Senior guard Brisje Malone, of Springfield, Mass., led Holy Cross with 23 points, six rebounds and seven assists while sophomore forward Raquel Scott, of Ridgewood, N.J., recorded 15 points, ten rebounds and five assists to help Holy Cross eliminate No. 1 Navy 75-56 in Annapolis, Md., in Patriot League quarterfinal play on Monday night.
The No. 5 Crusaders will travel to West Point on March 15 to face off against No. 2 Army at 6 p.m. in the Patriot League Championship. The winner will earn the Patriot League title and an NCAA Tournament bid. The game will be nationally televised on CBS Sports Network.
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