Jan. 20, 2007
Sacred Heart vs. Saint Francis (PA) Post Game Notes
The Red Flash snapped a three-game losing streak to the Pioneers with Saturday's win and now leads the all-time series, 7-6. Saint Francis (PA) is the only NEC school the Pioneers do not have a winning record against all-time.
The loss snaps SHU's five-game winning streak and a 13-game winning streak against NEC opponents.
The Pioneers were outrebounded 43-36 in the loss. SHU is 6-6 in games when they are out rebounded. The Red Flash pulled down 19 on the offensive end, leading to 18 second chance points.
Senior Jasmine Walker recorded her fourth double double this season and the 20th of her career with 18 points and 14 rebounds. Walker has nine games this season with double digit rebounds.
Sophomore Kaitlin Sowinski tied a Division I school record Saturday with seven blocked shots, a career-high. Her seven blocks ties the mark set by Colleen Duggan (2001-05) against Lafayette (W, 75-70) on November 26, 2002.
Sophomore Katie Brown blocked two shots of her own to give the Pioneers nine total swats, a season-high team mark.
Senior Amanda Pape fouled out of just her second career game on Saturday and her first since her freshman season. Pape had five fouls on February 14, 2004 at Long Island (L, 62-57). Pape finished with 18 points before leaving the game in the final seconds.
Pape's 18 points gives her 1,011 career points in Northeast Conference games. Pape has played in 61 career conference games with 60 starts.
Pape finished two-of-four at the free throw line and now holds the school record for career free throws with 514.
Junior Lisa Moray buried five-of-seven from behind the arc for the second-straight game in netting 17 in the loss. In two games this week, Moray is 10-of-14 from three-point range.