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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Eagles still seeking first win as they travel to S.C. State

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N.C. Central will get its second taste of MEAC competition in women's basketball tonight at 7, when the Eagles visit South Carolina State at Smith-Hammond-Middleton Center.

Freshman Joanna Miller (pictured), who leads Joli Robinson's club in scoring and assists, is still looking for her first taste of victory as a collegian as the Eagles are 0-5.

SCSU, which will play the Eagles twice this season, is 2-3. Robinson's assistant Antonio Davis is in his first season with NCCU after spending the previous two seasons as an assistant with the Bulldogs.

Tonight's game

N.C. Central at South Carolina State

[Tuesday, 7 p.m., Smith-Hammond-Middleton Center, Orangeburg]

SCSU leads series 4-1

Records: NCCU 0-5, SCSU 2-3.

Audio: NCCUEaglePride.com.

Coaches' records - NCCU: Joli Robinson 197-174; SCSU: Doug Robertson 61-60, 8-26 at SCSU.

Leading scorers - NCCU: Joanna Miller 16.6; SCSU: Sophilia Hipps 17.6.

Leading rebounders - NCCU: Latoya Bennett 6.4; SCSU: Paris Alston 7.6.

Assist leaders - NCCU: Joanna Miller 2.7; SCSU: Sophilia Hipps 4.1.

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