No. 15 Duke at Boston College Postgame Notes January 22, 2015
With the Duke Loss… • Moved to 13-6 overall and 4-2 in the ACC. • Dropped the all-time series to 11-3 in favor of the Blue Devils. • Is now 4-2 versus the Eagles in games played on the road. • Lost its fifth straight game on the road. • Snapped a 34-game winning streak against unranked opponents. • Lost its fourth straight ACC game on the road. • Coach P moved to 9-6 all-time against the Eagles.
Senior Elizabeth Williams • Totaled 19 points, nine rebounds and two blocks in 37 minutes. • Moved into sixth place on Duke’s all-time scoring list with 1,729 points passing Iciss Tillis (1,712). • Now needs 54 blocks to break Alison Bales’ ACC career blocks record (434). • Hit her first 10 free throws and hit a career-high 11 for the game. Tied a career high with 12 free throw attempts.
Freshman Azurá Stevens • Scored a career-high 24 points as she hit 9-of-15 field goals. • Totaled nine rebounds, two assists, two blocks and two steals. • Hit 5-of-9 field goals in the first half to post a team-best 14 points. • Scored back-to-back 20-point games.
Redshirt Freshman Rebecca Greenwell • Collected 11 points and six rebounds. • Moved into fourth on Duke’s freshman single season record books for three-pointers made with 38. • With her six three-pointers attempted on the day, now owns 105 on the season to move into second place on the Duke freshman record books.
Senior Ka'lia Johnson • Had a game-high three assists, along with four rebounds in 33 minutes. • Snapped a nine-game streak of hitting at least one three-pointers.
Other Duke Notes… • Williams, Stevens and Greenwell scored 54 of 56 points on the night. • Outscored Boston College, 32-14, in the paint. • Had only eight assists. • Hit 18-of-22 free throws. • Held a 45-34 advantage on the boards. • Drained only 2-of-11 three-pointers. • Trailed at the half, 35-30, marking the third time this season the Blue Devils have trailed at the break (UConn, Nebraska). • Will play its second straight road contest at 12th-ranked North Carolina Sunday, Jan. 25 at 5:00 p.m., in Chapel Hill, N.C.