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ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFKnights.com) – The UCF women's basketball team returns to CFE Arena to host Bethune-Cookman on Sunday. The Knights host the Wildcats in a 2 p.m. matchup on the blacktop.
December bobbleheads will be given out to 150 fans who bring a toy to the game.  All toys will be donated to The Spring of Tampa, a domestic violence shelter, in support of a campaign started by junior Aliyah Gregory.  Read her story here. The first 100 fans to donate toys at the men's basketball game on Dec. 10 at 5 p.m. will also receive a December bobblehead.
 The first 400 fans will receive an ugly sweater t-shirt.
UCF (6-2) saw its three-game win streak snapped on Thursday. The Knights rallied from a 19-point deficit, but fell short at the final buzzer, dropping a 66-65 decision at Buffalo.
Senior Zykira Lewis leads the Black and Gold, averaging 15.8 points per game and needs just nine three-pointers to set the UCF career record. Lewis also ranks sixth in the nation in steals with 27 on the season. Junior Aliyah Gregory joins Lewis in the national rankings as her 17 steals are No. 66 in the country. Redshirt senior Joslyn Massey averages 8.0 rebounds per contest for the Knights, while freshman Korneila Wright leads UCF with 21 assists this season. 
Four different Knights have led UCF in scoring so far this season. Five different Knights have led the team in steals in the first eight contests of the campaign.

The Knights rank fifth in the nation with 101 steals on the season and are No. 13 in the country in rebounds with 345.
Bethune-Cookman enters the weekend with a 2-5 overall record. The Wildcats won their season opener before dropping five straight. Bethune-Cookman snapped its losing streak with a win over Flagler on Thursday.

The Wildcats rank 39th in the country in blocked shots per game (5.3) and 51st in total blocked shots (32). Kailyn Williams ranks second in blocked shots per game (4.6) and 10th in blocked shots (23).
Kendra Cooper leads the Wildcats in scoring, averaging 12.0 points per game, and has a team-high 12 steals. Kailyn Williams averages 11.8 points while shooting 49.2 percent from the floor. Taylor Houston grabs 6.9 rebounds per contest.
UCF faces Bethune-Cookman for the first time since the 2012-13 campaign. The Knights lead the all-time series, 14-4, including the most recent win, a 64-43 home victory over the Wildcats.
UCF is back at CFE Arena for five of its next six contests. The Knights host Gardner-Webb at 2 p.m. The women's game precedes the men's 5 p.m. contest against Maryland Eastern Shore, and the purchase of one ticket will allow fans to attend both events that day.
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Don't miss any of the action during Coach Abe's first season with the Knights. Season tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here. Adult season tickets are available for $30, and youth tickets (ages 2-17 years) are available for $15.