12/21/2014 - W. Basketball

Second Half Run Pushes Lafayette Past NJIT

An 11-3 run to start the second half pushed Lafayette women's basketball past NJIT, 66-50 on Sunday afternoon in Kirby Sports Center. Emily Homan finished a rebound shy of a double-double with 20 points and nine rebounds, while Linnel Macklin chipped in 12 points and four assists for the Leopards.

12/20/2014 - W. Basketball

Women's Basketball Returns to College Hill

The Leopards return to College Hill after their longest road swing of the season. Lafayette went 1-2 in its three-game road trip, beating Saint Francis Brooklyn and falling to Seton Hall and Stony Brook. The Maroon and White hold a 5-4 record, while NJIT enters the game with a 5-8 mark.

12/19/2014 - W. Basketball

Women's Hoops Falls in Heartbreaker

Linnel Macklin's last second three-pointer was off the mark, as Stony Brook took down the Leopards, 60-58, in heartbreaking fashion on Friday night. Macklin led the Leopards with 17 points in the loss.

12/18/2014 - W. Basketball

Lafayette Returns to Action at Stony Brook

Lafayette closes out its longest road swing of the season at Stony Brook on Friday night. The Leopards split the first two games of the trip, beating St. Francis Brooklyn before falling to Seton Hall.

12/15/2014 - W. Basketball

Women's Basketball Announces Class of 2019

Lafayette women's basketball head coach Dianne Nolan announced the addition of Alex Cantwell and Nia Holland as part of the Class of 2019. The pair will join the Leopards for the 2015-16 season.

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