Buffalo at No. 7 Duke Postgame Notes November 25, 2014
With the Duke Victory… • Won its 134th straight home game against unranked opponents. • Notched its 17th consecutive win in the month of November and Coach P moved her record to 38-5 in November since arriving at Duke. • Totaled its 68th consecutive win versus home unranked non-conference opponents. • Moved to 5-0 all-time against teams from the Mid-American Conference. • Coach P is now 11-7 all-time against Mid-American teams.
Freshman Sierra Calhoun • Scored a career-high 21 points as she drained 4-of-7 three-point field goals. • Broke a school record by hitting 14 straight free throws to open her collegiate career. Drained 5-of-6 on the night. Snapped Lindsey Harding’s record of 13 from 2002-03. Calhoun missed her final attempt on the evening. • Had two steals and one assist along with seven rebounds. • Her four three-point field goals made ranks tied fourth on Duke’s freshman single game record books. • Scored double-digits for the second time in her career. • Saddled with foul trouble and played only six minutes in the first half.
Senior Elizabeth Williams • Notched 14 points and 10 rebounds in only 22 minutes. • Had two steals and two assists and hit 7-of-10 field goals. • Collected her 21st career double-double and second of the season. • Scored double-digits for the 12th straight contest, dating back to last season. • Did not block a shot for only the second time in her collegiate career (108 games).
Senior Ka'lia Johnson • Collected three assists, two steals and one rebound in 24 minutes. • Started her ninth straight game at point guard, dating back to her junior campaign.
Redshirt Freshman Rebecca Greenwell • Totaled 10 points, a career-high 13 rebounds, two assists and two steals. • Notched her third double-double of the season in four games. • Snapped a streak of hitting 12 straight free throws to open her collegiate career.
Freshman Azurá Stevens • Had 12 points and seven rebounds in only seven minutes. • Came off the bench to register double-figure scoring in the third game out of four this season.
Freshman Erin Mathias • Posted a career-high 11 points and six rebounds in a career high 18 minutes. • Hit 3-of-4 field goals.
Sophomore Kendall Cooper • Dished a career high three assists in the first half and finished the game with four. • Had a season-high eight rebounds in 16 minutes.
Other Duke Notes… • Pulled down a school-record 69 rebounds. • The 28 offensive rebounds is the sixth-most in school history. • Four freshmen posted double-figure scoring. • Dished only six assists in the second half, after totaling 11 in the first. • Held Buffalo to 25.0 percent shooting. • Blue Devils featured two double-doubles for the third time in four games. • Held a 46-14 advantage in points in the paint. • Notched a 69-31 advantage in rebounding. • Posted a 37-8 advantage in bench points. • Collected 27 second chance points. • Hit only 17-of-31 free throws. • Will close its three-game homestand Friday, Nov. 28 at 6:30 p.m., against Stony Brook.