Prince George's continues its seven-game homestand with against Northern Virginia Community College on Tuesday.
The game can be seen on PGCC TV. It will be the second of four regular season games broadcasted by the college's television studio.
The Owls have won two of the last three meetings in the series including two years ago in Largo on PGCC TV.
The Nighthawks took the contest last season in Virginia.
Northern Virginia comes into the tilt 1-8 overall.
THE LAST TILT
Prince George's furious comeback attempt was thwarted by Hagerstown Community College in a 70-66 loss on Wednesday.
Freshman Marche Sisco finished the game 10-for-22 and 5 of 7 from the free throw to finish with 26 points for her third-best point total of the season that includes two 30-point performances and another 20-point game. The freshman added seven assists, five steals and three rebounds. She registered 16 points in the fourth quarter. Sisco has scored double figures in five of the seven games this season and leads the team with 20.9 points per game.
Freshman Nehemie Vilain posted nine points and seven rebounds while Harewood added four points and a career-high 11 rebounds.
Freshman Imani Andrews tallied a career-high eight points and eight rebounds.
Frsehman Aja Hale chipped in seven points and eight caroms on the night.
THE ROAD AHEAD
Prince George's continues its homestand against Frederick Community College on Dec. 12.
The Owls will also host Butler County Community College(Dec. 14), Caldwell Community College and Techical Institute (Dec. 18) and the College of Southern Maryland (Jan. 4) during the homestand.
The squad is in the midst of 57-straight days without a road game. The Owls were at Harford Community College on Nov. 13 and do not travel again until heading to Howard Community College on Jan. 9.
Prince George's Athletics will be holding a Toy Drive during its games on against Frederick and Butler County. It will also hold an Ugly Sweater Contest during the doubleheader against Butler County.
The squad will have six home games and four road games in 2019.