Duke at #9 NC State
January 3, 2019
With the Duke Loss
- Dropped to 8-5 on the season
- Fell to 36-45 in the all-time series with NC State
- Fell to the Wolfpack for the fifth time over the last six games
- Is now 14-22 in games played in Raleigh, N.C.
- Dropped its fourth straight game to ranked opponents
Redshirt Freshman Mikayla Boykin
- Added a career-high 13 points in only her fourth game this season
- Fifth game of her career with double digits to go along with four steals
- Started the first frame 3-for-3 from beyond the arc, good for a career high
- Had only hit two threes in four games this season going into the night
Redshirt Junior Haley Gorecki
- Finished with a team-high 19 points, good for her 12th contest this season with 10+ points and 24th of her career.
- Made 10 trips to the charity stripe and registered a career-high eight free throws made
- Tallied 10 points in the third quarter to spark a big push to pull within two heading into the final frame
Freshman Miela Goodchild
- Added six points on three pointers, ending a two-game 10+ point streak.
Junior Leaonna Odom
- Came off the bench for the first time this season
- Tallied her 13th block of the season with two swats in the fourth quarter. Odom now owns 83 career blocks.
- Ripped down a team-high eight boards after pulling down just two versus Florida Gulf Coast.
Sophomore Jade Williams
- Fouled out for the fourth game this season.
Other Duke Notes
- Had a season-low shooting for the game, 16-55 (29.1%)
- Hit 12.5 percent from the field in the fourth quarter – the lowest in school history for the fourth period
- The 10 points in the fourth quarter was tied for the fifth lowest in school history
- NC State totaled 10 turnovers in the first half and ended the contest with a tied for season-high 19, a team that only averages 14.3 per game.
- Was outrebounded by the Wolfpack 47-31 as NC State is the third-best rebounding team in the country.
- Duke’s defense held NC State to a season-low 63 points
- Duke scored a season-low 51 points
- The Blue Devils hit only one of their final 15 field goals to close the game
- Had only six assists
- Only Mikayla Boykin and Haley Gorecki hit field goals in the second half
- Will return home to host third-ranked Louisville Sunday, Jan. 6 at 2 p.m., in Cameron Indoor Stadium. The game will be aired live on ACC Network Extra.