2002-03 Quick Recaps

Vs. Swarthmore College in ECAC Southern Semifinals - Lost 67-54  Boxscore

The Greyhounds had their 2002-03 season ended in the 2003 Eastern Conference Athletic Conference Southern Tournament Semifinals with a 67-54 loss to Swarthmore College. The Garnet Tide, the tournament's fourth seed will play second seeded Lebanon Valley College in the championship game on Sunday, March 9th at 1:00 p.m. at Moravian. The Greyhounds, who were the top seed in the tournament, trailed 29-21 at halftime and was down 48-37 with 8:57 to play before cutting Swarthmore's lead to 52-48 with 4:30 to play. Moravian shot just 31 percent from the floor (17 of 55) while Swarthmore made 38 percent (25 of 66) from the field. The Garnet Tide also had a 48-38 advantage on the boards. Junior forward Tracie Shipman led Moravian with a team high 13 points, and she grabbed a game high 13 rebounds. Junior guard Kim Hughes tossed in 12 points and will head to her senior season needing just 49 points to become the 15th player in Moravian history to score 1,000 points. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg contributed eight points and six rebounds in the game while freshman forward Stephanie Seaman had seven boards and five points. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski and senior guard Tara Wozniak each had five points in their final career game while senior forward Kelly McLean finished the contest with two points and two blocked shots. Junior guard Sarah Onkotz contributed four points in the contest. The win by Swarthmore was the first ever in 20 meetings between the two schools.

Swarthmore College (21-7) 29 38 -- 67
Moravian College (20-8) 21 33 -- 54

At Mesisah College in Commonwealth Championship - Lost 73-52   Boxscore

Moravian had its five-game winning streak snapped and lost its chance for an automatic berth in the NCAA Division III Tournament with a 73-52 loss at Messiah College in the 2003 Commonwealth Conference Championship game. The Greyhounds, who will likely receive a berth in the 2003 Eastern College Athletic Conference South Championships on Monday, trailed 30-21 at halftime. Moravian shot just 30.8 percent from the floor (16 of 52) in the game, and the Greyhounds made 16 of 19 free throws while Messiah made 23 of 53 field goals and 25 of 32 free throws. Moravian has won just once in 12 trips to Grantham. Junior guard Kim Hughes led the Greyhounds with 15 points in the game while senior guard Tara Wozniak had a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Wozniak was eight-for-eight at the foul line in the game. Freshman forward Stephanie Seaman contributed six points and six boards while junior guard Sarah Onkotz had five points, four rebounds and a career high five assists. Junior forward Tracie Shipman also scored five points while sophomore guard Jen Behagg tossed in four points to go along with three rebounds.

Moravian College (20-7) 21 31 -- 52
Messiah College (25-2) 30 43 -- 73

Vs. Lebanon Valley College in Commonwealth Semifinals - Won 69-48  Boxscore

The Greyhounds won their fifth straight game and advanced to the Commonwealth Conference Championship contest with a 53-51 victory over Lebanon Valley College in the semifinals. The trip to the championship game will be the Greyhounds' first since the 1992-93 season and Moravian also won its 20th game for the first time since the 1993-94. The Greyhounds had a 15-8 lead eight minutes into the game but the Flying Dutchmen rallied to take a 28-26 halftime lead on a basket with two seconds left in the half. The teams traded the lead in the second half with Lebanon Valley's largest lead being 45-40 with seven minutes to play and the Greyhound's largest lead at 51-47 with two minutes remaining. Moravian won the game at the foul line despite missing four of five attempts in the game's final 45 seconds. The Greyhounds missed their first attempt of the game before making 15 straight free throws. Moravian finished the game 16 of 21 (76.2 percent) while Lebanon Valley was just three of six at the charity stripe. The Flying Dutchmen had a chance to tie the game but missed a pair of short jumpers in the final four seconds. Moravian had a balanced scoring attack in the game despite shooting just 30.8 percent (16 of 52) from the floor. Senior guard Tara Wozniak scored a game high 13 points while junior guard Kim Hughes had 11 points and four steals. Senior forward Kelly McLean and junior guard Sarah Onkotz both tossed in six points with Onkotz grabbing a team high seven rebounds and McLean pulling down four boards. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg had five points, five rebounds and four steals while senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski netted five points. Junior forward Tracie Shipman contributed four points while freshman forward Stephanie Seaman had four rebounds and three points in the victory.

