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The Wilmington University women’s basketball team earned their first win of the season on Saturday, as the team defeated the Holy Family University Tigers 69-64. The win marks the first victory under first-year head coach Kerry Jenkins.
The leading scorer for Wilmington in the game was senior center Sabreen Muslim, who recorded a double-double with 17 points and ten rebounds.
Junior guard Kiara Eubanks also recorded a double-double as she had 14 points and 11 rebounds.
Two other Wildcats scored in double digits, which were freshman guard Jade Roberts (10), and junior forward Emily Ansah (14).
WilmU had the advantage in multiple categories in the game, which included second-chance points (24-16), points in the pant (36-24), fast-break points (8-2), rebounds (47-38), and blocks (7-3).
The Wildcats also had the advantage in shooting as well, with the team shooting 43.1% (25-58) and with Holy Family shooting 30.6%(22-72). Wilmington was also the better team at the free-throw line in this game as the team shot 85.7% (18-21), and the Tigers shot 80.0% (12-15).
Let’s get into all four quarters: click below for the full recap.