WBB: Wildcats Earn a Convincing Win Over Morrisville State at Home.

Photo Credit: Cottonwood Studios (cottonwoodstudioscny.com)
Photo Credit: Cottonwood Studios (cottonwoodstudioscny.com)

MARCY, N.Y. - The SUNY Poly women's basketball team improved their season record to 7-7 on Saturday with a big win over Morrisville 80-54. The Wildcats came out of the gate hot, scoring 10 unanswered points in the first four minutes of the game. The Wildcats would build their lead to a high point of 26 points in the fourth quarter en route to their fifth consecutive conference win.



  • The Wildcats shot a solid 50.8% from the field in the game and held the Mustangs to 31%.
  • The Wildcats held a 22 rebound edge in the game and had 17 offensive rebounds.
  • SUNY Poly had a season-high 21 assists as a team in the game, surpassing their prior season-high of 18.
  • Molly Burdick (Johnson City, N.Y.) led the way for the Wildcats. She scored a game-high 27 points and had a game-high 13 rebounds for her fifth double-double of the season. Burdick also had a season-high six steals and three assists in the win.
  • Kiersten Leos (North Bay, N.Y.) continued her recent hot streak with a 22 point five-assist performance. Leos hit a season-high five three-pointers and shot 71% from three-point range.
  • Jaida Washington (Elmira, N.Y.) had 14 points, seven rebounds, two blocks, and a steal for the Wildcats.
  • Rachel Vieira had a team-high 17 points for Morrisville. She also had two assists and three steals.
  • Alexis Campbell scored 11 points and had two steals for the Mustangs.



The Wildcats will hit the road for another NEAC North Division matchup with the Cobleskill Fighting Tigers on Wednesday, January 22nd. The Fighting Tigers are 8-6 this season with a 3-2 NEAC record. The game is scheduled for a 7:00 PM tip-off.




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