Rodriguez Sets Program’s Single-Game Assists Record, Top 10 All-time in D3 as Women’s Basketball Routs CCNY 120-26

Jersey City, NJ – The New Jersey City University women’s basketball team looked near flawless in their subsequent no-conference victory over City College of New York Monday night, December 6, at Coach Charlie Brown’s court in the friendly frontiers of John J. Moore Athletics and Fitness Center (JMAC). The Gothic Knights outnumbered CCNY 120-26—the second-most points in a game in the program’s history—while a sophomore. Damaris Rodriguez (Secaucus, NJ/Sequocos) He set the program’s record for single-game assists (18), which places her in the top ten all-time division III assists scoring record in a single game – she tied for fourth overall.

NJCU (3-0) started really fast against the Beavers (0-3) and jumped to 25 points, 38-13 ahead after the first quarter of play. Carpentry Lanny Fox (Parkland, FL / Cardinal Gibbons) I got the hot hand early, going 3 for 4 from long range and 4 for 6 overall in the first 11 point score. She finished the night with 19 points, the highest level of the season. Jersey City CCNY held for singles digits in each of the remaining three periods, outperforming the Beavers 23-4 in the second, 34-7 in the third and 25-2 in the fourth quarter. As a team, the NJCU scored a singles field goal record (51) and points margin (94) as well.

Eight of the nine Gothic riders who saw Earth on Monday finished in double digits, led by the rookies Jada Camacho (Jersey City, NJ/Dickinson) Game High 21 Points Finished the match with 10 rebounds for a double hit as well. student Les Allen (Hillside, NJ/Hillside) He totaled 18 points and was again out of the plate for one double of a double with nine rebounds.

another beginner, Taija’Ney McCollum (Carteret, NJ/Carteret) He scored 15 points while he was ahead Emily Ruiz (Jersey City, NJ/Dickinson (via County Prep)) She made her season debut and earned a career best of 12 points to break her previous five-point mark when she was a freshman in the 2018-19 season. Rodriguez ended her double-double of the season and career by chipping in at 14 points to go with six shots. Carpentry Jumeirah Johnson (Prospect Park, NJ/International) and demanded Olivia Wootten (East Orange, NJ / Immaculate Conception) Each of them scored 10 points as well.

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The Gothic Knights will take this momentum back on their return to the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) on Wednesday evening, December 8th, at JMAC when Keene University comes to Jersey City at 6:00 PM. The NJCU has won three consecutive times against the Cougars, including twice last season to start the shortened campaign with the Home and Home Series. If you can’t make it to NJCU-Kean 6:00pm/8:00pm double head on a Wednesday night, be sure to watch all the action live on GothicVision.

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