William & Mary Game Day Information

Date | Time

 February 16th | 2 p.m.

Venue (Location/Capacity)

 Kaplan Arena (Williamsburg, Va./8,600)

Tickets

 Willam & Mary Ticket Office

Online

 Live Stats | Streaming Video

Social Media

 Facebook ( UNCWsports.com) Twitter (Team | UNCWAthletics)

UNCW Team Information

 Team Site | Game Notes | Records Book

W&M Team Information

 Team site | Game Notes | Records Book

WILMINGTON, North Carolina - The UNCW women’s basketball team concludes its Virginia road swing Sunday with a 2 p.m. matinee against long-time foe William & Mary.

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

The Seahawks (3-22: 2-9 CAA) enter Sunday’s contest looking to halt a losing skid that reached six games with a 92-43 setback at league-leading James Madison Friday. Junior Kelva Atkins scored 16 points and freshman Brie Mobley added 13, but the Dukes used a balanced attack that saw six players reach double figures to cruise to a sweep of the season series.

William & Mary (5-17; 2-8 CAA) also enters Sunday’s matchup attempted to halt a losing skid that sits at three games following a 79-58 setback at Northeastern on Thursday. Rookie-of-the-Year candidate Marlena Tremba paces a balanced Tribe attack that features four players in double figures with a 13.3 scoring average. Senior Kaitlyn Mathieu is second on the team in scoring (12.4) and also paces William & Mary’s rebounding efforts with 7.6 caroms per contest. Juniors Jazmin Boone (2.5) and Kyra Kirstetter (2.2) rank 1-2 in the league in steals per game to pace a Tribe lineup that leads the circuit in steals per game (10.4).

Sunday’s game marks the 62nd meeting between UNCW and William & Mary in a series that dates back to the 1981-82 season. The Tribe holds a 31-30 edge in the series, but the Seahawks have won nine of the last 10 meetings, including a 60-59 victory at Trask Coliseum on Jan. 23. 

UNCW’s 61 previous contests against William & Mary represent the third highest number of contests against an opponent in program history. In fact, the Tribe is just one of four programs (George Mason (64) James Madison (62), and East Carolina (54)) that the Seahawks have played on more than 50 occasions during their 41-year history.

UNCW returns to action Thursday when it welcomes Colonial Athletic Association newcomer College of Charleston to Trask Coliseum for a 7 p.m. contest.