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Notes: Duke 57, Miami 52
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 03/04/2017
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#16 Miami vs. #13 Duke
ACC Tournament Semifinals
Postgame Notes
March 4, 2017

With the Duke Victory…
• Improved to 27-4 and advanced to ACC Tournament Championship, where it will face top-seeded Notre Dame at 1 pm on ESPN2
• Advanced to the ACC Championship for the 15th time in league history and would be looking for its ninth ACC title
• Won its 10th straight contest
• Blue Devils are now 47-31 in 40 years of ACC Tournament play
• Coach P is now 19-6 in ACC Tournament play
• Improved to 15-7 in the ACC Tournament semifinals
• Moved to 4-0 all-time against teams seeded No. 7
• Is now 14-2 all-time in the series with Miami
• Coach P improved to 10-3 against the Hurricanes

Redshirt Junior Lexie Brown
• Had 20 points, eight rebounds, four assists and four steals
• Owns 570 points on the season, which ranks 10th on Duke’s single season charts
• With her 68 three-pointers made, moved into tied sixth on Duke’s single season three-pointers made list
• Swiped four steals to move into tied sixth on Duke’s single season steals charts (89)
• Registered her 15th game with 20+ points on the season to move into sole possession of seventh on the Duke single season charts

Redshirt Junior Rebecca Greenwell
• Drained two clutch three-pointers in the fourth quarter
• Attempted four three-pointers to move into a tie for second place on Duke’s single season three-pointers attempted charts (191)
• Held scoreless in the first half for only the second time this season
• Moved into 11th place on Duke’s career points list (1,441)
• Is now tied for second on Duke’s career three-pointers made list (222)

Freshman Leaonna Odom
• Had 13 points off the bench, including seven key in the fourth quarter
• Totaled double-digit scoring for the third time out of the last four games and ninth overall time this season

Other Duke Notes…
• Held Miami to a season-low nine first quarter points
• Scored 10 first quarter points, which was one shy of a season low
• Held the Hurricanes to 25.0 percent shooting in the first half and 0-of-8 from downtown
• For the game, held Miami to 37.3 percent shooting
• Hit 55.6 percent of its field goals in the fourth quarter
• Tied in rebounds, 31-31