Senior Night Preview: UMaine-Fort Kent vs. Lady Owls

Senior Night Preview:  UMaine-Fort Kent vs. Lady Owls

Women's Basketball: UMFK Bengals @UMPI Owls 


5:30pm Thursday, February 7, 2013


Wieden Gym  /  Presque Isle, ME

Last Meeting

UMFK 62, UMPI 47 (12-5-12)

Live Webcast 

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Blue Out:  Fans are encouraged to all wear blue t-shirts to show their suppport for the Owls in their final home game of the season.  A limited amount of blue shirts will be available for fans wishing to participate.

Senior Night:  Owls' lone senior, Emily Pelletier, will be honored with a brief ceremony prior to the announcing of starting lineups and national anthem.


University of Maine-Presque Isle OWLS

2012 Record 7-14
Head Coach Marc Heidorf
Last Game WIN, 77-66 vs. Fisher College (2-3-13)
Affiliation NCAA Division III & USCAA
Conference Association of NCAA Division III Independents
About the Owls

*Thursday night will also be the final home game in the college career ofEmily Pelletier (Sr./Fort Kent, ME).  With four games remaining on the schedule, the four-year starter is on pace to set personal bests in:  points per game, free throws made, free throws attempted, rebounds, and assists this season.

* Guard Olivia McNally (Jr./Sherman, ME) was named this week's Association of NCAA Division III Independents "Player of the Week" for women's basketball on Tuesday.  McNally had 18 points, 9 assists, and 8 rebounds vs. Fisher on Sunday.

* Last time vs. Fort Kent, Doni Yendriga (Fr./Conneaut, ME) paced the team with 17 points and 7 rebounds.


University of Maine-Fort Kent BENGALS

2012 Record 15-9
Head Coach Bradley Holabird
 Last Game WIN, 66-38 at Eastern Maine CC (2-4-13)
 Affiliation USCAA
 Conference Independent
About the Bengals

*  The Bengals come into Thursday night's contest winners of their last five.

*  UMFK has gone to the free throw line a stunning 223 more times than their opponents through 24 games this season.

*  In their win over the Owls back in December, the Bengals owned a 55-36 rebounding advantage.