Women's Basketball

 

MANOR WOMEN’S BASKETBALL DEFEATED IN FINAL HOME GAME OF THE SEASON BY ROWAN COLLEGE AT BURLINGTON COUNTY

By Steven M. Glassman

Director of Sports Information

February 18, 2019

 

JENKINTOWN, PA—Rowan College Burlington County (15-7 Overall, 11-6 NJCAA Region XIX Division II) sophomore guard Jayda Campbell led the Barons with 20 points as they defeated the Manor College Blue Jays (5-14, 4-14), 78-46, on Sophomore Night.

Blue Jays' sophomore point guard Kiara Stoval (Chester, PA/Ursuline Academy [DE]) was recognized before the game for her achievements.

The Barons led after the first quarter (18-13) and at halftime (38-23).  Green paced both teams with 10 first-half points.

Burlington County outscored Manor in the third (21-13) and led 59-33 after three quarters.  Campbell scored 13 of the Barons' 21 third-quarter points.  Burlington County outscored Manor in the fourth, 19-13.  Stoval scored 10 of the Blue Jays' 13 fourth-quarter points.  Burlington County outscored Manor in the second half, 40-23.  Stoval led both teams with 14 second-half points.  Sophomore guard/forward Ayanna Lewis paced the Barons with 10 second-half points.

The Blue Jays' 32-point loss overall and at home to the Barons is the largest in this season series.  They previously lost by 22 at Burlington County on November 13, 2018 (68-46) and February 9, 2012 (77-55).

Manor finished 3-6 at home during the 2018-2019 season.  They are 70-41 since they began playing in the NJCAA for the 2008-2009 season

Individual Statistical Leaders: Stoval led both teams with 24 points.  Freshman shooting guard/small forward Emazhane Livingston (Newark, NJ/Technology) scored 13 points paced the Blue Jays with 13 rebounds.  Livingston and Stoval led Manor with four steals each.

Including Campbell, four Burlington County players scored in double-figures: Lewis (18), freshman guard Kylah Watkins-Campbell (12), and sophomore guard Avian Flunder.  Every player on the Baron roster scored in this game.

Series Record (since 2008-2009): Burlington County swept Manor in the season series.  The Blue Jays are 13-13 in the overall series (7-6 at home) versus the Barons.  Burlington County won four straight overall match-ups versus Manor.

Trailing at Halftime: The Blue Jays are 0-11 when trailing at halftime this season (including 0-6 at home).  They are 0-1 when tied at halftime this season.

Trailing after Three Quarters: Manor is 1-11 when trailing after three quarters this season (including 1-4 at home).

Home Record versus Region XIX Division II Schools: The Blue Jays are 62-38 at home versus Region XIX Division II schools since the 2008-2009 season.

Manor 2018-2019 Single-Game Scoring Leaders (including ties): Livingston and Stoval (nine each).

Manor 2018-2019 Single-Game Rebounding Leaders (including ties): Livingston (11), freshman power forwardAllayna Gordon-Staley (Philadelphia, PA/Cristo Rey Philadelphia) (six), and Stoval and freshman forward Jailynn Watson (Darby, PA/Penwood) (one each).

Manor 2018-2019 Double-Figure Scoring Leaders: Stoval (16), Livingston (15), Gordon-Staley (three), Watson (two), and freshman guard Shania Patterson (Philadelphia, PA/The U School) (one).

Manor 2018-2019 Double-Figure Rebounding Leaders: Livingston (16), Gordon-Staley (10), Watson (eight), and Stoval (one).

Manor 2018-2019 "Double-Double" (Points and Rebounds) Leaders: Livingston (14), Gordon-Staley (two), Watson (two), and Stoval (one).

Next Game: Manor travels to play Region XIX Division III Community College of Philadelphia (20-5) 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 19 for its final non-conference game of the season.  The Colonials are the 2018-2019 Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference (EPAC) Regular Season and Postseason Tournament Champions.  Manor is 12-2 overall (5-0 on the road since 2004-2005) versus the Community College of Philadelphia since the 2002-2003 season (2003-2004 season unavailable).  The Blue Jays won the previous match-up, 93-23, on November 2, 2017 at Manor.  Manor also won the previous match-up at the Community College of Philadelphia, 85-8, on January 7, 2016.