The Pirate seniors combined for 50 points to help The Hall finish in second place in the BIG EAST
Tabatha Richardson-Smith had 27 points and Tiffany Jones notched a double-double
Tabatha Richardson-Smith is now The Hall's all-time leading scorer with 1,810 career points
Check out the photo gallery from the NCAA Tournament Round One women's basketball game against Duquense.
2015-16: Played in 29 contests and averaged 7.9 minutes per game…finished with 1.5 points and 0.7 rebounds a contest…knocked down 11 trifectas on the year…hit a 3-pointer in the season opener vs. Bryant (Nov. 13)…scored five points at Marquette (Jan. 31)…had a crucial blocked shot and grabbed a career-high four rebounds vs. Villanova (Feb. 14)…buried 2-of-5 from 3-point range to finish with a season-high seven points at Butler (Feb. 19)…scored six points and drilled a pair of triples vs. Creighton (Feb. 26).2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS
• Appeared in 20 games, averaging 0.7 points and 0.3 rebounds per game.
• Knocked down a 3-pointer and finished with five points in eight minutes in a win over Fairfield on Dec. 18.
• Scored six points in six minutes off the bench in a win over Saint Peter's on Nov. 29.
• Made her collegiate debut in the season opener against Rider on Nov. 14, playing 10 minutes off the bench.
High School: Two sport standout at Anoka High School as a member of the girls' basketball and track & field teams... Scored 1,451 points over her four-year career to rank second in school history; was just the fourth player in school history to eclipse 1,000-career points... Averaged 15.8 points per game as a senior when she was named All-Conference while leading Anoka to a 22-8 overall record and a sectional championship... Led Anoka in scoring for four-straight years... Also won sectional tournament titles as a freshman and junior... Named a Minnesota Girls' Basketball Coaches Association All-Star in 2014... Played AAU Basketball with the Minnesota Fury in 2013... Won the sectional championship in the high jump as a senior and tied for fifth at the Class AA state championship by clearing 5-feet-4-inches... Named the 2014 Anoka High School Honor Athlete.