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Notes: Duke 84, Virginia Tech 59
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 01/19/2017
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#17 Virginia Tech at #15 Duke
Postgame Notes
January 19, 2017

With the Duke Victory…
• Improved to 16-3 overall and 4-2 in the ACC
• Notched its 11th consecutive home win
• Won its fourth straight game at home against a ranked opponent
• Moved the all-time series to 25-2 in favor of the Blue Devils
• Won its 23rd straight contest against the Hokies
• Coach P improved to 15-1 all-time against Virginia Tech
• In games played in Durham, N.C., Duke moved to 13-1 overall
• Totaled its fourth win this season versus a ranked opponent

Redshirt Junior Lexie Brown
• Totaled 29 points, four assists, three rebounds and three steals
• The 29 points was a season-high against ACC play
• Totaled her 18th career game with 20+ points and eighth this season
• Scored 11 points in the third quarter on 4-of-5 field goals, 1-of-1 treys and 2-of-2 free throws

Redshirt Junior Rebecca Greenwell
• Notched 18 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals in 30 minutes

Freshman Leaonna Odom
• Blocked a career-high four shots
• Added eight points and six rebounds in 21 minutes

Sophomore Kyra Lambert
• Collected 10 points, six rebounds and three assists
• Hit 2-of-3 treys
• Registered double-digit scoring for the ninth time this season and the fourth time out of the last five games

Other Duke Notes…
• Hit 17-of-17 free throws, which is a new school record. The previous high was 16-of-16 versus Stanford (3-26-12). It is the second-highest output in ACC history.
• The 84 points is the most scored for the Blue Devils since Nov. 27 at Pepperdine (99)
• Hit 50.8 percent of its field goals, which is the second time this season against ACC opponents hitting 50.0% from the field
• Outrebounded by VT, 37-35
• Trio of Brown, Greenwell and Lambert combined to score 57 points
• Held Virginia Tech’s Chanette Hicks to only four points a zero steals
• Had only 11 turnovers
• Hit 7-of-12 three-pointers for 58.3%
• Drained all 17 free throws for the game
• Totaled an 18-0 run to open the third quarter and outscored VT, 32-15, in the period. Hit 71.4% from the field, 3-of-3 from downtown and 9-of-9 from the free throw line
• Had a season-low three first half turnovers, including one in the second quarter
• Outscored VT, 22-11, in the second quarter hitting 9-of-15 field goals for 60.0%
• Will next travel to Boston College for a Sunday, Jan. 22 contest at 2 p.m. The game will be aired live on ACC Network Extra.