With a strong fourth quarter finish, the Wilmington University women’s basketball team defeated Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference South Division foe Bloomfield, 75-67 Saturday afternoon at Bloomfield Gym.
A second half run by Georgian Court halted the Wilmington University women’s basketball team’s halftime lead as the Lions took the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference South Division matchup, 84-57, Wednesday night at the WU Athletics Complex.
For the first time in her career, women’s basketball’s freshman guard Kiara Eubanks was named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Rookie of the Week for her performances against Dominican and Felician last week.
The Wilmington University women’s basketball team found itself in an all too familiar situation in the fourth quarter, but this time completed the late game comeback at Felician, forcing an overtime period before racing past the Golden Falcons, 90-79, in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference action in Job Gym.
Down by as many as 18 points in the first half, the Wilmington University women’s basketball team battled back to tie the game in the fourth, but couldn’t overtake Dominican, falling 74-68, to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference North Division leaders on Thursday night at the WU Athletics Complex.
The Wilmington University women’s basketball team snapped a five-game losing streak on Saturday, defeating Caldwell, 75-70, in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference cross-divisional contest at the WU Athletics Complex.
#wilmYOUmatter; Athletics to Hold Mental Health Awareness Day at Basketball Doubleheader on Saturday
The 14 member schools of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) will help to conduct a Mental Health Awareness Week at upcoming home basketball doubleheaders from Jan. 30 through Feb. 9, with an aim at breaking the stigma and letting individuals know it is okay to discuss mental struggles they are dealing with.
Playing its highest ranked opponent in program history, the Wilmington University women’s basketball team couldn’t keep up with nationally No. 2 Jefferson in a 77-56 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference loss inside the Gallagher Center on Wednesday night.
Trailing by 18 points with four minutes left to play in the game, the Wilmington University women’s basketball team brought it to less than three points in the final seconds, but the Post University Eagles hung on to take the win, 78-73, in a cross-divisional Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference matchup at the Drubner Center Saturday afternoon.