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Tribe Women's Basketball Continues Road Slate at Navy
Updated: Wednesday 12/03/2012 (ET)
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The William and Mary women's basketball team continues its seven-game road stand at Navy on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m.  Fans can follow the action online at with live stats.  Additionally, for the price of $9.95 fans can watch the contest live on

  Game Day Information  -  Game 7 at Navy 
When:     Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, 7 PM
 Where:    Annapolis, Md.  |  Campus Map  | Visiting Annapolis, Md.
Venue:    Alumni Hall | Parking Information (Important) | Seating Chart Included | Directions
Broadcast:    Watch Online | Live Stats
Game Notes:  William and Mary | NavyCAA | Patriot League
Season Stats: William and Mary | Navy | CAA | Patriot League

Austin Peay Postgame/Highlights | UTSA Highlights 

Flat Hat: College Splits Games in Texas

Scouting the Tribe
W&M heads to Navy on Tuesday night with a record of 2-4.  The College spent Thanksgiving in San Antonio, Texas, where it split a pair of contests in the UTSA Holiday Classic.  W&M opened play in San Antonio with a wire-to-wire victory over Austin Peay, 88-76, while it fell to UTSA, 76-50, in the finale.

Senior forward Emily Correal leads a potent Tribe attack with 15.8 ppg and 10.0 rpg. The Venetia, Pa., native is just 42 points shy of becoming the 17th player in school history to net 1,000 career points.  Senior Janine Aldridge is pouring in 13.2 points per contest, while classmate Taylor Hilton is averaging a career-best 11 points per outing.

Scouting Navy
Under the direction of fifth-year head coach Stefanie Pemper, Navy entertains the Tribe with a mark of 5-4.  In its last outing, the Mids dropped a 63-47 decision to High Point on Saturday night at Alumni Hall.  The setback snapped Navy's three-game winning streak as it entered the High Point tilt with consecutive victories over East Carolina (57-48), Air Force (60-37) and Jackson State (72-48).   

Navy is averaging 59.8 points per game, while it has held the opposition to 54.7 points per contest.  The Mids have limited opponents to less than 50 points on four occasions this season.  Junior Jade Geif leads a balanced Navy scoring output and leads the team with 12.4 points per game.  Junior's Kara Pollinger and Alix Membreno are adding 12.3 and 12.1 points per game to the mix, respectively. 

News and Notes:
- Tuesday night's contest will be the 14th meeting between W&M and Navy, as the Mids own an 8-5 series edge.  Additionally, the Mids are 4-1 against the College in Annapolis, Md.  Last season, Navy edged the Tribe, 61-58, at Kaplan Arena.  Senior Jaclyn McKenna paced the Tribe in last season's meeting with a team-high 17 points and seven rebounds.    

-  The 70-point mark has been key in the College's wins against the Mids.  In its five victories against Navy, the Green and Gold have averaged 71.6 points per triumph.

- Over the Thanksgiving Holiday, the College opened play in the UTSA classic with an 88-76 victory over Austin Peay.  Senior Taylor Hilton netted a career-high 23 points on 9-of-15 shooting from the floor, while classmate Janine Aldridge poured in 22 points against the Governors.  The College owned the advantage throughout, as it sprinted out to an early 20-5 advantage.  The lead grew to as many as 20-points on multiple occasions as W&M went wire-to-wire for the victory. 

- Against tournament host UTSA, senior Janine Aldridge became the 15th player in school history to score 1,000 career points.  The Massapequa, N.Y., native banked in point 1,001 at the 16:43 juncture of the opening half.  Aldridge finished the contest with seven points and a team-high three steals.  Additionally, with her three thefts at UTSA she became the sixth player in school history to register 200 career steals.  Aldridge is now one of four players in W&M history to net 1,000 career points and 200 career steals.

- As a team, the College is averaging 67.2 points per game, which is second in the Colonial Athletic Association.  Additionally, W&M leads the league with 94 assists and 79 steals.

- Individually, senior Taylor Hilton leads the conference with an assist-to-turnover ratio of 4.0.  The Washington, D.C., native also ranks fifth in the CAA with 3.3 dimes per outing.  Senior Janine Aldridge's 3.4 steals per game leads the league, while sophomore Kyla Kerstetter ranks fourth (2.4).  Senior Emily Correal continues an impressive senior campaign as she ranks fourth in the league in rebounding (10.0) and fifth in scoring (15.3).  



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