Lebanon Valley College (19-6) 28 23 -- 51
Moravian College (20-6) 26 27 -- 53

Vs. Juniata College - Won 69-48  Boxscore

Moravian finished in a tie for second place in the Commonwealth Conference with a 69-48 victory versus Juniata College. The Greyhounds, who finished in a tie with Lebanon Valley College after the Flying Dutchmen's 64-41 loss to Messiah College and won the tiebreaker on point differential to host a playoff game, jumped out to a 38-21 halftime lead. Moravian shot 60 percent (12 of 20) from the floor and 92.9 percent (13 of 14) at the foul line in the first 20 minutes, and the Greyhounds shot 45.3 percent (24 of 53) for the game and 17 of 18 (94.4 percent) at the line. Moravian also had a 40-32 advantage on the boards. Junior guard Kim Hughes scored a game high 19 points to lead the Greyhounds, and she had four assists. Senior forward Kelly McLean netted ten points to move into eighth all-time in Moravian history with 1,142 points. Junior forward Tracie Shipman netted nine points and pulled down a team high eight rebounds. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski scored six points, grabbed four rebounds and dished out three assists while senior guard Tara Wozniak had five points, six rebounds and three assists in the victory. Junior guard Sarah Onkotz also had five points. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg contributed five rebounds, four points and four assists while freshman forward Stephanie Seaman added four points and four rebounds.

Juniata College (9-15, 5-9 Commonwealth) 21 27 -- 48
Moravian College (19-6, 10-4 Commonwealth) 38 31 -- 69

Vs. Susquehanna University - Won 67-49  Boxscore

The Greyhounds won their 18th game of the season and moved closer to a possible home playoff game with a 67-49 victory over Susquehanna University in Commonwealth Conference action. The last time Moravian won 18 games in a season was back in 1993-94 when the team had a 20-8 record. Moravian jumped out to a 31-19 halftime lead after finishing the half on a 16-0 run over the last 5:31. One of the keys to the game for Moravian was at the free throw line where the Greyhounds had the best day in Middle Atlantic Conference history, connecting on all 18 of their attempts while Susquehanna was just seven of nine at the charity stripe. Moravian also made 36.8 percent of its field goals (21 of 57) and 38.9 percent of its three-pointers (seven of 18) while forcing the Crusaders into 26 turnovers. The Greyhounds had just one player in double figures with junior guard Kim Hughes netting 20 points. Senior guard Tara Wozniak tossed in eight points while freshman guard Catherine Golden scored seven points. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski, junior guard Sarah Onkotz, junior forward Tracie Shipman and freshman forward Stephanie Seaman each had six points in the victory. The Greyhounds had 42-33 advantage on boards with Shipman leading the eight rebounds. Seaman added six boards while Golden and sophomore guard Jen Behagg both pulled down five rebounds. Hughes dished out five assists while Behagg had four assists and seven steals.

Susquehanna University (12-10, 5-8 Commonwealth) 19 30 -- 49
Moravian College (18-6, 9-4 Commonwealth) 31 36 -- 67

At Widener University - Won 69-62  Boxscore

Moravian clinched its second straight trip to the Commonwealth Conference Playoffs with a 69-62 victory over Widener University in conference action. The win also gave Moravian 17 victories for the first time since the 1997-98 season. The Greyhounds led 27-25 at halftime and out scored the Pioneers 42-37 in the second half. The key to the game for Moravian has at the foul line where the Greyhounds connected on 16 of 23 attempts including 14 of 20 in the second half while Widener named just 13 of its 22 free throw attempts. The Greyhounds also forced the Pioneers into 22 turnovers. Moravian had a balanced scoring attack with three players in double figures. Senior guard Tara Wozniak led the way with 14 points while junior forward Tracie Shipman pulled down a team high ten rebounds and scored 12 points. Freshman forward Stephanie Seaman added ten points, seven rebounds and three assists. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg scored nine points and added three steals while junior guard Kim Hughes had seven points. Junior guard Sarah Onkotz contributed eight points and four rebounds. Freshman guard Catherine Golden added five points while senior forward Kelly McLean had four points and four rebounds off the bench to give her 700 rebounds for her career, the fourth Moravian player to reach 700 career boards.

Moravian College (17-6, 8-4 Commonwealth) 27 42 -- 69
Widener University (13-10, 5-7 Commonwealth) 25 37 -- 62

At Elizabethtown College - Won 63-57  Boxscore

The Greyhounds moved a step closer to a second straight playoff berth with a 63-57 victory over Elizabethtown College in Commonwealth Conference action. Moravian jumped out to a 32-24 halftime lead and won the game at the foul line as the Greyhounds made 18 of 24 free throw attempts while the Blue Jays were just eight of nine at the charity stripe. Elizabethtown made two more field goals than Moravian in the game and the Blue Jays had ten more rebounds but the Greyhounds forced 20 turnovers. Moravian had a balanced scoring attack with three players in double figures. Junior guard Kim Hughes tossed in a team high 14 points while junior guard Sarah Onkotz scored 13 points. Onkotz dished out a team high four assists and she had four rebounds. Freshman forward Stephanie Seaman netted 11 points and had a team high eight rebounds. Senior forward Kelly McLean returned to the Greyhound line-up and contributed six points and five rebounds. Freshman guard Catherine Golden added six points and three assists while senior guard Tara Wozniak scored five points. Junior forward Tracie Shipman grabbed seven rebounds, and she added four points.

