Morristown, N.J. -- Senior Sabrina Jarmolinski (Lakewood, NJ) scored 17 points, including her 1,000th career point, as visitor Saint Elizabeth fell to SUNY Cobleskill, 59-37, on Sunday afternoon at the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) women's basketball action. The Screaming Eagles are now 5-4 overall.
Entering in to the game, Jarmolinski only needed 10 points to reach her achievement. Jarmolinski netted the milestone point on a jump shot after grabbing the offensive rebound at the 11:50 mark in the second half. She went on to score 17 points, 14 rebounds, and 4 blocks. Jarmolinski is the tenth Eagle player to reach the 1,000 point plateau following teammate Maesoon Deeb last year.
As a freshman, Jarmolinski scored 127 points, grabbed 93 rebounds, and totaled 21 assists and 23 steals. During her sophomore year, Jarmolinski totaled 294 points, 184 rebounds, 38 assists and 49 steals. Last year, she totaled 388 points, 190 rebounds, 69 assists and 60 steals. Jarmolinski is the leading scorer for the Eagles averaging 20.7 points per game . In all four years, Jarmolinski has shot over 80 percent from the free throw line. Jarmolinski has totaled 573 rebounds so far in her career achieving another milestone.
Jarmolinski is currently ranked second in the NCAA National Rankings for free-throw percentage (93.3) and ninth for points per game (20.7). She is the leader in rebounds per game and points per game for the NEAC. Along with multiple player of the week honors, Jarmolinski was selected to the NEAC third team all-conference as a sophomore and second team all-conference as a junior.
The Eagles will honor Jarmolinski at home on Jan. 18 at 7:30pm as they face Lancaster Bible.