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Notes: Maryland 63, Duke 61
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 02/19/2012
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Postgame Notes  *  Feb. 19, 2012

With the Duke Loss…

•    Snapped a 16-game winning streak in ACC action.
•    Dropped to 22-4, 13-1 in league play.
•    Moved the series lead to 39-38 in favor of Maryland.
•    Broke a five-game overall winning streak.
•    Lost its second straight contest at Maryland.
•    Coach P dropped to 7-6 all-time against the Terrapins.

Sophomore Chelsea Gray

•    Scored 14 of her 16 points in the first half.
•    With her three assists, moved into third place on Duke’s single season assist list with 157.

Freshman Elizabeth Williams

•    Had a team-high 19 points, seven rebounds, three blocks.
•    Scored double-digits for the 12th straight game. 
•    With her three blocks, moved into ninth place on Duke’s career blocks list with 98.
•    Is now in seventh place on the ACC single season blocks list with 98. 

Sophomore Tricia Liston

•    Had eight points and six rebounds off the bench.
•    Held to 0-2 from downtown.

Sophomore Haley Peters

•    Posted nine points, four rebounds, three assists on the day.

Senior Kathleen Scheer

•    Hit her fifth three-pointer of the season in the first half and just her third this year in ACC play.

Senior Shay Selby

•    Held scoreless going 0-7 from the field.

Junior Allison Vernerey

•    Had six points, seven rebounds in a season-high 32 minutes.
•    Made her first start of the season and 17th of her career.

Other Duke Notes…

•    Outrebounded for the fourth time this season, 45-36.
•    Hit only 38.3 percent from the field.
•    Four starters had two fouls in the first half.
•    Registered 11 first half steals marking the third ACC contest this season with 10+ steals.  Finished with 12 for the game.
•    Turned the ball over only 15 times.
•    Scored 32 points in the paint and had 19 second chance points.
•    Allowed 23 offensive rebounds by Maryland.
•    Went 0-4 from downtown in the second half and 4-12 for the game.
•    Will next host Miami on Friday, Feb. 24 at 7:00 p.m., on ESPN3.