GAME DAY QUICK FACTS:
The Teams: Holy Cross (15-9, 7-6 PL) vs. Lehigh (11-12, 4-8 PL)
Date: Saturday, February 15, 2014
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Place: Hart Recreation Center (3,600)
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Series Record: Holy Cross leads, 39-17
Last Meeting: Lehigh 87, Holy Cross 82 (January 18, 2014; Bethlehem, Pa.)
PROBABLE HOLY CROSS STARTERS:
Pos., No., Name, Ht., Cl.
G, 2, Brisje Malone, 5-9, Sr.
G, 22, Alex Smith, 5-8, Sr.
F, 31, Raquel Scott, 6-0, So.
F, 34, Christine Ganser, 6-1, Sr.
C, 40, Molly Hourigan, 6-4, So.
INSIDE THE SERIES:
Overall: Holy Cross leads, 39-17
At Holy Cross: Holy Cross leads, 19-8
At Lehigh: Holy Cross leads, 16-9
Current Win Streak: Lehigh, one game
First Meeting: At Holy Cross on Feb. 2, 1991 (HC, 75-55)
Last Holy Cross Win: At Holy Cross on March 7, 2013 (64-59)
Last Lehigh Win: At Lehigh on Jan. 18, 2014 (87-82)
In Overtime Games: Holy Cross leads, 2-1
Bill Gibbons vs. Lehigh: 39-17
Sue Troyan vs. Holy Cross: 16-27
SETTING THE STAGE: The Holy Cross women's basketball team (15-9, 7-6 PL) will play its 25th game of the season on Saturday, Feb. 15, when it hosts Lehigh (11-12, 4-8 PL) at the Hart Center for a 3:00 p.m. affair. The Mountain Hawks claimed the first game of the season series on Jan. 18, 2014 with a 87-82 victory in Bethlehem, Pa. Last season, the two teams split their regular season games, before the Crusaders defeated Lehigh in the quarterfinal round of the Patriot League Tournament by a score of 64-59 on March 7, 2013. The Mountain Hawks had a 10-game winning streak against Holy Cross from 2009-2013, before the Crusaders won a pair of contests last season. In games played at the Hart Center, Holy Cross holds a 19-8 overall record. This series dates back to Feb. 2, 1991, where Holy Cross claimed the 75-55 victory in Worcester. The Crusaders won 26 of the first 27 matchups between these two teams from 1991-2001.
LAST TIME OUT: The Crusaders are coming off a tough-fought 92-85 victory at Army on Feb. 12. With Holy Cross ahead 15-12 at the 11:23 mark of the first half, it exploded on a 23-8 run to gain the 38-20 advantage with 2:49 on the clock. Army cut the deficit to 40-30 with 21 seconds left in the half, but a three-pointer by Alex Smith (Delran, N.J.) gave HC the 43-30 lead at intermission. In the second half, the Crusaders kept the double-digit lead, until the Black Knights were able to bring the score to 74-72 with 6:51 left. Smith canned a three-pointer to give the Crusaders the five point edge (77-72), as they would not let their lead dip below five points for the remainder of the game. Sophomore Raquel Scott (Ridgewood, N.J.) recorded her 12th double-double with a career-best 27 points and 11 rebounds. Smith totaled 23 points and five caroms, while sophomore Kate Gillespie (Washington, D.C.) had a career-high 16 points on five of six shooting from downtown. Sophomore Molly Hourigan (Memphis, N.Y.) tallied nine points, 10 rebounds and a career-best eight blocked shots. Army was led by Kelsey Minato, who scored a Patriot League-record 49 points.
CRUSADERS CONTINUE PATRIOT LEAGUE SLATE: Through 13 games in the Patriot League schedule, Holy Cross is tied for fifth place with Lafayette in the conference with a 7-6 overall record. The Crusaders trail Navy (11-2), American (10-3), Army (9-3) and Bucknell (8-5) in the league standings.
HOLY CROSS HOSTS WINTER HOMECOMING: During the game versus Lehigh, the Holy Cross women's basketball team will be celebrating numerous events. The game is part of Holy Cross' winter homecoming celebration, in which the MVP of the contest will receive the Rev. George L. O'Brien Award. In addition, the women's basketball program will honor its graduating members with a pregame "Senior Day" ceremony. The team will also host its annual "Pink Zone" game to raise money for Pink Revolution. T-shirts will be sold for $10.00 with all money going to Pink Revolution.
