• Moved into 21st place on the ACC career three-pointers made list with 209. • Had a game-high 20 points and pulled down eight rebounds. • Hit 5-of-7 three-pointers. • Reached 20 points for the seventh time this season and 20th time in her career.
• Notched her third straight double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds. • Moved her consecutive blocks streak to 85 straight games since arriving at Duke with her four swat on the afternoon. • First time in her career she has notched three consecutive double-doubles.
• Registered three charges on the night giving her 53 for her career, which moves into second place on Duke’s all-time charts passing Alana Beard (49). • With her seven assists, moved into a tie for 18th on the ACC career assist list (543). • Collected four steals to move into 21st place on the ACC career steals list (294). • Had a season-low two points on only 0-of-3 field goals.
Junior Ka’lia Johnson
• Scored 10 second half points, which was a season high.
• Came off the bench to notch 11 points, grab three rebounds and three steals.
Other Duke Notes…
• Scored 80 or more points for the 10th time in 16 contests. Won its 33rd straight game when scoring 80 or more points. • Dished 27 assists on 38 baskets. • Hit 55.9 percent from the field. • Held a 46-38 rebounding advantage. • Held Syracuse to a season-low 53 points and season-low 27.9 percent shooting. • Had six different players score double-digits. • Will next host Boston College on Sunday, Jan. 12 at 3:00 p.m., in Cameron Indoor Stadium. It will be aired live on RSN-TV.