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Women's Basketball Heads to Boston College on Thursday

Women's Basketball Heads to Boston College on Thursday

The Central Connecticut State University women's basketball team will play at Boston College on Thursday afternoon, marking the last of four non-conference games to close the month and the last game before the new year. The Blue Devils and the Eagles will be facing off for the 10th time in program history, their last matchup being in the 2016-17 season. The Blue Devils will be looking to improve their record to 7-3 over Boston College. 

Belle Lanpher led the Blue Devils against Providence with 15 points and Hartford with 16 points, a new season high. 

• Along with Lanpher, three other Blue Devils scored in double figures against the Hawks. Kenefick had 14 points, and Rohkohl and Toppin each had 12 points. 

Lara Rohkohl was named NEC Rookie of the Week for the second time this season on December 19th. She scored in double figures for the second time this season to help lead the Blue Devils to their first road win of the season against the University of Hartford. Rohkohl went 5-of-6 from the field along with a 2-for-2 effort from the free throw line.  

• Rohkohl, Lanpher, and Kenefick were named NEC Prime Performers for the week of 12/19. 

Amaya Williams scored in double digits against Providence, finishing with 10 points, matching her career high. 

Dejah Jenkins scored 16 points against UMass Lowell, her sixth double-digit scoring effort this season, and is eighth in scoring in the NEC at 10.8 points per game 

• The Blue Devils have 27 offensive boards in the past three games, making their season average 11.3 per game 

• Rohkohl corralled a career-best 15 rebounds, six offensive, versus Bryant, earning her the NEC Rookie of the Week title December 5th. 

Alli Napoli had a career-high of 11 rebounds, five offensive, against UMass Lowell. 

• The Blue Devils recorded 11 steals against UNH, the second game this season with double-digit steals 

• The Blue Devils scored 25 points in the second quarter against Hartford and now have 20 or more points in six quarters this season. 

• Three Blue Devils are in the top-10 in the league in rebounding, with Lara Rohkohl at 4th (6.3 per game), Meghan Kenefick at 5th (6.3 per game), and Dejah Jenkins at 9th (5.5 per game). 





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