WOMEN'S BASKETBALL LOOKING FOR FIRST ROAD WIN AT CENTRAL CONNECTICUT
TONIGHT’S MATCH UP
    Both teams are hoping to start the month of December on a winning note.  New Hampshire hopes to rebound from a loss at home to Providence College while Central Connecticut is still looking for its first win.
    Senior forward Danielle Clark has provided the offense to keep New Hampshire in games with 14.6 ppg.  CCSU’s Babrielli is averaging 13.8 points and 10.4 points a game.

SCOUTING NEW HAMPSHIRE

    New Hampshire  looks to even its record against Central Connecticut.  Senior forward Danielle Clark has been consistant on offense, averaging 14.6 points a game with 5.4 rebounds on defense.  The Wildcats are shooting a healthy .403 (100 of 248) from the field and are shooting 73.9 percent at the free throw line.
   
SCOUTING CENTRAL CONNECTICUT
    The Blue Devils are seeking their first win this season.  They are led in scoring by senior forward Gabrielle Guegbelet with 13.8 points and 10.4 rebounds a game.  Guegbelet registered double-doubles against UW-Milwaukee (11/19) and Virginia Commonwealth (11/10).  Senior guard Brittney Dixon is averaging 11.4 points a game .  Central Connecticut hosts New Hampshire and travels to play at Hofstra on December 6. 

AMERICA EAST PLAYER OF THE NIGHT

    Danielle Clark was selected as the America East Player of the Night on November 28 as she scored 10 points and eclipsed the 1,000 point mark.  Clark is currently fourth in the conference in total offensive scoring.

FOR THE 1000TH TIME
    Senior forward Danielle Clark scored her 1000th career point on a layup against Providence College on November 28.  Clark became the 13th player to do so in Wildcat history and now ranks 12th on the all-time scoring list with 1,003 points.
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