Feb. 23, 2007
Sacred Heart vs. Monmouth Post Game Notes
The Pioneers have won four-straight in the series dating back to the 2004-05 season and improve their series lead to 9-6 all-time. SHU is now 5-3 in Boylan Gymnasium since joining the NEC in 1999-01.
Monday's game was broadcast live on Fox Sports-NY, the only time SHU appeared on television during the regular season this year.
Senior Amanda Pape posted her fourth-straight double double, the longest such streak in her career. Pape poured in 21 points with 10 rebounds, her fourth straight game over 20 points and the eighth in her last 10 games. It was Pape's 26th career double double.
For her efforts, Pape was named the NEC Player of the Game and was featured in a post game segment on the air with commentators Paul Dattino and Terry O'Connor.
After just missing a double dip last game that would have matched Pape, senior Jasmine Walker finished with 18 points and 14 rebounds. It was the third straight game and the fourth in the last five she has had 14 boards.
Junior Lisa Moray knocked down three more treys Friday night and in the process tied the school record for three-point field goals in a season with 63. Maureen Delaney hit 63 during the 1995-96 campaign. She has 127 for her career, putting her 8th all-time.