Blue Devils Continue on the Road to Robert Morris

Blue Devils Continue on the Road to Robert Morris

The Central Connecticut women's basketball team continues on the road to Moon Township, PA to take on the Colonials of Robert Morris. RMU sits at a perfect 10-0 in the Northeast Conference, setting a new school record for the best NEC start. Isabella Posset made a break away layup with 38 seconds remaining to help lift Robert Morris past Bryant 59-56 on Saturday. The team forced 23 turnovers and had 11 steals against the Bulldogs. Bryant and Mount St. Mary's are both 4-6 in league play, as Central sits at 3-7 in eighth place.

The Blue Devils dropped a 83-68 decision to Saint Francis U Saturday. A late run by the Red Flash put them up 16 with 8:11 to play and despite a late push by Central, the double-digit deficit was too much to overcome. Senior Andi Lydon led the team with a season-high 17 points, seven rebounds, and four assists. Classmate Kiana Patterson posted 15 points giving her 1,299 career points, making her the fourth all-time leading scorer for women's basketball at Central Connecticut. Sophomore Ashley Forker added in a career-high seven assists.

GAMEDAY INFORMATION

Central Connecticut (6-14, 3-7 NEC) at Robert Morris (13-8, 10-0 NEC)

Monday | February 11 | 7 PM

North Athletic Complex | Moon Township, PA

Video | Live Stats | @KizerBlueDevil (In-game tweets)

GAMENOTES | CCSU

Series History • Robert Morris holds a 27-13 advantage in the overall series against Central Connecticut. CCSU is just 2-19 when playing in Moon Township and hasn't won a contest in this gym since Jan. 26, 2002. RMU has won the last eight match-ups against the Blue Devils.

Last Time vs. Robert Morris • CCSU fell to Robert Morris 64-57 earlier this season on Jan. 21 inside Detrick Gymnasium in New Britain, CT. Ashley Berube recorded a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. The teams tied the second half scoring 34 points each, but RMU shot 43.8 percent from three-point range and forced 18 CCSU turnovers giving them slight advantage.

With a Win Today • Central would give Robert Morris its first loss in league play...CCSU would earn its fourth NEC win putting them at 4-7 in conference giving them a chance to move to seventh place in the league standings...Central would improve to 7-14 on the season and 3-9 on the road...It would be the first win against Robert Morris since Jan. 25, 2016 and the first win in the Moon Township since Jan. 26, 2002.

Up Next • Central continues on the road to Wagner on Feb. 16 and closes out the four-game road tilt at St. Francis Brooklyn on Feb. 18. CCSU is back at home against in state rival Sacred Heart on Feb. 23.