, in nonleague action Saturday afternoon at the Chace Athletic Center.
Columbia (1-6) came out strong in the first half to finish with a 22-22 tie at the break, but Bryant (2-4) pulled away in the second half to even the series in what was just the second meeting between the teams.
Unsworth, who checked off another career high with four three-pointers, went a perfect 4 of 4 from the line while adding two assists and a steal in just 18 minutes of action. Senior Courtney Bradford pulled down eight of Columbia's 26 rebounds as Bryant outrebounded the Lions by a +21 margin.
ALL-TIME SERIES VS. COLGATE
Columbia, looking for its third straight victory over Colgate, leads the all-time series, 4-2, as the teams meet for the seventh time tonight. The last time the Lions and Raiders faced was back in 2002-03, when Columbia grabbed a 78-63 victory.
SCOUTING THE RAIDERS
Currently on a three-game losing skid, the Raiders wrapped up a five-game road swing last Saturday by dropping a 59-53 decision at Sacred Heart. Missy Repoli leads the way for Colgate with 9.6 points per game. Jhazmine Lynch is the team's second leading scorer, averaging 8.1 points per game behind a 93.8 percentage (15 of 16) from the charity stripe. Defensively, Josie Stockill has a team-best 6.0 boars per game, while Lynch is averaging 1.57 steals.
ON THE AIR
All home women’s basketball contests can be seen and heard live via webcast on gocolumbialions.com. In tonight’s contest at Colgate, play-by-play announcer Lance Medow will be calling all the action. Medow, who has done work for MLB.com, giants.com, Sirius XM Satellite Radio and MTV Networks, is in his seventh season as the play-by-play personality for Columbia women’s basketball games.