Alayana McFadden finished with eight points and seven rebounds.
Wolard scored the first basket of the game for a quick 2-0 edge and McFadden gave Goucher a 4-2 lead with a jumper at 7:45. Susquehanna then took the lead and with the Riverhawks holding an 8-7 edge closed out the first half with a 13-2 run to take a 21-9 lead after one quarter.
The Eagles enter the contest 7-12 overall and 5-3 in Landmark Conference action.
Juniata is 2-5 at home this season.
In their last contest, the Eagles lost at Drew on Saturday.
Gracie Stauffer leads the team with 14.3 points and 11.9 rebounds per game.
Head coach Danny Young-Urich is in her 16th season as the head coach at Juniata.
Anise Williams matched her career high with 13 rebounds she established when she notched her first career double-double against Yeshiva on December 30. It marks the seventh-straight game in double figures in points and 16th time this season. The freshman has posted consecutive 10-rebound outputs for the first time in her career and now has four 10+-rebound performances in her career. In addition, Williams has registered five thefts for the fourth time in her last five games and for the sixth time this season.
Nicole Wolard has posted double figures in points in six of her last eight games and 12 times this season. Wolard has also grabbed at least five rebounds in 13 of her last 14 games and 17 times this season.
Alayana McFadden has reached 10 points eight times in her last 10 games. She has 15 games with at least 10 points this season.
Goucher has six road trips of at least two games, but did not have a road trip of more than three games. At home, the squad has had four two-game homestands, but that is the longest homestand of the year.
The Gophers will play four of their final six games at Decker Sports and Recreation Center.
THE ROAD AHEAD
Goucher hosts Drew University on Saturday. It will be the team's "Breast Cancer Awareness Game." MORE INFORMATION