#4 Seed Florida State vs. #1 Seed Duke
ACC Tournament Semifinals
Postgame Notes l March 9, 2013
With the Duke Victory…
• Improved to 29-2 overall and advances to the ACC Tournament championship.
• Advanced to the ACC Championship for the 11th time out of the last 14 years.
• Coach P moved to 36-12 all-time in league tournament action and 12-3 in the ACC Tournament.
• Posted its 31st win in the ACC Tournament since the 2000 campaign.
• Improved to 33-7 all-time in the Greensboro Coliseum.
• Improved to 40-28 all-time in the ACC Tournament.
• Moved the all-time series to 35-8 against Florida State, including winners of six in a row.
• Improved to 7-0 all-time against the Seminoles in the ACC Tournament.
• Coach P moved to 9-1 all-time against Florida State.
• Now owns a 13-6 record in the semifinals and won its fifth straight.
• Improved to 7-5 all-time against No. 4 seeds.
Freshman Alexis Jones
• Notched 12 points, seven assists and four rebounds.
• Reached double-digit scoring for the fifth straight game and 11th time this season.
• With her seven assists, moved into third place on Duke’s single-season freshman assist list with 115.
Junior Haley Peters
• Notched her seventh double-double of the season and eighth of her career.
• Totaled 17 points and 13 rebounds, while dishing two assists.
• Hit 8-of-14 field goals.
• Played in her 100th career game.
• Posted 11 first half points on 5-of-8 shooting.
• In six career games in the ACC Tournament, has scored double-digits in three of them.
• Had double-figure scoring for the 23rd time this season and 52nd of her career.
Junior Tricia Liston
• Set the Duke single-season record for most three-pointers, after hitting three on the day (69). Moved past Jessica Foley (2004-05) and Abby Waner (2006-07), who each had 68.
• Is 15 points away from reaching 1,000 career points (985).
• Scored double-digits in three consecutive ACC Tournament games.
• Reached double-figure scoring for the 19th time this season and 45th time in her career.
Sophomore Elizabeth Williams
• Had 11 points, seven rebounds, three blocks, one assist and one steal.
• Notched double-digit scoring for the 18th straight game against an ACC opponent.
• Blocked a shot for the 64th straight game since arriving at Duke, which matches the ACC record (tied with LaToya Pringle of UNC).
Junior Richa Jackson
• Made her fourth start of the season.
• Notched seven points, four rebounds and one steal.
Other Duke Notes…
• Improved to 21-0 this year when scoring 70 or more points.
• Moved to 14-0 this season when having four or more players score double-digits, including in both games this tournament.
• The six-point victory is the second win this season that has been under 10 points (UNC on March 3).
• Held a 40-32 advantage in points in the paint.
• Hit 9-of-10 free throws.
• Dished 16 assists in the game.
• Had only five steals for the second straight game.
• Hit 46.0 percent of its field goals.
• Outrebounded FSU, 43-32, including posting 18 offensive rebounds. Second straight game in the tournament with a rebounding margin of over 10.