Penn State Harrisburg 81, Trinity (D.C.) 28
Miller, Amey, Butler, Hamby, Mahan
Prieto, VonHendricks, Keys, Brown-Thomas, King
How It Happened
Penn State Harrisburg got off to a quick start and never looked back in the team's 81-28 victory at Trinity (D.C.) on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 10.
The Lions (2-0) were led by a returning Shanique Mattis. The senior poured in a game-high 20 points, including 12 tallies from 3-point territory, in her first action of the season. Laurel Amey and Symone Grant joined Mattis in the double-digit scoring category, with each player netting 11 points.
The Blue & White were aggressive out of the gate and seized control of the contest in the opening minutes en route to racking up a sizeable lead after the first quarter. From there, it was all Penn State Harrisburg.
Inside the Numbers
- Shanique Mattis scored a game-high 20 points for the Blue & White in her first action of the season.
- Anna Mahan continued the promising start to her collegiate career with nine tallies.
- Abrianna Hamby chipped in with eight points.
- All 13 Penn State Harrisburg players dressed for action saw time in Saturday's outing.
What They're Saying
"This win was a solid team effort and a great opportunity to get everyone involved," said Penn State Harrisburg head coach Ross Patrick. "We were also able to welcome Shanique (Mattis) back to the court after an early-season injury delayed her start to the season."
The Lions return to the friendly confines of the Capital Union Building to host Cairn on Wednesday night, Nov. 14. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m.