Steeves Court on the Crandall University campus was the location for a "Make Some Noise For Mental Health" match up between the ladies from UNBSJ and the Crandall University Chargers. The Seawolves led the entire way and were able to come away with a 68-47 win in Moncton.
The Seawolves were led by Kathryn Magee with 17 points and Megan Beasley who managed a double double with 13 points and 10 rebounds.
The Chargers were led by Madison McHatten, Emily Briggs and Morgan McHatten all with 12 points.
Crandall gets on the road tomorrow when they head down to Halifax to face the MSVU Mystics at 1:30pm.