Courtesy: Duke Sports Information Release: 01/23/2014
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No. 3 Duke at Florida State Postgame Notes January 23, 2014
With the Duke Victory… • Moved to 19-1 overall and 6-0 in ACC play on the season. • Won its eighth straight game against Florida State. • Now leads the overall series, 36-8, against the Seminoles. • Won its sixth straight road game against a ranked opponent. • Notched its ninth consecutive overall game this year.
Senior Tricia Liston • Notched a team-high 25 points and five rebounds. • Scored 21 of her 25 points in the second half and overtime. • Hit 8-of-14 field goals. • Totaled 20 or more points for the third straight game, 10th time this season and 23rd time in her career. • Needs one more three-pointer to tie Abby Waner’s all-time three-pointers made record at Duke (222). • Went over the 1,400-point mark on the night and now owns 1,413 career points. • Moved into 20th place on the ACC career three-pointers made list (221). • Hit at least one three-pointer in her ninth straight game.
Senior Haley Peters • Collected 10 points, seven rebounds and two assists.
Sophomore Alexis Jones • Tied a school record with 15 assists. • Totaled her third career double-double with 13 points and 15 rebounds.
Junior Elizabeth Williams • Notched 20 points, seven rebounds, six blocks, two steals and two assists. • Reached 20 points for the second time this year and 11th time in her career. • Fouled out for the second straight game. • Moved her consecutive blocks streak to 89 straight games since arriving at Duke with her six swats on the afternoon.
Senior Richa Jackson • Collected her first double-double of the season and second of her career. • Had 14 points and 10 rebounds. • Started her third straight game in place of Chelsea Gray.
Other Duke Notes… • All five starters scored double-digits for the fourth time this season. • Was outrebounded, 51-42, for the second straight game and the fifth time this year. • Dished 22 assists on 34 baskets. • Blocked eight shots as a team. • Held Florida State to 2-of-11 field goals in overtime. • Won its 35th straight game when scoring 80 or more points. • Hit 50.0 percent or better in the first half for the fifth straight game (50.0%). • Played its first overtime game since March 8, 2009 against Maryland. Lost that contest, 92-89. • Will next host Pittsburgh on Sunday, Jan. 26 at 2:00 p.m., in Cameron Indoor Stadium. The game will be aired live on ESPN3.