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Wildcat Women Begin Home Stand With Weekend Series Against Saginaw Valley State

Wildcat Women Begin Home Stand With Weekend Series Against Saginaw Valley State

MARQUETTE, Mich. — The Northern Michigan University women's basketball program is set to open their home slate of competition with a pair of contests against Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference rival, Saginaw Valley State, Jan. 16-17. Both games are set to tip off at 1 p.m. inside the PEIF and can be live-streamed via the NMU portal on stretchinternet.com.

WEEKLY NOTES

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SATURDAY VS. SVSU

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SUNDAY VS. SVSU

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  LAST TIME OUT

The women are coming off an opening weekend sweep at GLIAC foe Parkside. NMU accounted for 144 points on the weekend, tallying 77 points in back-to-back games in Kenosha, led by Makaylee Kuhn's 56 over the two-game stretch.

The Wildcat women opened their season with a 77-74 victory on Saturday night before rallying from 18 points down entering the fourth quarter to post the 77-76 victory and complete the road sweep.

On Saturday night, the women went 50 percent from the field, and shot 41.7 percent from beyond the arc before following it up with a 42.9 percent average in Sunday's contest.

  NMU VERSUS SAGINAW VALLEY

 

In 82 all-time meetings, the Wildcats boast a 53-29 record over the Cardinals including wins in their last seven meetings. Last season the women swept SVSU with a close 71-66 victory on the road to conclude the regular season series. The women also hosted the Cardinals on opening weekend of conference play in which they defeated the GLIAC rival 56-53.