BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – The Concordia College New York women's basketball team travels to Philadelphia, Pa. for the second-straight weekend on Saturday, Feb. 2 to take on Holy Family University in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) play at 1 p.m.
Match Information: Holy Family
Date: Saturday, February 2, 2019 | 1:00 p.m.
Location: Philadelphia, Pa. | Campus Center Gym
All-Time Series: Holy Family leads 8-1
Last Time: Concordia, 72-65 (Feb. 17, 2019)
Media Coverage: Live Stats | Live Video
About the Clippers
Concordia (4-16, 2-9 CACC) hits the road after falling against Bloomfield College inside the Meyer Athletic Center 70-62 on Wednesday, Jan. 30 The Clippers average 59.6 points on a .353 field goal percentage with 35.3 rebounds, 13.9 assists, 8.2 steals and 2.2 blocks.
Sophomore guard Cameron Corbett (Staten Island, N.Y.) leads a trio of Clippers that average double-digit scoring with 13.7 points, adding 3.3 assists per game that ties for 10th in the league and second on the team behind sophomore guard Saundra Cleckley (Queens, N.Y.) who re-enters the top-10 with the eighth-highest rate at 3.4 after matching her career-high against Bloomfield. Junior guard Nicole Nicholson (Staten Island, N.Y.) sparks the defense behind 2.0 steals, the ninth-best average in the league, on top of 10.6 points while sophomore forward Sabrina Clement (Queens, N.Y.) pulls down a team-best 7.1 rebounds that ranks ninth and leads the CACC with 9.7 boards per conference game. Junior center Amiya Rankins (Somerset, N.J.) records a team-best 0.8 blocks per game to go with 10.6 points while her 22.7 points per 40 minute average ranks fourth in the conference.
About the Tigers
Holy Family (6-11, 4-5 CACC) hosts the Clippers after a 66-59 setback against Dominican College (N.Y.) on Sunday, Jan. 27. The Tigers average 62.4 points on a .333 field goal percentage with 32.6 rebounds, 13.1 assists, 8.0 steals and 1.5 blocks.
Molly Masciantonio masterminds the Tigers' offense with 14.0 points and 3.3 assists, both tying for 10th in the CACC, while pacing the defense behind 2.1 steals that ranks eighth in the league and pulling down a team-high 5.6 boards.
The women's basketball team returns to Philadelphia on Saturday, Feb. 9 to take on nationally-ranked University of the Sciences in a 1 p.m. contest.