College of St. Joseph's women's basketball team plays Vermont Technical College in Randolph, Vt. on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 2pm.
The Knights are 5-3 on the year before a Saturday contest against Unity College. VTC and CSJ have played two common opponents in Northern Vermont University (NVU)- Johnson and NVU - Lyndon. Vermont Tech beat Johnson 81-72 on Nov. 8. Jordanna Morris dropped 38 points and had 12 rebounds, eight steals and three assists. Gabrielle Norwood scored 17 points and had seven rebounds off the bench for the Knights.
VTC fell to NVU-Lyndon 59-53 on Nov. 10. The Hornets outscored the Knights in the last two quarters to take the win. Morris had 22 points, 18 rebounds and five assists in the loss. Norwood had 14 points, seven rebounds.
The Fighting Saints also beat Johnson and lost to Lyndon. The Saints won 68-62 over Johnson on Nov. 10. NaKeeya Goodman-Boddie and Daija Black both dropped 23 points for the Fighting Saints. Goodman-Boddie also had four rebounds, three assists and three steals and Black had four rebounds, two steals. On Nov. 8, Lyndon took down CSJ 79-69 after outscoring the Saints 34-24 in the fourth quarter. Madison Akins had 20 points in the loss and Goodman-Boddie recorded 15 rebounds, 10 points.
CSJ looks to carry the momentum of a win into Tuesday night's (Dec. 4) home contest against Word of Life at 5pm.