Moravian College (16-6, 7-4 Commonwealth) 32 31 -- 63
Elizabethtown College (7-15, 4-7 Commonwealth) 24 33 -- 57

Vs. Messiah College - Lost 93-83  Boxscore

Moravian suffered a 93-83 loss to Messiah College in Commonwealth Conference action. The Greyhounds trailed 36-32 at halftime and stayed close most of the second half but the Falcons shot 76 percent (19 of 25) from the floor and 14 of 16 (87.5 percent) from the foul line. Moravian actually made one more field goal than Messiah in the contest but the Falcons were 30 of 36 at the foul line while Moravian was just 18 of 20. The Greyhounds had four players score in double figures with junior forward Tracie Shipman leading the way with a career high 17 points. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg tossed in a career best 15 points while junior guard Kim Hughes had 13 points and five assists. Senior guard Tara Wozniak scored 11 points while freshman forward Stephanie Seaman had nine points. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski netted seven points, and she pulled down a team high eight rebounds. Shipman and Behagg each had four boards in the game while Shipman added four assists and Behagg dished out three assists. Junior guard Sarah Onkotz and freshman guard Catherine Golden both had four points in the contest.

Messiah College (19-2, 10-0 Commonwealth) 37 56 -- 93
Moravian College (15-6, 6-4 Commonwealth) 34 49 -- 83

At Albright College - Won 71-39  Boxscore

The Greyhounds jumped out to a 33-14 halftime lead and posted a 71-39 victory over Albright College in Commonwealth Conference action. Moravian shot 45.8 percent (27 of 59) in the game and 87.5 percent (14 of 16) at the foul line. The Greyhounds forced the Lions into 30 turnovers while committing just 14 themselves. Moravian had a balanced scoring attack with just two players in double figures but nine players scoring at least four points. Freshman guard Catherine Golden led the team with a game high 14 points while senior guard Tara Wozniak tossed in 12 points. Junior guard Kim Hughes and freshman forward Stephanie Seaman each scored eight points while senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski, junior forward Tracie Shipman and freshman forward Heather MacDonald each netted six points. Junior guard Jackie Buschta and freshman forward Lindsay Brase both scored four points. The Greyhounds had a 33-32 advantage on the boards led by five rebounds by junior guard Sarah Onkotz, who also had a team high four assists. Shipman and Brase both added four rebounds while Onkotz, Wozniak and Shipman each had four steals in the victory.

Moravian College (15-5, 6-3 Commonwealth) 33 38 -- 71
Albright College (2-16, 0-9 Commonwealth) 14 25 -- 39

At Muhlenberg College - Won 68-52  Boxscore

Moravian jumped out to a 16-5 lead and led the final 35 minutes of the game in a 68-52 non-conference victory at rival Muhlenberg College. The Greyhounds shot 45.2 percent (14 of 31) in the first half while limiting the Mules to 25.9 percent (seven of 27). Moravian shot 40.3 percent (25 of 62) for the game while Muhlenberg connected on just 16 of 55 attempts (29.1 percent). The Greyhounds also forced the Mules into 24 turnovers, and the Hounds out-rebounded Muhlenberg, 42-37. Moravian had three players score in double figures in the game led by 19 points from junior guard Kim Hughes. Freshman forward Stephanie Seaman tossed in a career high 14 points, and she also pulled down a career best 11 rebounds. Senior guard Tara Wozniak added ten points and three steals. Seaman added three steals while junior guard Sarah Onkotz had six points and three rebounds. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski had seven rebounds in the game while sophomore guard Jen Behagg added five points and three assists. Junior forward Tracie Shipman added four points and four boards in a starting role while freshman guard Catherine Golden had four points off the bench. Moravian took a 5-3 lead in the annual Matte Award standings with the victory.