WHAT'S TRENDING?: Holy Cross has done well this season when it scores 70 or more points in a game, as its record is 12-3 in those contests. When the Crusaders hold teams under 70 points, they are 13-2, while they are 14-1 in games where they hold the halftime lead. In games played on Wednesdays, Holy Cross is 7-1.
AN ELITE CLUB: Senior Alex Smith is one of seven current Division I women's basketball players who have accumulated over 1,500 points, 500 assists and 400 rebounds in a career. Smith is also the only Holy Cross player ever to achieve those numbers as she has totaled 1,546 points, 525 assists and 431 rebounds as a Crusader.
MILESTONES WITHIN REACH: Many current Crusader players are closing in on Holy Cross records or personal milestones. Senior Alex Smith is currently eighth all-time in Holy Cross history with 1,546 career points and is 10 points from seventh place. She is also seven dimes away from fifth place in both Holy Cross' and the Patriot League's assist record book, while she is three steals from 200 in her career, which would be the 10th most in Holy Cross history. Senior Brisje Malone (Springfield, Mass.) is 25 points away from becoming the 30th player in Holy Cross history with 1,000 career points. She is now in ninth place all-time with 423 career assists and is 12 helpers from eighth place in Holy Cross history. Malone and Smith are the only two Crusaders ever to accumulate over 900 points, 400 assists and 400 rebounds in a career, as Malone currently has 975 points, 423 assists, and 446 rebounds. Sophomore Molly Hourigan (Memphis, N.Y.) ranks seventh in Holy Cross history with 84 blocked shots and is one shy of sixth place on the all-time list and three shy of current teammate, junior Emily Parker (Johnston, Iowa) who is in fifth place with 87 swats. Parker crossed the 400 rebounds plateau at Bucknell as she now has career totals of 655 points and 407 rebounds.
SCOUTING REPORT: Lehigh comes into this contest with an 11-12 overall record and is in eighth place in the conference with a 4-8 mark. The Mountain Hawks are coming off a 69-56 loss to American on Feb. 12, but had won their two previous contests versus Boston University (67-54) and Loyola Maryland (50-47). Its other two wins this season came versus Holy Cross (87-82) and Colgate (76-69). The Mountain Hawks are led by sophomore Kerry Kinek, who leads the team with 15.8 points and 7.1 rebounds per contest. Junior Katie O'Reilly ranks second on Lehigh with 10.6 points per game, while sophomore Elizabeth Sharlow averages 8.6 points and 5.5 boards per contest. Lehigh is led by head coach Sue Troyan, who is in her 19th season at the helm of the Mountain Hawks and has compiled an overall record of 297-254. Prior to her head coaching position, Troyan was an assistant coach for Lehigh.
NEXT TIME OUT: After the game with Lehigh, the Crusaders will take to the road for their next two contests. On Wednesday, Feb. 19, Holy Cross will travel to Lafayette for a 7:00 p.m. contest, while on Saturday, Feb 22, the team will make the trip to Annapolis, Md. for a 2:00 p.m. contest with Navy.
RAQ-ING UP THE REBOUNDS: Holy Cross sophomore forward Raquel Scott (Ridgewood, N.J.) has been a key reason for the Crusaders' success this season with her dominant play in the paint. Scott currently leads the squad with 16.0 points and 9.1 rebounds, while shooting at a 48.2 percent clip from the field (146 of 303). Scott has led Holy Cross in rebounding in 18 of the 24 games this season and leads the squad and also the Patriot League with 12 double-doubles. Scott is coming off her best offensive game of the season at Army (2/12), as she notched her 12th double-double of the season with a career-best 27 points and 11 rebounds. She went 13 of 18 from the free throw line versus the Black Knights. At Bucknell (2/8), she tallied 10 points and five boards in 16 minutes of action, while in the win over Colgate (2/5), Scott poured in a team-high 15 points and four rebounds to go along with a career-best eight assists. Versus American (2/1), she was limited to eight points and three rebounds, while at Loyola (1/29), she recorded her 11th double-double of the season with 16 points and a game-best 12 caroms. In the three games prior to Loyola, she recorded double-doubles versus Navy (10 points, 11 rebounds), Lafayette (18 points, 12 rebounds) and Lehigh (23 points, 16 rebounds). She also played well versus Army (15 points, five rebounds, three steals), Colgate (16 points, career-best 16 rebounds), American (15 points, 10 rebounds), Boston University (career-best 24 points, 10 rebounds), Boston College (16 points, 10 rebounds), Fordham (21 points, eight rebounds), Massachusetts (21 points, 12 rebounds), Manhattan (15 points, 13 rebounds), Northeastern (17 points, 10 rebounds) and Dartmouth (22 points, seven rebounds, five assists). On Dec. 2, Scott was named Patriot League Anaconda Sports Player of the Week, in helping the Crusaders to a pair of victories over UMass and Manhattan. For her performance against Dartmouth, Scott was named the GoHolyCross.com Crusader of the Week (11/11).
