Northeastern Game Day Information

Date | Time

 February 2nd | 2 p.m.

Venue (Location/Capacity)

 Cabot Center (Boston/1,800)


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BOSTON - The UNCW women’s basketball team wraps up a two-game road trip Sunday with a 2 p.m. matinee versus Northeastern at the Cabot Center.

Live stats and a free video stream are available for the game and can be accessed by clicking on the respective links at the top of the page.

The Seahawks (3-18; 2-5 CAA) opened their weekend road swing with a 55-43 setback at Hofstra on Friday. Freshman Ryan Flowers matched her season high with 17 points, but the Seahawks shot just 32.5 percent from the field and matched their season high with 26 turnovers. Flowers was the only UNCW player to reach double figures against the Pride as fellow newcomer Naqaiyyah Teague chipped in eight points and added six rebounds.

Three-point shooting has been an area of concern for the Seahawks in recent contests as they have gone just 1-of-23 (.043) from beyond the arc in their last three games, including a 1-for-6 effort from 3-point range in their contest at Hofstra on Friday.

Northeastern (7-12; 1-5 CAA) enters Sunday’s contest looking to halt a five-game losing skid after dropping a 75-64 decision at Delaware on Thursday. Senior forward Jewel Tunstull, a preseason First-Team All-CAA pick, remains the top interior threat in the league as the paces the circuit in rebounding and ranks fifth in the league in scoring (14.4). Junior Amencie Mercier sits second in the league in assists per game (4.4) and has also contributed 8.6 points per game. Senior A’lece Mark, who tallied 21 points in the team’s first meeting this season and leads the team in scoring (18.5), has missed the last three games due to injury. Her status for Sunday’s contest is unknown.

Sunday’s contest marks the 15th meeting between Northeastern and UNCW, all of which have occurred since the Huskies joined the Colonial Athletic Association in 2005. The two teams have split their previous 14 matchups with the Seahawks having won five of the last seven meetings. The Huskies took the first contest of the season series, using a 16-2 run midway through the second half to pull away and record a 64-50 victory at Trask Coliseum on Jan. 9.  

UNCW returns to action Feb. 7 as it completes its season series with Delaware in a 7 p.m. matchup at Trask Coliseum.