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Women’s Basketball Look To Get Back On Track Against Babson & Springfield

Women’s Basketball Look To Get Back On Track Against Babson & Springfield


Overall Record: 11-6, 2-1 NEWMAC

Scoreboard: Emerson 97, Mount Holyoke 31 l January 22nd
Coast Guard 79, Emerson 70 | January 25

Schedule: Wednesday, January 29 vs. Babson*, 7:00pm
Saturday, February 1 vs. MIT*, 1:00 p.m. 

BOSTON, Mass. – After traveling to take on the Coast Guard Bears on Saturday, the Emerson Lions' Women's Basketball Team returns home for a pair of conference tilts against the Babson Beavers and MIT Engineers in the upcoming week.


  • Emerson went 1-1 on the week, taking the victory in a home matchup against the Mount Holyoke Lyons and falling on the rod to the Coast Guard Bears.
  • Against Mount Holyoke, Emerson jumped out early and controlled the game throughout, led by 20 points from Natalie Clydesdale and 16 points off the bench from Chloe Allen.
  • The Lions went on the road to New London, Conn. on Saturday afternoon, falling to the Coast Guard Bears 79-70, with four starters scoring in double figures.  Rachel Davey (20) led the way, followed by Natalie Clydesdale (16), Kate Foultz (15), and Quinn Madden (13).



  • Babson enters the week with a 9-7 record and a 2-0 record in the NEWMAC.
  • Emerson and Babson split the season series, with each team winning their home contest.
  • Beaver Leaders
    • Emily Bonifacic – 18.6 Points Per Game ; 9.0 Rebounds Per Game
    • Megan Bauman – 12.2 Points Per Game ; 23 Assists
    • Katherine Tamulionis – 10.7 Points Per Game ; 21 Assists


  • Springfield enters the week with a 12-6 record and are 3-0 in the NEWMAC.
    • The Pride welcome Clark to their home floor on Wednesday before playing Emerson on Saturday.
  • Springfield and Emerson split the season series last year, with both teams winning their home matchup, including at 89-84 triple overtime thriller victory for the Lions.
  • Pride Leaders
    • Alex Goslin – 15.2 Points Per Game ; 3.4 Assists Per Game ; 2.1 Steals Per Game
    • Emily Jacques – 13.1 Points Per Game ; 5.3 Rebounds per Game ; 1.5 Blocks Per Game
    • Same Hourihan – 9.1 Points Per Game ; 8.9 Rebounds Per Game ; 1.7 Blocks Per Game