SMITH PLAYS WELL AT THE POINT: Senior guard Alex Smith has been a key player to this year's team at the point guard position. She is the only player on the roster to start in all 24 games and currently averages 14.1 points, 5.1 assists, 3.3 rebounds and 1.7 steals per contest. Smith also has a .420 shooting percentage (121 of 288) and has drilled 70 of 180 from behind the arc (38.9 percent). In the last game at Army (2/12), Smith tallied 23 points and went four of eight from behind the arc, while she hauled in five boards. At Bucknell (2/8), she totaled 12 points and five helpers, while in the win over Colgate (2/5), she canned a trio of three-pointers en route to an 11 point performance. Versus American (2/1), Smith recorded 15 points and a contest-high seven assists while also scoring her 1,500th point. At Loyola (1/29) she tallied a game-best 17 points and five rebounds, as she went four of six from behind the arc, while versus Navy (1/25), Smith totaled 11 points and a game-best six assists and also eclipsed the 500 career assist milestone. She also played well versus Lafayette (22 points, five assists), Lehigh (19 points, six rebounds, five assists), Army (19 points, six rebounds), Bucknell (17 points, seven assists), Quinnipiac (career-best 31 points – set Holy Cross record for most points (27) in one half), Northeastern (15 points, eight assists), Manhattan (13 points, eight assists), UMass (23 points, five three-pointers made), Bryant (19 points, five rebounds, five steals) and UMass Lowell (17 points, seven rebounds, seven assists, four steals). She was named Patriot League Anaconda Player of the Week on Dec. 23. For her career, Smith has 1,546 points (eighth in HC history), 525 assists (sixth in HC history), 431 rebounds and 197 steals.
MIFSUD WITH INCREASED ROLE IN BACKCOURT: Crusader sophomore guard Lisa Mifsud (Erie, Pa.) has played a significant role in the backcourt this season for Holy Cross. She has started in 22 of the 24 games this year and is currently averaging 10.5 points, 3.3 assists and 2.0 rebounds per contest. Mifsud has also drained 34.3 percent of her shots from behind the arc (36 of 105), which is second on the team. She led the team during the last game at Bucknell (2/8) with 16 points and five assists as well as a three for six clip from behind the arc. In the win over Colgate (2/5), she posted 12 points and four assists, while at Loyola (1/29), Mifsud scored 10 points and went five of six from the charity stripe. She scored a team-high 12 points versus Navy (1/25), while in the win over Lafayette (1/22), she recorded 19 points and a team-best six assists, as she was five of eight shooting from behind the arc. At Lehigh (1/18), Mifsud tallied 15 points, seven rebounds (tied a career-high) and three rebounds, while against Army (1/15), she posted 12 points and a team-best six assists. Mifsud set a career-high with 23 points versus Bucknell (1/11). She also played well versus Colgate (10 points), American (nine points, three assists), Boston College (11 points), Fordham (11 points, four assists), Manhattan (11 points, three three-pointers), UMass Lowell (15 points, seven assists, five rebounds) and Dartmouth (12 points, four helpers).
