No. 3 Duke at Miami Postgame Notes January 30, 2014
With the Duke Victory… • Moved to 21-1 overall and 8-0 in ACC play on the season. • Won its ninth straight game on the road. • Notched its 11th consecutive overall game this year, which is a season long win streak. • Moved the all-time series record to 11-1 in favor of Duke against Miami.
Senior Tricia Liston • Tied a career high with 29 points as she hit 10-of-15 field goals and a career-high 9-of-11 free throws. • Tied a career high with 10 field goals made. • Scored 20 or more points in fifth straight game, 12th time this year and 25th time in her career. • Hit 8-of-10 field goals in the first half and had 21 points. • Drained eight or more field goals for the fifth straight game. • Moved into ninth place on Duke’s all-time scoring list with 1,465 points passing Chante Black (1438). • Did not hit a three-pointer for only the third time this year.
Senior Haley Peters • Pulled down a game-high 12 rebounds, while scoring four points. • The eighth time this year she has pulled down 10 or more rebounds. • Moved into 11th place on Duke’s all-time rebounding list with 735 boards. Needs two to edge into a tie for 10th along with Jennifer Chesnut (737).
Sophomore Alexis Jones • Collected 18 points, six assists, five rebounds, one block and one steal. • Scored double-figures in her seventh straight contest.
Junior Elizabeth Williams • Notched 18 points and 12 rebounds. Scored 14 of her 18 points in second half. • Collected her fourth double-double of the season and 15th of her career. • Moved her consecutive blocks streak to 91 straight games since arriving at Duke with her one swat on the afternoon. • Moved into 15th place on Duke’s all-time scoring list with 1,319 points.
Senior Chloe Wells • Did not make the trip to Miami with a shin injury.
Senior Richa Jackson • Had seven points and two rebounds in 37 minutes.
Other Duke Notes… • Liston, Williams and Jones scored 65 of 76 points. • Trailed at the half, 46-43, for only third time this year (UConn, Purdue). • Allowed a season-high 56.3 percent shooting by Miami in the first half. • Hit 50.0 percent or better in the first half for the seventh straight game (53.1%). • Allowed a season-high 46 points in the first half. • Was outscored off the bench, 14-0. • Held Miami to 31.0% shooting in the second half. • Allowed 10 three-pointers by Miami, which is a season high against ACC play. • Held a 44-26 rebounding advantage. • Tied a season low with one three-pointer made on five attempts. • Hit 52.6 percent of its field goals, marking 14th time this year hitting 50.0 percent or better. • Hit 15-of-20 free throws, which was as season high in ACC play. • Will next host Notre Dame on Sunday, Feb. 2 at 2:00 p.m., on ESPN.