Moravian College (14-5) 37 31 -- 68
Muhlenberg College (12-6) 23 29 -- 52

Vs. Lebanon Valley College - Lost 60-54  Boxscore

The Greyhounds had their 15-game homecourt winning streak snapped with a 60-54 loss to Lebanon Valley College in Commonwealth Conference action. Moravian had entered the game tied for second place in the Commonwealth with the Flying Dutchmen after the first half of the Commonwealth season. The Greyhounds jumped out to a 10-2 lead in the first 5:20 of the game but Lebanon Valley countered with a 15-0 run to take control of the game. Lebanon Valley had a 29-24 halftime lead as the Greyhounds shot just 23.5 percent (eight of 34) in the first half and the Flying Dutchmen were 11 of 33 (33 percent). Things didn't get better in the second half for either team as Lebanon Valley connected on 10 of 26 attempts (38.5 percent) while Moravian shot 20 percent (seven of 35) in the second half. Moravian did take a 42-41 lead with 8:11 to play but Lebanon Valley had a lead back for good just 34 seconds later. The Greyhounds did have three players score in double figures with junior guards Kim Hughes and Sarah Onkotz each scoring 11 points and senior guard Tara Wozniak tossing in ten points. Freshman forward Heather MacDonald added nine points and freshman forward Stephanie Seaman had five points. Seaman and junior forward Tracie Shipman led the Greyhounds on the boards with six rebounds a piece while senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski had five rebounds. MacDonald, Wozniak, junior guard Jackie Buschta and sophomore guard Jen Behagg each had four boards in the game. Moravian and Lebanon Valley both pulled down 51 rebounds in the contest. Behagg added three steals and two assists.

Lebanon Valley College (14-3, 6-2 Commonwealth) 29 31 -- 60
Moravian College (13-5, 5-3 Commonwealth) 24 30 -- 54

At Susquehanna University - Won 68-42  Boxscore

Moravian earned a 68-42 victory at Susquehanna University to finish the first half of the Commonwealth Conference season with a 5-2 record. The Greyhounds led the game 19-17 with 4:44 left to play in the first half when the squad went on a 25-1 run to take control of the game. Moravian finished the game shooting 40 percent from the floor (27 of 66) and 83 percent at the foul line (10 of 12). The Greyhounds also had a 41-36 advantage on the boards while forcing Susquehanna into 32 turnovers. Moravian committed just 18 turnovers in the game. Freshman guard Catherine Golden scored a game high 15 points, and she was one of three Greyhounds to score in double figures in the contest. Golden also had four rebounds and scored eight of her points during Moravian's 25-1 run. Junior guard Sarah Onkotz and junior forward Tracie Shipman each tossed in ten points with Shipman pulling down a game high nine rebounds. Onkotz added a career high eight steals, and she had six rebounds in the victory. Senior forward Kelly McLean scored seven points and had four rebounds before leaving the game with an injury. Junior guard Kim Hughes returned to the line-up and had seven points. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski contributed four assists and three rebounds while sophomore guard Jen Behagg had five assists and four points. Freshman forward Stephanie Seaman had four points and four rebounds off the bench while freshman forward Heather MacDonald scored four points in the win.

Moravian College (13-4, 5-2 Commonwealth) 36 42 -- 68
Susquehanna University (10-5, 3-4 Commonwealth) 18 24 -- 42

At Juniata College - Lost 68-61   Boxscore

The Greyhounds dropped their second straight road game in Commonwealth Conference action and Moravian lost for the fourth time in six road contests this season, falling to Juniata College, 68-61, in Commonwealth Conference action. Moravian trailed 31-30 at halftime despite shooting 42 percent (11 of 26) from the field and 77.8 percent (seven of nine) at the foul line. The game's statistics were nearly even with Juniata having an edge in three-pointers (seven to three) and made free throws (13 to 10). The Greyhounds, who played their second consecutive game without leading scorer junior guard Kim Hughes, had three players score in double figures including 12 points each from senior forward Kelly McLean and junior guard Sarah Onkotz. McLean had her third straight double-double with a game high ten rebounds while Onkotz contributed three steals. Freshman guard Catherine Golden tossed in ten points and had four rebounds while senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski had seven points. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg had six points and three assists while freshman forward Stephanie Seaman added six points and five rebounds. Junior forward Tracie Shipman also scored six points in the game. Senior guard Tara Wozniak made a team high four steals in the contest but she failed to score for just the fourth time in her career and the first time since her freshman year in a game at Juniata.

