Army Welcomes League Newcomer Boston University On Wednesday

Olivia Schretzman

Olivia Schretzman

Jan. 28, 2014

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WEST POINT, N.Y. - After playing four of its last five on the road, the Army women's basketball team will return to Christl Arena to begin a stretch of five home contests in six games on Wednesday, Jan. 29 against Boston University. The Patriot League tilt is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Army improved to 14-5 overall and 6-2 in the league thanks to a 64-63 win at American on Jan. 25. Senior Jen Hazlett tallied game highs in points (15) and rebounds (8), and became the 16th player in team history to reach the 1,000-point mark. Sophomore Kelsey Minato scored 14 points, while classmates Brianna Johnson and Aimee Oertner posted 13 and 10 points, respectively.

HOW TO FOLLOW
The game can be heard live via audio stream on Knight Vision, Army's subscription-based service available on www.goARMYsports.com. Army's Nick DeSanctis will have the call. The Patriot League Network will offer a video stream - visit PatriotLeague.org for more information. Live statistical updates via CBS Sports GameTracker will be available on Army's website as well. For detailed in-game updates, follow Army women's basketball on twitter - @WestPointWBB.

THE ARMY-BOSTON UNIVERSITY SERIES
Army is 0-3 all-time against Boston University. Wednesday's contest will mark the first Patriot League match-up between the teams, and the first meeting since 1982, when the Terriers topped the Black Knights, 72-62. The 1982 game was the last in a three-year stretch of meetings between the schools.

LAST TIME OUT
Army posted its third-best shooting night of the year (48.9 percent) during a 64-63 win at American on Saturday afternoon. Hazlett notched game highs of 15 points and eight rebounds against the Eagles, while becoming the 16th player in Black Knight history to reach the 1,000-point plateau. Minato increased her Patriot League-leading double-digit scoring streak to 35 contests with a 14-point performance, while Johnson matched her career high with 13 points. Oertner was the fourth Army player to score in double figures, as she totaled 10, marking the first time at least four Black Knights have posted double figures since six did against Staten Island (12/29). Hazlett scored all 15 of her points in the second half, including a pair of free-throws with 1:44 left to give Army a 64-61 lead. American got back to within one at the 1:30 mark before missing a pair of shots in the final three seconds. The victory marked Army's first win this season while trailing with 5:00 left, as the scored stood 55-54 at the five minute mark.

UP NEXT
Army will begin the second half of its Patriot League schedule on Saturday, Feb. 1, when it hosts Loyola at 1 p.m. The Black Knights defeated the Greyhounds, 66-62, in overtime on Jan. 5 in Baltimore, Md.

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