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Marshall Women Down Longwood 62-48
With the win, Marshall improves to 7-2 while Longwood falls to 2-7.
For the game the Herd shot 25-of-61(41%) from the field while limiting the Lancers to 16-of-47(34%).
Marshall outrebounded Longwood 44-34 led by Erica Woods 7 rebounds.
Joining Elliot in double figures for the Herd was Chukwuka Ezeigbo and Erica Woods who scored 13 points apiece.