Moravian College (12-4, 4-2 Commonwealth) 30 31 -- 61
Juniata College (7-9, 3-3 Commonwealth) 31 37 -- 68

Vs. Franklin & Marshall College - Won 81-68   Boxscore

Moravian connected on 26 of 29 free throw attempts in the second half to earn its second straight victory and its 11th win in 12 games with an 81-68 triumph over Franklin & Marshall College in non-conference action. Moravian held a 35-27 halftime lead after forcing the Diplomats into 20 first half turnovers. In the second half, the Greyhounds had just 20 points from the floor, but the squad made its final 18 free throws of the game over the last 6:13, including 12 of 12 in the final 1:25. Freshman guard Catherine Golden scored a career high 19 points to lead all scorers in the game and she was one of four Greyhounds in double figures. Senior forward Kelly McLean tossed in 17 points and had a game high 11 rebounds. McLean also had a team leading four assists in the victory. Junior guard Sarah Onkotz netted a career best 13 points with three steals while senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski had 12 points, six rebounds and three steals. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg contributed nine points in the game while senior guard Tara Wozniak had a game high four steals. Junior guard Jackie Buschta also had four steals and she had three assists and three rebounds. Freshman forward Stephanie Seaman had five points and four rebounds off the bench while junior forward Tracie Shipman added four boards.

Franklin & Marshall College (9-5) 27 41 -- 68
Moravian College (12-3) 35 46 -- 81

Vs. Widener University - Won 73-68   Boxscore

The Greyhounds rallied from a 36-30 halftime deficit for a 73-68 victory over Widener University in Commonwealth Conference action. Moravian shot just 37.9 percent (11 of 29) in the first half while committing 17 turnovers before turning it around in the second half. The Greyhounds connected on 48.3 percent (14 of 29) shots in the second 20 minutes put the game away by shooting 13 of 19 from the foul line in the second half, including five of eight in the final minute. Moravian was 20 of 28 from the charity stripe in the game while Widener was just 14 of 27 at the foul line. The Greyhounds also had a big advantage on the boards, grabbing 50 rebounds to Widener's 31. Senior guard Tara Wozniak scored a season high 22 points while shooting 50 percent (seven of 14) from the floor and 100 percent (eight of eight) at the foul line. Senior forward Kelly McLean tossed in 15 points and added 11 rebounds while junior guard Kim Hughes had 14 points. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski grabbed a career high 12 rebounds, and she scored six points. Freshman guard Catherine Golden tossed in nine points while Wozniak had six rebounds. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg grabbed six rebounds and she added three assists. Hughes and Wozniak both had three assists while junior guard Jackie Buschta had a team high four steals.

Widener Unviersity (7-6, 1-4 Commonwealth) 36 32 -- 68
Moravian College (11-3, 4-1 Commonwealth) 30 43 -- 73

At Messiah College - Lost 85-61   Boxscore

Moravian had its nine-game winning streak snapped as the Greyhounds dropped their first Commonwealth Conference game of the season, losing to #21 Messiah College, 85-61. All three of the Greyhounds losses have come against nationally ranked teams on their home floors this season. Moravian fell behind 42-20 at halftime and was never able to recover. The Greyhounds shot just 27 percent in the first half while the Falcons made 50 percent of their field goal attempts and 60 percent of their three-pointers. Moravian had just one player score in double figures in the game with senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski netting ten points. Sarnocinski also led Moravian on the boards with six rebounds. Senior forward Kelly McLean, junior guard Jackie Buschta and freshman forward Heather MacDonald each had six points in the game while junior forward Tracie Shipman, freshman guard Catherine Golden and freshman forward Lindsay Brase each scored five points. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg contributed four assists and three steals in the game.

Moravian College (10-3, 3-1 Commonwealth) 20 41 -- 61
Messiah College (13-2, 4-0 Commonwealth) 42 43 -- 85

Vs. Elizabethtown College - Won 62-53  Boxscore

The Greyhounds remained undefeated in the Commonwealth Conference and Moravian won its ninth consecutive game with a 62-53 victory over Elizabethtown College in Commonwealth Conference action. Both teams made 24 field goals in the game but the different came with the Greyhounds making four three-pointers and going ten-of-ten from the charity stripe while the Blue Jays had just one three-pointer and four free throws. The teams combined for a perfect night at the foul line but they also combined for 68 turnovers with Elizabethtown committing 38 of them. Moravian had three players score in double figures, led by 13 points from junior guard Kim Hughes. Hughes connected on a trio of three-pointers in the second half to help the Greyhounds pull away after the Blue Jays tied the game early in the second half at 23-23. Senior forward Kelly McLean had 12 points and a team high nine rebounds for the Greyhounds while freshman guard Catherine Golden tossed in ten points. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski contributed eight points with four assists while McLean had three blocked shots. Freshman forward Stephanie Seaman and junior forward Tracie Shipman both had six points in the game with Seaman grabbing six boards and Shipman adding four rebounds. Junior guard Jackie Buschta had three assists and three steals in the victory.

