|Women's Basketball Preview: Northeastern|
WILMINGTON, North Carolina - The UNCW women's basketball team returns home Sunday to host Northeastern in a 2 p.m. Colonial Athletic Association matinee at Trask Coliseum.
Sunday's contest will serve as senior day, with the program recognizing senior student-athletes Karneshia Garrett, Tawanna Lee and Chelsea McGowen prior to the start of the contest.
UNCW dropped to 3-21 overall and 2-11 in CAA play with a 59-47 setback at Drexel on Tuesday.
Series Notes Versus Northeastern
The Seahawks are 53-0 since the start of the 2002-03 campaign when limiting the opposition to 50 points or less.
UNCW is 70-8 (.897) since the start of the 2000-01 campaign when it scores 70 or more points in a contest.
Getting Off To a Good Start important for UNCW
The Seahawks are 68-23 (.747) since the start of the 2007-08 season when leading at halftime.
UNCW has benefitted from building big leads in recent years as it is a combined 69-8 (.896) since the start of the 2007-08 season when it holds a lead of 10 points or more during a contest.
According to research conducted by the athletic communications department at St. John's University, UNCW Head Coach Adell Harris is one of the youngest Division I head coaches in the country.
Freeman, Lee Making Their Way Up School's Three-Point Chart
Senior Tawanna Lee and redshirt junior Jessica Freeman are both making their way up the school's career three-point field goals made chart.
Hail To the Thief
Junior guard Jessica Freeman recently moved into the top 10 of the program's career steals chart.
The 20-20 Club
Senior Karneshia Garrett joined an exclusive club with her performance against Georgia State on Feb. 17.
Garrett Eyes Entry Onto Single-Season Rebounding Chart
Senior Karneshia Garrett enters today's contest looking to gain entry onto the program's single season rebounding chart.
Garrett Receives CAA Honor
UNCW senior forward Karneshia Garrett was named CAA Co-Player-of-the-Week on Feb. 18.
Harris, McGowen Reunited
When UNCW Head Coach Adell Harris took over the Seahawks program last May, she was already familiar with one player on her new roster from her time at Tusculum College.
UNCW returns to the
road Thursday as it travels to Fairfax, Va., to complete its season series with
George Mason in a 7 p.m. contest at the Patriot Center.