Courtesy: Duke Sports Information Release: 12/17/2013
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No. 1 Connecticut at No. 2 Duke Postgame Notes December 17, 2013
With the Duke Loss… • Snapped a 24-game winning streak in Cameron Indoor Stadium. • Is now 42-3 against non-conference opponents at home since 2008-09 with all three losses to Connecticut. • Broke a 10-game winning streak to open the season. • Snapped a seven-game winning streak at home against ranked opponents. • Dropped to 4-1 at home this season. • Coach P fell to 88-6 as a head coach in Cameron Indoor Stadium. • Lost its seventh straight game to Connecticut. • Snapped a four-game winning streak in the Jimmy V Classic (4-1). • Is now 3-4 all-time in No. 1 vs. No. 2 games in school history. • Moved to 3-10 against Connecticut in school history. • Is now 20-14 versus teams from the American Athletic Conference.
Sophomore Alexis Jones • Finished with 10 points, four rebounds and four assists. • Took two charges on the night and now owns four this season and 11 over her career.
Junior Elizabeth Williams • Held to under double-figure scoring for the second straight game with nine points on 4-of-13 field goals. • Moved her consecutive blocks streak to 79 straight games since arriving at Duke with her one swat on the afternoon .
Senior Chelsea Gray • Totaled 13 points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals. • Scored double-figures in her fifth consecutive game. • Took one charge on the night and now has taken 13 charges on the season and 48 over her career.
Senior Tricia Liston • Held without a three-pointer for the second straight game at home (0-3). • Scored 10 points and had three rebounds. • Scored double-digits in her 15th consecutive contest.
Senior Haley Peters • Totaled 11 points and a team-high eight rebounds. • Had a team-high three steals. • Notched double-figure scoring for the sixth straight game she has played.
Other Duke Notes… • Totaled its 16th sellout in school history and first this season with 9,314 fans. • Trailed at the half for the second time this season (41-26) and the second consecutive game at home. • Connecticut had a 20-4 advantage in second chance points. • Hit 53.3 percent of its field goals in the second half. • Was outrebounded 39-31. • Held to a season-low 61 points. • Attempted only five free throws and made three – both season lows. • Dished 13 assists on 27 baskets. • Held to a season-low 41.5 percent shooting. • Will next host Albany on Thursday, Dec. 19 at 6:30 PM in Cameron Indoor Stadium.