KINGSTON, R.I. - The Saint Joseph's women's basketball team caps a two-game road swing this Wednesday at Rhode Island at 11 a.m.

• Wednesday’s game is set for an 11 a.m. tip as part of the Rams’ annual kids day event for area school children.
• The Hawks are looking to bounce back after having their four-game win streak snapped in voertime at Dayton on Saturday, 64-59.
• The Hawks’ four-game win streak was their longest since 2014-15 when they won five straight (2/18/15 - 3/5/15).
• Saint Joseph’s finished with four players in double figures versus the Flyers, with juniors Adashia Franklyn and Chelsea Woods each tallying a team-best 14 points.
• Sophomore Sarah Veilleux chipped in with 11 points and enters Wednesday as the Atlantic 10 leader in three-point percentage at 42.4 percent (25-of-59).
• Wednesday marks the 61st meeting between Saint Joseph’s and Rhode Island.
• The Hawks hold a 52-8 edge in the all-time series, but have lost two of the last three meetings to the Rams.

Series History Saint Joseph’s vs. Rhode Island
All-Time Series: SJU leads 52-8
Last Meeting: 3/3/16, URI, 81-76
Last SJU Win: 2/20/16, 74-63
Last URI Win: 3/3/16, 81-76
Current SJU Streak: L-1

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