The University at Albany women's basketball team has concluded its home schedule for the 2017-18 regular season and will finish with two games on the road before the America East Tournament. The first of the two games will be played Thursday evening at Binghamton.
The UAlbany women's basketball team rode a big first quarter to defeat UMBC 79-44 on Senior Day.
The University at Albany women's basketball team will host its final 2017-18 regular-season home game on Saturday when UMBC visits SEFCU Arena. After the game, the team will conduct a short ceremony recognizing the three seniors on this year's roster: Bose Aiyalogbe, Tiana-Jo Carter, and Jessica Féquière.
UAlbany pulls away from Hartford in the second half, defeating the Hawks 66-53 to match last season's win total of 21.
After starting the conference schedule 8-1, the University at Albany women's basketball team has dropped two of its last three, and will look to right the ship on Sunday when team hosts Hartford.
Trailing big at the half, the UAlbany women's basketball team's comeback at Vermont fell just short, falling 62-57 in Burlington.
Just four games ago, the University at Albany women's basketball team hosted Vermont on January 24 for Commitment to Education Day. The Great Danes defeated the Catamounts by 12 points. Thursday, the team will visit Burlington to play Vermont again, in the shortest turnaround with a single opponent this regular season (15 days).
UAlbany women's basketball earns 20th win of the season, defeating UMass Lowell 93-60 behind Tiana-Jo Carter's perfect night.
The University at Albany saw their eight-game winning streak snapped Saturday at New Hampshire, but there will be no time to dwell on the loss as the Great Danes face a quick turnaround before hosting UMass Lowell on Monday at SEFCU Arena.
Mackenzie Trpcic records a career-high 13 assists but UAlbany sees its eight-game winning streak snapped at New Hampshire.
On February 11, the University at Albany women's basketball team will host Hartford at SEFCU Arena at 2:00 p.m. The game is the centerpiece of the University's celebration of National Girls and & Women in Sports Day in partnership with the American Cancer Society.
Winners of eight straight, the University at Albany women's basketball team will visit preseason conference favorite New Hampshire on Saturday in the team's first game following their bye.