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UNCW faced Western Carolina in “Seahawk Tomorrow” game

Kylah Silver dribbles past her defender towards the basket (UNCW Athletic Department)

On Nov. 16, the UNCW Women’s Basketball team played the Western Carolina Catamounts in an out-of-conference matchup for their “Seahawk Tomorrow” game. UNCW comes in at a 1-1 record, while WCU brings  a 1-2 record.  There were 1,800 students in attendance from 14 schools and six counties in total.  

The Seahawks held the advantage 16-10 through the first quarter. Evan Miller, senior guard made a three-point attempt on the first offensive possession of the game, which electrified the crowd of students. Students of all ages filled the stands. The game remained close throughout most of the game, but after halftime, the score shifted. The Seahawks offense scored 11 points on 4/12 in the 3rd quarter. The 4th quarter was similar for the Seahawks, who scored 5 points on 2/15 including 0/5 from three.  

The final score of the game was 54-43, with Western Carolina coming away with the victory. The total attendance of the game was 3,370 people. Freshman guard, Kylah Silver, led the way for the Seahawks, scoring 9 points on 4-12 shooting, 1-2 from three. Guards, McCall King and Britany Range made two three -pointers each.  

This game would bring UNCW’s record to 1-2, and WCU to 2-2. UNCW’s next game will be on Dec. 3 against Iowa State, in Ames, Iowa 

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