CUA Hoops: Catholic Women’s Basketball v. Juniata

WASHINGTON – The CUA women's basketball team welcomes the Eagles of Juniata for a mid-week Landmark Conference matchup on Wednesday, Jan. 15.  Tip-off is slated for 7 p.m. at the DuFour Athletic Center.

Catholic

Head Coach: Matt Donohue (6th Year)

Location: Washington, D.C.

Conference: Landmark Conference

Record: 9-3 (2-0)

Last Game: 1/11/14 at Merchant Marine, W 63-53

Team Leaders

Points: 15.1 - Emily Grabiak (166)

Rebounds: 8.2 - Emily Grabiak (90)

Assists: 5.1 - Emily Grabiak (56)

Steals: 2.5 - Emily Grabiak (28)

Blocks: 0.4 - Launi/Migash (4)

FG %: 58.7 - Melissa Errico (44-75)

3FG%: 38.5 - Bernadette Launi (5-13)

FT%: 82.4 - Emily Grabiak (42-51)

• Emily Grabiak was named the Landmark Conference Player of the Week on back-to-back weeks (1/6, after posting a double-double and hitting the game-winner against King's (Pa.), then scoring 22 points against Regis (Mass.); and on 1/13 by averaging 23.5 points, 6.5 rebounds, 6.0 steals and 3.5 assists)

Bridget Power scored a career-high 12 points at Merchant Marine, and also recorded 3 steals

Juniata

Head Coach: Danny Young-Ulrich (11th Year)

Location: Huntingdon, Pa.

Conference: Landmark Conference

Record: 7-6 (0-2)

Last Game: 1/11/14 at Scranton, L 75-57

Team Leaders

Points: 18.5 - Kate McDonald (241)

Rebounds: 11.8 - Kate McDonald (153)

Assists: 4.2 - Jordan Hileman (54)

Steals: 3.8 - Kate McDonald (50)

Blocks: 1.0 - Kate McDonald (13)

FG %: 52.2 - Kate McDonald (95-182)

3FG%: 41.7 - Katy Leamer (10-24)

FT%: 100.0 - Olivia Halfpenny (12-12)

• Kate McDonald is averaging 18.5 points and 11.8 rebounds per game, she had recorded a double-double in 10 of the team's 13 games 

• Jordan Hileman's 82.9% free throw accuracy is fourth-best in the conference

• As a team, Juniata leads the conference with 16.6 assists per game, they are also the best shooting team, hitting 44.1% from the floor

 -CUA-

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