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Women's Basketball Travels to Saint Peter's for the Final Regular Season Game on Sunday

Feb. 24, 2007

Baltimore, Md. - Sunday the Greyhounds visit Saint Peter's for the final game of the regular season. Loyola (16-11, 11-6 MAAC) is looking to finish the season with a win over the Peahens (11-16, 7-10).

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ABOUT THE `HOUNDS
Jill Glessner continues to lead Loyola in scoring with 14.6 points per game. She also leads in assists with 2.9 a game, is second in steals with an average of 1.5 and third in rebounds at 5.5. Vika Sholokhova is second in scoring with 11.8 points per game while leading in rebounds with 7.6 a game. Brittany Dunn is third in scoring, just short of 10 points a game, at 9.9 points and is first in steals with an average of 1.9 a game and is second in assists with 2.7 a game. Meghan Wood rounds out the top scorers with 9.1 points per game while coming in second in rebounds, averaging 6.7 boards a game. The remaining Greyhounds range between six and 1.2 points per game.

SCOUTING THE PEAHENS
Tania Kennedy leads Saint Peter's in scoring with 13.9 points per game while leading the team in steals with 1.8 an outing. Following Kennedy in the scoring column is Lama Reke with 10.7 points per game. She leads in rebounds with six a game and is tied for second in steals with an average of 1.6 a game. Elyse Siciliano is third in scoring with ten points a game and comes in second in rebounds with 5.6 a game. Johnell Burts rounds out the top scorers with 8.7 points per game. She is third in rebounds at 4.3 a game while leading in assists with an average of 5.9 an outing. She ties Kennedy in steals with 1.6 a game. The remaining Peahens range in scoring between 6.9 and zero points per game.

SERIES RECORD VS. SAINT PETER'S
Series Record:
12-33
Current Streak: Loyola +1
The Peahens lead the series with Loyola 12-33, dating back to the 1980-81 season. SPC won the first 10 outings in the series. The Greyhounds are 9-11 at home against the peahens and just 1-16 on the road. The only win in Jersey City came during the 1993-94 season.