Elizabethtown College (3-9, 1-2 Commonwealth) 19 34 -- 53
Moravian College (10-2, 3-0 Commonwealth) 23 39 -- 62

Vs. York (PA) College in Championship Game of 2nd Annual The Rock Invitiational at Moravian - Won 87-72  Boxscore

Moravian captured its eight straight victory and the championship of the 2nd Annual The Rock Invitational at Moravian with an 87-72 victory over York (PA) College in the title game. The Greyhounds jumped out to a 44-29 halftime lead while shooting 51.4 percent from the floor (18 of 35). Moravian also shot well from the foul line in the game, connecting on 19 of 21 attempts (90.5 percent). Junior guard Kim Hughes was named the tournament Most Valuable Player after scoring 11 points in the game with six rebounds and four steals. Hughes, who was one of six Greyhounds in double figures in the game, netted 32 points in the tournament's two games. Seniors guard Tara Wozniak and Kelly McLean each scored a team high 14 points in the game while senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski contributed 12 points. Freshman guard Catherine Golden netted 11 points while junior guard Sarah Onkotz had ten points off the bench. McLean was named to the All-Tournament team along with sophomore guard Jen Behagg, who had six assists and five points in the victory. Moravian had a 51-42 advantage on the boards with McLean leading the way with 11 rebounds. Junior forward Tracie Shipman contributed eight rebounds while Behagg grabbed six boards. Sarnocinski dished out five assists while McLean had four blocked shots.

York (PA) College (6-5) 29 43 -- 72
Moravian College (9-2) 44 43 -- 87

Vs. Wesley (DE) College in 2nd Annual The Rock Invitiational at Moravian - Won 98-58  Boxscore

The Greyhounds won their seventh straight game and advanced to the championship game of the 2nd Annual The Rock Invitational at Moravian with an 98-58 victory over Wesley (DE) College. Moravian jumped out 44-28 halftime lead while shooting 41 percent from the floor. The Greyhounds extended the lead in the second half while shooting 50 percent from the floor. All 15 Moravian players saw at least three minutes of action in the game with 14 of them scoring a point. Junior guard Kim Hughes led the Greyhounds with 21 points while freshman forward Stephanie Seaman scored a career high 12 points and freshman guard Catherine Golden tossed in ten points. Senior forward Kelly McLean contributed nine points while senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski had eight points. Freshman forward Heather MacDonald scored seven points off the bench while junior guard Jen Ellard had six points in a reserve roll. Freshman forward Lindsay Brase, freshman guard Nicole Savino and junior forward Tracie Shipman each tallied five points in the victory. Moravian had a 43-42 advantage on the boards led by seven rebounds from sophomore guard Jen Behagg and five boards from Sarnocinski. Senior guard Tara Wozniak and junior guard Jackie Buschta each had four assists in the game while Hughes made four steals. The Greyhounds committed just seven turnovers in the contest while forcing Wesley into 28 turnovers.

Wesley (DE) College (3-5) 28 30 -- 58
Moravian College (8-2) 44 54 -- 98

Vs. Ursinus College - Won 91-40  Boxscore

Moravian extended its winning streak to six consecutive games with a 91-40 non-conference victory over Ursinus College. The Greyhounds jumped out to a 21-0 lead over the game's first ten minutes and a 38-22 halftime lead. Moravian outscored the Bears 53-18 in the second half while shooting 46 percent for the game (34 of 74). Freshman forward Catherine Golden scored a career high 15 points to lead a balanced scoring attack for the Greyhounds. Golden had a perfect night shooting as she was five-for-five from the floor, three-of-three behind the three-point line and two-of-two at the foul line. Senior guard Tara Wozniak netted 14 points while junior forward Tracie Shipman scored 12 points and junior guard Kim Hughes tossed in ten points. Senior forwards Kelly McLean and Kristen Sarnocinski each scored six points in the victory while sophomore guard Jen Behagg, junior guard Sarah Onkotz and freshman forward Stephanie Seaman each had five points. Seaman dished out a team high four assists in the game while Hughes led the squad with four steals. Moravian had a 48-27 advantage on the boards led by five rebounds each from Behagg and Hughes.

Ursinus College (3-7) 22 18 -- 40
Moravian College (7-2) 38 53 -- 91

Vs. Delaware Valley College - Won 70-59  Boxscore

The Greyhounds won their fifth straight game with a 70-59 victory over Delaware Valley College in non-conference action. Moravian, which led by one point at halftime, 29-28, pulled away in the second half thanks to a 16-for-20 free throw performance in the game's second 20 minutes while the Aggies attempted just eight free throws in the second, making seven. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski scored a career high 21 points while senior guard Tara Wozniak and junior guard Sarah Onkotz each netted ten points in the victory. Sanocinski was six-of-eight at the charity stripe while Wozniak was six-for-six. Both teams grabbed 49 rebounds in the game with Moravian senior forward Kelly McLean pulling down a game high 12 rebounds. McLean needs just four rebounds to move into fourth in school history and she needs just one point to move into 12th all-time after scoring six points in the game. Junior guard Kim Hughes added seven rebounds and five points. Hughes and Wozniak both had four steals while sophomore guard Jen Behagg contributed seven points, four rebounds and three assists.

