Hoboken, New Jersey (February 1, 2023) – 1st year Sofia Vica No. 19 Stevens Institute of Technology women’s basketball scored a career-high 14 points in a 73-46 win over FDU-Froham in the MAC Freedom game Wednesday night at Canavan Arena.
1st year Isabella Duvall Combined career-high with 10 points and junior Anika Damera The Ducks added a season-high 11 points, improving to 18-3 this year and 11-1 in the league to clinch their third consecutive title. The Ducks are still deadlocked, with No. 9/8 Desales leading the conference standings, and Wednesday’s win secured him a postseason spot for the second year in a row.
Abigail Rodriguez finished with a game-high 26 points and played all 40 minutes, while Whitney Siposh finished one point behind a double-double with 9 points and 10 boards. 0-12 in the league match. Stevens has won the last 10 meetings between teams.
Vika scored 10 of 14 points in the first half. The Northport, New York native shot his 4-for-6 in the first half and added his two free throws to score a total of 10 points in his first two quarters. In total, the first-year guard shot 50% of his from the floor and his 7-for-4 from the line, easily surpassing his previous career high.
Bika was one of 12 players to win at least one basket as every player who entered the contest found a score sheet.Each of his four starters in the ducks he scored two points, but sophomore Lucy Alberici I had six.
The Ducks wasted little time in dominating the game, scoring the first 12 points of the game before FDU finally got on the board with a Shyposh layup.Stevens started the game in a stretch that saw the home team convert seven of their eight shots to take a 17-2 lead after three fast runs from the first year. bottom Olivia Schbiger.
The Ducks shot nearly 50% from the field in the first quarter to build a commanding 23-point lead. Conversely, the Ducks held the Devils to his single digits in both the first and second quarters, giving him a 27-point lead at intermission.
- Stevens finished with a 60-35 edge on rebounds, including a 32-10 margin on the offensive grass. The advantage on the offensive board led to a 14-6 advantage in Second Chance Points for the Ducks.
- The 32 offensive rebounds are the most since at least 2010.
- The Ducks recorded a season-low six turnovers.
- Damera finished with a game-high three steals.
- Senior Kaitlyn Rothwell He blocked two shots and had a career-high nine rebounds. 1st year Dorothy Lofredo Matched Rothwell with a career-best nine boards.
- Junior Elissa Nsenkiele Joining Schwiger, he led the team with three assists.
- Duval was perfect 4-4 from the line.
- 4 types of ducks: Nsenkyire, Damera, Alberici, Graduate Amber Pollet Achieved a Game High of +15.
- Women’s basketball returns to Canavan Arena on February 1 for a MAC Freedom matchup against FDU-Florham.
- The Ducks have won their last nine meetings, beating the Devils 88-35 on December 7.
- Live stats and links to videos are posted on StevensDucks.com.
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