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Notes: Oregon 74, Duke 65
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 03/20/2017
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Oregon at Duke
NCAA Tournament Second Round
Postgame Notes
March 20, 2017

With the Duke Loss…
• Lost in the NCAA Tournament second round at home for the second time over the last four years
• Snapped an 87-game winning streak at home against unranked non-conference opponents
• Snapped a 17-game home winning streak on the season
• Lost for only the second time at home in NCAA Tournament action over the last 24 games
• Moved to 56-23 in NCAA Tournament play
• Coach P is now 29-20 in NCAA Tournament action
• Dropped to 14-9 against Pac-12 opponents and 3-2 in NCAA Tournament play
• I snow 4-1 all-time against teams seeded No. 10
• Broke a 14-game winning streak at home in NCAA Tournament play against teams seeded No. 10 or higher
• Lost for only the second time over the last 13 games on the season

Redshirt Junior Lexie Brown
• Collected a game-high 25 points to move up to sixth place on Duke’s single-season points list with 622
• With her two steals on the night, finished in fifth on Duke’s single-season steals charts with 96
• Became the eighth Blue Devil to score 600 points in a season (622)
• Hit two three-pointers to move into a tie for fourth place on Duke’s single-season three-pointers made list with 73
• Collected 20+ points for the 16th time this season

Redshirt Junior Rebecca Greenwell
• Held to only six points to go along with nine rebounds and three assists
• Attempted six three-pointers to claim the Duke’s single season three-pointers attempted record with 208
• Snapped a streak of hitting at least one three-pointer in 16 straight games
• Finished the season with 83 three-pointers, which ranks second on Duke’s single-season list
• Held scoreless (0-of-6) in the first half for only the third time this season

Freshman Leaonna Odom
• Made her 17th start of the season and second straight
• Held scoreless in the first half and finished with four points on 2-of-7 field goals

Sophomore Kyra Lambert
• Announced March 20 that she suffered a torn ACL in her left knee against Hampton and will miss the remainder of the season

Senior Oderah Chidom
• With her two blocked shots, moved finished her career in sixth place on Duke’s career blocked shots list with 143

Junior Erin Mathias
• Made her ninth career start and sixth of the season
• Hit only 1-of-6 field goals in 17 minutes
• Finished with two points and two rebounds

Sophomore Crystal Primm
• Finished the night with eight points and three rebounds in 20 minutes
• Scored a season-high eight points in the first half as she hit 3-of-5 field goals

Other Duke Notes…
• Played its first game without Kyra Lambert, who had started all 33 games this season
• Trailed at the half for only the sixth time this season (1-4 in those games entering the night)
• Allowed 44.8 percent shooting marking only the sixth time this season a Duke opponent has hit over 40.0 percent shooting
• Hit only 38.8 percent from the field and 2-of-15 three-pointers
• Allowed nine three-point field goals
• Outrebounded Oregon, 41-33
• Allowed 53.3 percent shooting in the first quarter and 58.8 percent in the third quarter
• Blocked seven shots