A record-setting day for Drexel Women. The Drexel Women’s Basketball Team trekked to Boston to open a weekend series and set a few records. Drexel (8-4) bested the Northeastern University Huskies (3-7) by a score of 79-64.
A balanced attack led by Hannah Nihill (21 points, 4 assists, 3 steals and 2 helpers) pushed the Dragons to a record-setting afternoon. Buoyed by a 56.6% from the field, Drexel also had season highs with 30 field goals and 24 assists.
Keishana Washington posted 17 points and was complimented by Maura Hendrixson’s 15 and Mariah Leonard who chipped in a dozen. Kendall Currence led the Huskies and all scorers with 23 points.
Drexel ended the first half with a 12 point advantage, 37-29. The Huskies had ball control issues and turned the ball over 18 times. A record-setting day for Drexel Women. For more NCAA basketball coverage click here.