HOURIGAN PLAYS BIG DOWN LOW: Holy Cross sophomore center Molly Hourigan has played well this season for Holy Cross and is averaging 5.8 points, 4.9 rebounds and 2.2 blocks through 24 games played. Over the past nine games, Hourigan has compiled 36 blocked shots and currently ranks second in the Patriot League. In the win over Army (2/12), Hourigan tallied nine points, 10 rebounds and a career-best eight blocked shots. In the win against Colgate (2/5), she totaled nine points, a team-high seven rebounds and three blocks, while versus American (2/1), she posted seven points, four boards and two blocked shots. In the win over Loyola (1/29), Hourigan had her best game in a Crusader uniform as the sophomore notched her first career double-double with 16 points (ties career-best) and a career-high 10 rebounds. Hourigan also had good games versus Navy (seven points, nine rebounds, five blocks), Lehigh (12 points, five blocks), Army (six blocks), Iowa State (10 points, five rebounds), Boston College (seven rebounds), Northeastern (eight rebounds), UMass Lowell (10 points and five rebounds) and Dartmouth (seven points, seven rebounds and three blocks).
PARKER STRONG IN THE POST: Holy Cross junior Emily Parker has been an important cog in the frontcourt this season for the Crusaders and saw her first action in seven games in the win over Colgate (2/5). Through 17 games played, she averages 11.2 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per contest. She is also shooting at a 52.9 percent clip (72 of 136) from the field. At Bucknell (2/8), Parker totaled 15 points and hauled in a team-high eight rebounds, while also recording her 400th career carom. Versus the Raiders, she played 11 minutes and tallied eight points and five rebounds. Prior to her injury, Parker recorded a career-best 23 points and 12 rebounds at Colgate (1/8), while against American (1/5) she tallied 17 points and eight rebounds. Parker also played well versus Boston University (12 points nine rebounds, three blocks), Saint Louis (13 points), Quinnipiac (12 points), Fordham/Northeastern (eight points, eight rebounds), Manhattan (eight points, five rebounds, four blocks), UMass (11 points, 12 rebounds), Bryant (14 points, five rebounds), UMass Lowell (13 points, seven rebounds) and Dartmouth (11 points, nine rebounds). She was named the GoHolyCross.com Crusader of the Week (1/6).
MALONE PUTTING UP GREAT NUMBERS: Senior guard Brisje Malone has had a great season for the Crusaders thus far and currently averages 9.7 points, 4.9 rebounds and 4.5 assists per contest. She also ranks first on the team with 1.8 steals per game. In the win over Army (2/12), Malone tallied seven points and six assists. At Bucknell (2/8), she totaled 15 points, four assists and four steals, while moving into 10th place in HC history in career helpers. In the win over Colgate (2/5), Malone tallied nine points, three assists and a trio of swipes, while at Loyola (1/29), she made the start and posted eight points and five rebounds. After missing four games with an injury, Malone saw action off the bench versus Navy (1/25). Malone also played well versus Colgate (12 points, five assists), American (seven points, nine rebounds), Boston University (19 points, five rebounds, five assists), St. Louis (11 points, eight rebounds, game-winning basket), Quinnipiac (15 points, 12 assists, nine rebounds; second double-double of season), Northeastern (14 points, seven rebounds, seven assists), Manhattan (11 points, eight assists, seven rebounds, five steals) and UMass Lowell (16 points, 12 rebounds; third career double-double). She was named the GoHolyCross.com Crusader of the Week (12/30). Malone is just 25 points away from 1,000 in her career.
GANSER AND SULLIVAN BACK IN ACTION: Holy Cross forwards, senior captain Christine Ganser (Needham, Mass.) and junior Clare Sullivan (Belmont, Mass.) have both returned to action after missing most of the season with injuries. Ganser is averaging 4.0 points and 3.0 rebounds in 16.5 minutes per game. In the win over Colgate, she hauled in six boards, while versus American (2/1), she totaled a season-best nine points to go along with four rebounds. She earned her first start of the season versus Navy (1/25) and scored eight points, while in the win over Lafayette (1/22), she totaled five points and five rebounds. Sullivan, who missed 12 contests, saw her first game action since Nov. 16 versus Bucknell (1/11) and is averaging 3.2 points and 0.9 rebounds per contest. Against the Bison, she tallied six points and two boards in 10 minutes, while she scored six points at Lehigh (1/18) and versus Lafayette (1/22).
BACKCOURT DEPTH: Holy Cross has used a trio of guards off the bench this season to give it the ability to have many different lineups. Senior Kelly Hamner (Manassas, Va.) has played in 23 games and provides the Crusaders with a physical on-ball defender. She is averaging 1.4 points and 1.7 rebounds per game this season. Second-year players Kate Gillespie (Washington, D.C.) and Jenn Walsh (Dallas, Texas) also have seen action this season off the bench. Gillespie has her best game as a Crusader in the win over Army (2/12). She totaled 16 points on five of six shooting from behind the arc. Gillespie has played in 23 games and averages 2.1 points and 1.0 rebounds per contest, while Walsh has seen action in seven games.
