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Top 10 Steals From 2009-10
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 06/22/2010
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Jasmine Thomas led Duke with 100 steals on the season
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DURHAM, N.C. - During the summer, will release three different women's basketball videos looking back at the very successful 2009-10 campaign. The highlight videos will include top 10 plays from the year for steals, assists and blocked shots. 

The third and final video we have released is the Top 10 steals. As a team, Duke averaged 13.3 steals per contest to lead the ACC.  The Blue Devils registered a new school record with 480 on the season, led by Jasmine Thomas (100), Keturah Jackson (83) and Karima Christmas (79). 

In 2009-10, Duke registered a 30-6 overall record while advancing to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight.  The Blue Devils won the school's sixth ACC Championship, ninth ACC Regular Season title, reached the 25-win mark for the 12th straight year, the 30-win mark for the eighth time over the last 10 years, collected their 13th straight 10-win ACC season and finished ranked No. 6 in the Associated Press national rankings under the direction of Head Coach Joanne P. McCallie.

McCallie was named the ACC Coach of the Year in 2010 becoming the first NCAA Division I Head Coach to be named a league coach of the year in four different conferences -- North Atlantic, America East, Big Ten and ACC.  Coach P also became the second coach to lead two different programs to 30 or more wins.