Delaware Valley College (1-7) 28 31 -- 59
Moravian College (6-2) 29 41 -- 70

At Wilkes University - Won 82-68  Boxscore

Moravian played its first game in nearly a month and earned an 82-68 non-conference victory at Wilkes University. The Colonels had entered the game undefeated at 8-0. The Greyhounds jumped out to a 51-32 halftime lead after finishing the first half on a 33-13 run. Moravian shot 54.5 percent (18 of 33) from the floor and 58.8 percent (7 of 12) behind the three-point line in the game's first 20 minutes. The Greyhounds used a balanced attack with four players in double figures led by senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski with 16 points. Freshman guard Catherine Golden tossed in a career high 14 points while senior forward Kelly McLean had 11 points and senior guard Tara Wozniak netted 10 points. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg tied her career high with nine points while junior guards Kim Hughes and Sarah Onkotz each had six points. Moravian also had a 43-37 advantage on the boards in the game with McLean and Sarnocinski both grabbing six rebounds. Behagg also tied her career high with six assists in the contest. Junior guard Jackie Buschta had five rebounds while freshman forward Stephanie Seaman had five points. Freshman forward Lindsay Brase contributed four points.

Moravian College (5-2) 51 31 -- 82
Wilkes University (8-1) 32 36 -- 68

Vs. Drew University - Won 75-60   Boxscore

The Greyhounds won their final game before the holiday break with a 75-60 victory over Drew University on non-conference action. Moravian jumped out to a 39-25 halftime lead while shooting 45.2 percent (14 of 31) from the floor. The difference in the first half was at the foul line as the Greyhounds made nine of 13 attempts while the Rangers missed all three of their attempts. Moravian had another balanced attack in the game with 11 of 13 players scoring at least one point and only two in double figures. Senior guard Tara Wozniak scored a game and season high 18 points in the win while senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski added 12 points. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg added nine points and the trio each had four rebounds as Moravian held a 43-33 advantage on the boards. Sarnocinski and Wozniak both had four assists as well. Freshman guard Catherine Golden contributed eight points off bench while junior forward Tracie Shipman and freshman forward Heather MacDonald both had six points. Shipman pulled down a team high five rebounds while senior forward Kelly McLean, who was honored before the game for reaching the 1,000-point plateau, had five points and four boards. Shipman also led the team with four steals while Wozniak and junior guard Kim Hughes each had three thefts. Hughes and freshman forward Lindsay Brase both netted four points in the victory. Moravian will be off until January 4th.

Drew University (3-3) 25 35 -- 60
Moravian College (4-2) 39 36 -- 75

At Lebanon Valley College - Won 98-94 (overtime) Boxscore

Moravian, playing its third nationally ranked team of the season, pulled off an upset and remained undefeated in the Commonwealth Conference with a 98-94 overtime victory at #18 Lebanon Valley College. The Greyhounds led by as many as 12 points in the first half and Moravian held a nine-point lead in the second half. Moravian shot 57.5 percent (15 of 26) from the floor in the first half. Junior guard Kim Hughes led the Greyhounds in scoring with 25 points while senior forward Kelly McLean added 23 points. Hughes was seven of ten behind the three-point line in the game, which broke the Moravian single game record, while McLean, who became the 14th player in Moravian history to surpass 1,000 career points on a field goal with 3:09 left in overtime, has a team high ten rebounds and was seven of 12 from the charity stripe. Hughes also had four assists and six steals while McLean had two blocks. Senior guard Tara Wozniak contributed 16 points and six rebounds. Junior guard Sarah Onkotz added nine points in the game, all on three-pointers, while freshman guard Catherine Golden had eight points and four rebounds. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski and junior forward Tracie Shipman both had four assists with Shipman adding six boards. Moravian shot 50.8 percent (31 of 61) in the game and 58.8 percent behind the three-point line (10 of 17). The Flying Dutchmen were just one of 12 on three-pointers in the game but got 42 points from Stephanie Tighe, who became the all-time leading scorer in Lebanon Valley history.

Moravian College (3-2, 2-0 Common.) 43 41 14 -- 98
Lebanon Valley College (5-1, 1-1 Common.) 40 44 10 -- 94

At Muhlenberg College - Postponed

Moravian has had its non-conference game at rival Muhlenberg College for Thursday, December 5th postponed due to snow. The game has tentatively been rescheduled as part of a doubleheader with the men's teams at Muhlenberg College on Monday, February 3rd. The women's game would tip-off at 6:00 p.m. and would be followed by the men's game that is already scheduled for 8:00 p.m. that evening.

