NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 No. 1 Maryland vs. No. 4 Seed Duke Postgame Notes March 28, 2015
With the Duke Loss… • Concluded the season with a 23-11 overall record. • Dropped to 11-4 all-time in regional semifinal action and snapped a four-game winning streak. • Moved to 0-2 all-time in NCAA Sweet 16 games in Spokane (2001). • Coach McCallie fell to 5-3 all-time in regional semifinal play and 4-2 at Duke. • Dropped to 4-2 all-time as a No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament. • Coach P is now 28-19 in the NCAA Tournament and 18-8 at Duke. • Moved to 2-8 against No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament. • The Blue Devils dropped to 5-22 in NCAA action over 22 appearances. • Dropped to 6-8 against ranked opponents on the season. • Moved the all-time series with Maryland to 41-40, snapping a three-game winning streak. • McCallie moved to 10-9 all-time against the Terrapins. • Dropped to 66-52 record against Big Ten teams and 2-4 all-time in NCAA action. • Coach McCallie owns an all-time record of 95-68 against the Big Ten.
Senior Elizabeth Williams • Concluded her career with 18 points, nine rebounds, two assists and one steal in 39 minutes. • Finished her career ranking fourth in points (1,955), second in rebounds (1,078), second in offensive rebounds (494), fifth in defensive rebounds (584), third in field goals made (791), fourth in field goals attempted (1,575), fifth in free throws made (372), fifth in free throws attempted (601), second in blocks (426), third in double-figure scoring games (110), third in double-doubles (29), seventh in games with 20+ points (20) and eighth in charges taken (28) on the Duke charts. • In the ACC career record books, now finished her career 16th in rebounds (1,078), tied 17th in field goals made (792), 21st in field goals attempted (1,575), second in blocks (426) and 18th in free throws attempted (601). • Finished her career only eight blocks away from the ACC blocks record of 434 by Alison Bales. Williams finished with 426 over her career. • With her 44 career blocks in the NCAA Tournament, finished fifth in NCAA history. • Finished her career ranking ninth on the NCAA blocks list (426).
Freshman Azurá Stevens • With her 11 points on the day, moved into fourth place on the Duke freshman points list with 466 points. • Tied the Duke freshman record with 194 field goals made on the season (tied Alana Beard’s record of 194 from 2000-01). • Improved her Duke freshman record for most rebounds on the season to 271. • With her 271 rebounds on the season, moved into tied eighth place on Duke’s overall season rebound list. • Set a Duke freshman record with 120) offensive rebounds on the year. • Registered her 28th double-figure scoring game of the season to rank tied first along with Rebecca Greenwell.
Redshirt Freshman Rebecca Greenwell • Held to five points on 2-of-7 field goals. • With her one three-pointer made on the day, moved into sole possession of third on the ACC freshman season charts with 72 treys. • Her 202 three-pointers attempted on the season is a Duke overall record and ranked second on the ACC freshman charts. • Attempted 406 field goals, which was a Duke freshman record. • Her 141 defensive rebounds on the season ranked tied third on the Duke freshman list. • Played 1,171 minutes on the season to set a Duke freshman record and was only one minute behind Jasmine Thomas (1,172) for a school record.
Senior Ka'lia Johnson • Collected 15 points, two rebounds, three steals and two assists. • Drained 2-of-3 three-pointers.
Other Duke Notes… • Failed to reach 30 points in the first half for the eighth time out of the last nine games (???). • Trailed at the half, 31-23, marking the seventh time out of the last nine games the Blue Devils have trailed at the break. Entered the game 3-7 this season when trailing. • Was outrebounded, 33-24, marking only the fifth time this season the Blue Devils have been outrebounded. The third time over the last five games. • Hit 10-of-10 free throws. • Had only eight assists on 21 baskets. • Outscored Maryland, 34-20, in the paint. • Hit only 3-of-9 three-pointers. • The 23 wins on the season was the fewest since the 1996-97 season.