Jena Matter recorded her fifth straight double-double, but Millersville was too much for the Mountaineers who dropped a 72-46 decision on the road Wednesday night at Pucillo Gymnasium.

Matter scored 13 points against the Marauders to move past Stephanie Rieser (2001-05) for 13th on the all-time scoring list with 1,029 career points. Matter also pulled down 15 rebounds, her second-highest career total, to record her fifth straight and 11th double-double of the season. Currently, Matter ranks second in the conference and 12th in the nation in double-doubles.

Megan McSwain and Katie Fitzpatrick each added seven points for Mansfield. Tianna Jackson chipped in six points.

All nine players who saw action in the game for Mansfield got in the scoring column.

Millersville was led by Senada Mehmedovic who hit five treys on her way to scoring 19 points off the bench. Sabina Mehmedovic also came off the bench to add 10 points.

Mansfield returns to First Citizens Community Bank Court at Decker Gymnasium to host Lock Haven in "Mounties for the Cure" day on Saturday.