Jan. 6, 2007
Sacred Heart vs. St. Francis (NY) Post Game Notes
Sacred Heart extended their winning streak to 13-straight over the Terriers with Saturday's win. SHU is now 14-8 against St. Francis (NY) all-time and has never lost to the Terriers since joining the Northeast Conference.
St. Francis (NY) junior guard Tiffany Hill became the ninth player in her school's history to reach the 1,000 point plateau Saturday. Hill hit six-of-six at the free throw line but for the first time this season was held without a field goal.
SHU senior Jasmine Walker picked up her third double double of the season and the 19th of her career with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Walker's 20 points were a season-high for the senior forward.
Junior Lisa Moray passed out a career-high seven assists in the win. Moray, the league's leader in assist/turnover ratio, continued to protect the basketball, turning it over just once on Saturday.
As a team, SHU turned the ball over a season-low seven times and just once in the second half. On the opposite end, the Pioneers forced 17 Terrier miscues that they turned into 20 points at the other end.
The Pioneers are 3-0 in NEC play, just the second time since joining the league the have won their first three. Last season they pitched a 9-0 start before their first loss.