FRESHMEN SEE EXPANDED ROLE: Holy Cross freshmen Jenn Dynis (St Louis, Mo.) and Madelyn Ganser (Needham, Mass.) have helped the Crusaders off the bench this season. Ganser, the sister of senior forward Christine, has played in 20 games and averages 1.3 points and 2.0 rebounds in 11.6 minutes per game. She posted four points and tied a career-high with four rebounds versus Army (1/15), while she had three points and four rebounds against Bucknell (1/11). Ganser scored a career-best five points at Manhattan. Dynis has appeared in 17 games, with one start at UMass Lowell. Versus the Riverhawks, she recorded a career-best 11 points and five rebounds.
SMITH AND GANSER NAMED 2013-2014 CAPTAINS: This season, the Crusaders will have two senior captains. Forward Christine Ganser and guard Alex Smith will lead the Crusaders during the 2013-2014 campaign. Smith was co-captain with graduate Amy Lepley during the 2012-2013 season.
CRUSADERS PICKED FOURTH IN PRESEASON POLL: Holy Cross was picked to finish fourth in the 2013-2014 Patriot League preseason poll, receiving 112 points. Navy was tabbed to finish first in the poll after receiving 157 points and 14 first-place votes. Army was picked second in the poll with 133 points and three first-place votes, while new conference member Boston University finished in third place with 128 points and three first-place votes. After the Crusaders at fourth, Lehigh was picked fifth with 97 points and American was tabbed sixth with 87 points. Bucknell (seventh, 62 points), new league member Loyola (Md.) (eighth, 54 points), Lafayette (ninth, 37 points) and Colgate (10th, 33 points) round out the 10 teams in the Patriot League. Navy senior forward Jade Geif was named Preseason Player of the Year. Kelsey Minato of Army, Rashidat Agboola of BU, Kerry Kinek of Lehigh, Alex Smith of Holy Cross and Geif were all named to the Preseason All-League team.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS 2.0: The Crusaders motto of "unfinished business" will carry over to this season, as the team was bested for the second straight year in the Patriot League championship game by Navy. After earning the fourth seed in the Patriot League Tournament in 2012-2013, Holy Cross defeated Lehigh and Colgate, both at home, to earn a trip to the championship contest. The Mids, however, claimed the 72-53 victory to earn their third consecutive Patriot League title. Holy Cross will look to improve on its No.4 seed from last season to put itself in position to host multiple tournament games and earn a trip to the NCAA tournament.
SMITH NOMINATED FOR PAIR OF AWARDS: Alex Smith has been nominated for a pair of Division I women's basketball awards. Prior to the season, she was named one of the 30 candidates for the Senior CLASS Award for Division I women's basketball. The Senior CLASS Award recognizes NCAA student-athletes who have notable achievements in four area of excellence – community, classroom, character and competition. The 30 candidates will be narrowed down to 10 finalists midway through the regular season and those names will be placed on the official ballot. More recently, Smith was one of 52 Division I women's basketball players nominated to the Allstate Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Good Works Team. In its second year, the Allstate WBCA Good Works Team honors players at all levels of college basketball who represent the sport's finest in the areas of leadership and charitable achievements amongst their peers. A total of 84 women's basketball players from all levels of collegiate play were listed as nominees for the Allstate Good Works Team. From the 84 WBCA nominees submitted by coaches and sports information directors across the nation on behalf of their schools, special voting panels will select one 10-member team comprised of five student-athletes from the NCAA® Division I level and five student-athletes from NCAA® Divisions II, III and the NAIA. More information about the Allstate WBCA Good Works Team® is available at www.wbca.org. For more information about the Senior CLASS award, go to www.seniorclassaward.com/womensbasketball.
HELP ME HELP YOU: Holy Cross' impressive start to the season is a testament to its selflessness on the offensive end of the floor. As of Feb. 9, the Crusaders are ranked 11th in the nation and first in the Patriot League with 18.2 assists per contest. The Crusaders have had over 20 helpers in a game eight times this season and have assists on 70 percent of their field goals. Against Manhattan, Holy Cross dished out 26 assists on 29 field goals and had a season-best 28 assists on 32 shots in the season opener versus Dartmouth. As of the Feb. 9 rankings, Alex Smith is 49th in the country with 5.1 helpers per contest, while Brisje Malone is 99th in the nation with 4.5 assists per game. Last season, Holy Cross ranked first in the Patriot League and 34th in the nation with 15.5 assists per contest.
