The TCNJ women’s basketball team looks to get back on track Thursday night.
The Lions lost their final game of the 2012 year in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. They lost to host York College, and snapped their seven game win streak.
The Lions and Delaware Valley College are no stranger to each other. This is their third meeting in the past three years.
Last year, the two teams played at Packer Hall in Ewing. In that game, the Lions won 74-61 over the Aggies.
They also beat the Aggies in the Elizabethtown Blue Jay Classic in December 2010. The Lions won that game 65-55.
The Lions will look to win their third straight game against Delaware Valley College. Yet, they are coming into the game with a 1-game losing streak.
The Aggies are coming into the game on a two game win streak. Yet, they haven’t played since December 17th.
On December 17th, the Aggies won 49-37 over Cabrini College. Two days earlier on December 15th, the Aggies beat Eastern Mennonite University at home. They won that game 68-63.
This is the final home game for the Aggies, before heading on the road. This will be their seventh straight game at home since December 1st. In the month at home, they are 3-3.
On the season, they are 4-3 at home. The Lions come into the game at 3-2 on the road.
All of the Aggies have won all of their games on their home court, and are 4-6 on the year. TCNJ comes into the game with an 8-3 mark.
The Aggies have playing an New Jersey Athletic Conference opponent for the second time this season when they face the Lions. So far, they are 1-0 against the NJAC.
On November 26th, Delaware Valley College defeated Rowan University at James Work Gymnasium. The Aggies won 63-51 in that game.
Against the Profs, Eireann Anastasi had a game-high 18 points.
The Lions have also faced Rowan this season. They will face Rowan again on February 6th, as they go for a perfect 2-0 record against the Profs.
In the December 12th game, the Lions beat Rowan at Packer Hall. The Lions won that game by the score of 70-41.
Liz West had a game-high 12 points for the Lions against the Profs. Candace Vigo, Tiffany DeTulio, and Kelly Roddy also had 7 points apiece.
The aforementioned Anastasi leads the Aggies in scoring with 14.8 points per game. She is followed by Brenna Coll, who is averaging 13.2 points per game. Emily Soper is also averaging 13 points per game.
The Lions leading scorer is Kelly Roddy, who is averaging 8.2 points per game. She is followed by Kelly Coughlin, who is averaging 8.1 points per game.