The loss halts a four game winning streak for the Mustangs, as they fall to 12-5 on the year, 7-2 in conference play.
Jordan Anderson (West Edmeston, N.Y.) led Morrisville State's efforts with a double-double performance, her first of the season, after posting 11 points and a game high 12 assists on the night.
Charlotte Walker (Middle Island, N.Y.) controlled the boards for the Mustangs, snagging 11, while adding eight points and three assists.
Morrisville State outgained the Wildcats in shooting, hitting 50% from the floor on the night, compared to Poly's 41.8%, but it was the visitors first quarter play that set the tone for the remainder of the contest to collect the win as they led 23-15 after the opening 10.
Stevie Ray led all scorers with 27 points for the Wildcats, 12 of which came in the first quarter, while teammate Khristaijah Jackson added 17. Ryenn Smith rounded out the Poly leading scorers with 10 off the bench.
Morrisville State returns to the court Saturday, traveling to Keuka College for a 1 p.m. NEAC tipoff
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