Vs. Albright College - Won 88-58 Boxscore

The Greyhounds opened the 2002-03 Commonwealth Conference season with an 88-58 victory over Albright College. Moravian opened a nine-point halftime lead, 35-26, before shooting 59 percent in the second half and out scoring the Lions 53-32 in the second 20 minutes. The Greyhounds had a balanced scoring attack in the game with 13 of the 14 players in uniform netting at least two points and only three players in double figures. Senior guard Tara Wozniak, who was honored before the game for becoming the 13th player in school history to score 1,000 points, led the team with 14 points versus Albright while senior forward Kelly McLean and junior guard Kim Hughes each netted 13 points. McLean led Moravian with seven rebounds and helped the Greyhounds hold a 40-34 advantage on the boards. Junior forward Tracie Shipman contributed nine points, three rebounds and three steals while freshman forward Heather MacDonald had eight points and three rebounds. Junior guard Sarah Onkotz pulled down five rebounds and added four points and four steals while sophomore guard Jen Behagg dished out a team high five assists to go with five points and four rebounds. Junior guard Jackie Buschta had four assists, three steals, three rebounds and three points while freshman forward Stephanie Seaman scored six points in the victory, which was also Moravian's first home game of the season.

Albright College (1-3, 1-1 Commonwealth) 26 32 -- 58
Moravian College (2-2, 1-0 Commonwealth) 35 53 -- 88

At DeSales University - Lost 81-73 Boxscore

Moravian dropped its second straight game to a nationally ranked squad, falling to local rival DeSales University, 81-73. The Bulldogs were ranked 18th in the preseason by D3hoops.com. The Greyhounds trailed by 19 points with 10:58 remaining in the contest before cutting DeSales' lead to three points with 2:32 left in the contest. Moravian had just two players scoring in double figures led by junior guard Kim Hughes with 18 points. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski added ten points, four rebounds and three assists while Hughes had a team high four assists. Senior guard Tara Wozniak contributed nine points and three steals while senior forward Kelly McLean had eight points and five rebounds. Freshman forward Stephanie Seaman led Moravian on the boards for the second straight game as she pulled down nine rebounds and Seaman also had seven points. Freshman guard Lindsay Brase also tallied seven points in the game while junior guard Sarah Onkotz had six points, four rebounds and three assists.

Moravian College (1-2) 27 46 -- 73
DeSales University (3-0) 38 43 -- 81

At Emmanuel College in Emmanuel Tap-Off Tournament - Lost 83-75 (ot) Boxscore

The Greyhounds dropped an 83-75 overtime decision to host Emmanuel College, ranked 25th in the nation in the preseason, in the championship game of the Emmanuel Tap-Off Tournament. Junior guard Kim Hughes earned a spot on the All-Tournament Team after scoring 22 points in the loss for Moravian. Senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski and junior guard Sarah Onkotz each scored ten points in the contest. Freshman forward Stephanie Seaman led the Greyhounds on the boards with nine rebounds and she added seven points. Sarnocinski contributed eight rebounds while Onkotz had six boards. Sophomore guard Jen Behagg tallied nine points and added seven rebounds and three steals while senior forward Kelly McLean had eight points, four rebounds and three assists. Moravian held at 31-27 halftime lead but the Greyhounds were outscored 19-11 in the overtime session.

Moravian College (1-1) 31 33 11 -- 75
Emmanuel College (2-0) 27 37 19 -- 83

Vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (FL) University at Emmanuel College Tap-Off Tournament - Won 78-63   Boxscore

Moravian opened the 2002-03 season with a 78-63 victory over Palm Beach Atlantic University in the opening game of the Emmanuel College Tap-Off Tournament in Boston. The Greyhounds had four players score in double figures led by 16 points from junior guard Kim Hughes. Senior guard Tara Wozniak scored 12 points in the game and became the 13th Greyhound player to reach 1,000 points on a lay-up with 14:09 remaining in the first half. Junior forward Tracie Shipman contributed 11 points in the victory while senior forward Kristen Sarnocinski had ten points and five rebounds. Hughes and junior guard Sarah Onkotz led the Greyhounds on the boards with seven rebounds each while junior guard Jackie Buschta and freshman forward Heather MacDonald had six rebounds each to give Moravian a 58-41 advantage on the boards. Sarnocinski and Wozniak each had five steals in the game while Onkotz and junior guard Kim Smith each had three assists.

Palm Beach Atlantic University (4-2) 34 29 -- 63
Moravian College (1-0) 39 39 -- 78