HOLY CROSS' HIGH OCTANE OFFENSE: The Holy Cross offense has been a big part of its success this season. The Crusaders currently rank first in assists per game (18.2), field goal percentage (42.6) and scoring offense (70.7), and fourth in scoring margin (+4.0). Holy Cross has four players (Raquel Scott, Alex Smith, Emily Parker and Lisa Mifsud) who all are averaging double-digit points per game. The Crusaders have scored a season-best 92 points on two occasions (UMass Lowell and Army), while they tallied 84 points in the season opener versus Dartmouth. Holy Cross has scored 80 or more points in six contests this season, which is the most games since 2002-03. Last year, the Crusaders ranked first in the Patriot League in points per game (59.9), field goal percentage (.414) and second in the conference in three-pointers per game (5.7) and three-point field goal percentage (.332).
HOLY CROSS IN THE NCAA STATISTICS: This season, the Crusaders are ranked in the Top-75 in the NCAA Division I leaders in four statistical categories. In addition, Alex Smith, Brisje Malone, Raquel Scott and Molly Hourigan are all ranked in the Top-75 in six individual statistics as well. The rankings through games on Feb. 9:
|Category||Rank||Player / Team||Value|
|Assists Per Game||11||Holy Cross||18.3|
|Assist/Turnover Ratio||14||Holy Cross||1.3|
|Three-Pointers Per Game||27||Alex Smith||2.87|
|Blocks Per Game||48||Molly Hourigan||1.96|
|Turnovers Per Game||50||Holy Cross||14.1|
|Three-Point Percentage||67||Alex Smith||38.4|
HOME SWEET HOME: Holy Cross boasts a very strong record when playing at the Hart Center. In now their 40th season, the Crusaders have an all-time record winning percentage of .737 when playing their games at home (359-128). Since Holy Cross went to Division I during the 1982-83 season, they hold an even better .757 winning percentage with a record of 320-103 at the Hart Center.
CRUSADER VISION & THE PATRIOT LEAGUE NETWORK: Live video streaming of all Holy Cross home non-conference games and most Patriot League regular season games during the 2013-2014 season will be available over the internet through Crusader Vision and the Patriot League Network. The package, done in association with Campus Insiders, is available free of charge. For details on how to view games through Crusader Vision or the Patriot League Network, visit 'www.GoHolyCross.com' or "www.PatriotLeague.org".
ON THE RADIO: Seven of the Crusaders' basketball contests during the 2013-2014 season will be carried by Emmanuel Radio, WNEB 1230 AM in Worcester. Holy Cross Hall of Famer Bob Fouracre is in his 27th season calling the play-by-play for Crusader basketball on the radio. In addition, Jeremy Lechan and Dick Lutsk are in their 10th year on the Holy Cross broadcast crew, and will handle either play-by-play or color commentary for selected games. All games aired on Emmanuel Radio can also be heard live over the internet at 'www.1230radio.com'. WCHC 88.1 FM, the Holy Cross student station, will also carry a number of games this year.
ON TELEVISION: Holy Cross will have at least three games shown on live television during the 2013-2014 season. The Crusaders had five appearances last season, while appearing seven times in 2011-2012. Holy Cross was on television five times in 2010-11 and six times in 2009-10. Here is a look at Holy Cross' television schedule for the 2013-2014 season:
Jan. 2 vs. Boston University: Charter TV3
Jan. 18 at Lehigh: Service Electric Cable Network
Feb. 26 vs. Loyola (Md.): Charter TV3
ON THE INTERNET: Information on Crusader basketball and all 26 other varsity sports is available through the Holy Cross Athletics home page at "www.GoHolyCross.com". In addition, links to Holy Cross basketball audio broadcasts and live video streaming can be found on the home page. Updates on Holy Cross Athletics can also be found at "www.facebook.com/HolyCrossAthletics" and "www.twitter.com/GoHolyCross".
ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Updates on Holy Cross basketball can be found through the Holy Cross Athletics pages on the following social media networks: