The Manhattanville College women's basketball team celebrated a Senior Day victory in their regular-season finale, defeating Yeshiva 85-28 and securing the No. 1 overall seed for the upcoming Skyline Conference Championship Tournament. The team honored the graduating Class of 2024 before the game, with the seniors contributing significantly to the record-setting success of the regular season. Kascic led the scoring with 19 points, Agostino added 15 points, and Downey scored 12, while Scrobola and Correia both contributed four points each. The Valiants' solid defense limited Yeshiva to a season-low point total, with Yeshiva shooting just 24% on the day. Manhattanville will host the semifinals next week, facing the winner of the first-round matchup between Saint Joseph's Long Island and Merchant Marine.

By the Numbers
  • Manhattanville's record: 22-3 overall, 19-1 against the Skyline, and winners of 12 straight games
  • Kascic's scoring output: 19 points, shooting .600 from the field
  • Agostino's regular-season three-pointers: 71, 8 shy of her single-season record from last year
  • Niyona Smith's performance: 12 points and 12 rebounds in 15 minutes on the floor
  • Yeshiva's shooting percentage: 24% on the day, with a 1-for-19 performance from beyond the arc
State of Play
  • Manhattanville holds the No. 1 seed for the Skyline Conference Championship Tournament
  • The team honored the graduating Class of 2024 before the game, with the seniors contributing significantly to the regular season's success
  • The Valiants will host the semifinals next week, facing the winner of the first-round matchup between Saint Joseph's Long Island and Merchant Marine
What's Next

Manhattanville will host the semifinals next week, facing the winner of the first-round matchup between Saint Joseph's Long Island and Merchant Marine.

Bottom Line

The Manhattanville College women's basketball team celebrated a Senior Day victory, securing the No. 1 seed for the upcoming Skyline Conference Championship Tournament after a stellar regular season, with the seniors making significant contributions to the team's success.