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12-2-2019
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GREENSBORO, N.C.  –  Currently riding a four-game winning streak, UNCG women's basketball faces Campbell on the road this Tuesday, in the midst of one of its best starts in the past three decades. While the Spartans sport a 5-2 record and have not lost since November 13th, the Camels will be in search of their first winning streak of 2019, after defeating Kennesaw State 63-51 last Monday. 

Who: Campbell
Where: John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center | Buies Creek, N.C.
When: Tuesday, December 3 | 7 p.m. 

Series History

-- The Spartans are 11-3 against Campbell all-time, and are 5-1 when playing the side in Buies Creek

-- UNCG fell 53-49 when last facing the Camels on November 11, 2018, with active senior Te'ja Twitty going 8-for-9 from the field to score 20 points and pull down eight rebounds

Five Facts To Know

-- With their most recent win over UNC Asheville, the Spartans' 5-2 start ties their best opening to a season since the 1991-92 campaign

-- The Spartans' 46.3 field goal percentage ranks 26th in Division I women's basketball, led by Aja Boyd, whose 61.7 shooting percentage sits 22nd

-- Guard Nadine Soliman is averaging 20.6 points per game this year, placing her 16th in the country 

-- UNCG leads the Southern Conference in both scoring offense and scoring defense, collecting an average of 71.4 points per game, while holding opponents to a 54.7 average

-- The Spartans scored a Division I program record in points against Erskine last week, pouring in 106, the second most in the team's all-time history

The Camels

-- UNCG will face an equally staunch defense in the Camels this Tuesday, with Campbell's 54.6 points allowed per game ranking 28th in the country

-- The Camels rank 23rd in the nation with an average of 8.6 made threes per game, with guard Kianna Speight accounting for 10 of her team's 43 shots made from beyond the arc

Coming Up Next

The Spartans come back home to host Georgia State this Saturday at 4 p.m. inside Fleming Gymnasium. UNCG has played the Panthers just once in its program history, dropping that decision 70-63 in Atlanta on November 7, 2018

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