Women’s Basketball Roundup: RMU vs. Fairleigh Dickinson

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Women’s Basketball Roundup: RMU vs. Fairleigh Dickinson

Anna Niki Stamolamprou's 16 point performance against Iowa Friday wasn't enough as the Colonials fell on the road.

Anna Niki Stamolamprou's 16 point performance against Iowa Friday wasn't enough as the Colonials fell on the road.

Cortney Peasley

Anna Niki Stamolamprou's 16 point performance against Iowa Friday wasn't enough as the Colonials fell on the road.

Cortney Peasley

Cortney Peasley

Anna Niki Stamolamprou's 16 point performance against Iowa Friday wasn't enough as the Colonials fell on the road.

Ian Kist, Staff Reporter

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February 13, 2016

Fairleigh Dickinson 60 (10-16, NEC 7-6), RMU 52 (14-10, NEC 8-5): The Colonials traveled to Hackensack, New Jersey for a battle with conference foe Fairleigh Dickinson. It was an outcome the the Colonials were not looking for as they suffered an eight point, 60-52 defeat to the Knights. The Colonials held a 29-25 lead at the midway point and outscored their opponent 20-12 in the third quarter and pushed their lead to 49-37 going into the final quarter of play. However, the Knights held RMU to only three points in the fourth quarter as they scored to 23 to take the lead and eventually knock off Robert Morris. Sophomore Jocelynne Jones led the Colonials offensively with 12 points and not far behind was junior Anna Niki Stamolamprou who scored 10 total points. RMU as a team shot 29.9 percent from the field and 16.7 percent from beyond the three-point mark.

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