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Notes: Duke 87, Winthrop 45
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 03/22/2014
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Duke Notes:
With the Duke Victory…
•    Improved to 28-6 overall and advanced to the NCAA Tournament second round for the 20th straight season.  
•    Will next play the winner of the DePaul/Oklahoma contest in the NCAA second round on Monday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m.
•    Moved to 22-0 all-time in NCAA Tournament first round games.
•    Won its 19th-straight NCAA Tournament contest in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
•    Notched its 132nd consecutive home court win against an unranked opponent.
•    Won its 65th straight game at home against an unranked non-conference opponent.
•    Coach P won her 11th consecutive NCAA Tournament first round victory.  
•    Moved to 2-0 all-time against Winthrop in the overall series and 24-5 all-time against teams from the Big South.
•    Is now 54-21 in NCAA Tournament play over 22 appearances.
•    Blue Devils own a 20-7 all-time record as a No. 2 seed (eight apperances).
•    Coach P moved to 26-17 all-time in the NCAA Tournament and 16-6 at Duke.

Duke Player Notes:
Junior Ka'lia Johnson
•    Had six points, five rebounds, three assists, one block and one steal in 31 minutes.
•    Made her fourth straight and fourth career start, including first career NCAA Tournament start.

Senior Tricia Liston
•    Scored a team-high 20 points, hitting 6-of-11 field goals.
•    With her four three-pointers today, now owns 25 in NCAA Tournament play ranking second on Duke’s career charts.
•    Scored 20 points on the day, moving her into seventh place on Duke’s single-season scoring list with 592 points.
•    Moved her Duke single-season record for three-pointers to 87.
•    Her 87 three-pointers this season ranks ninth on the ACC season charts.
•    Has now hit 252 career three-pointers to rank tied seventh on the ACC career list.
•    Scored 20 or more points for the 16th time this season and 29th time in her career.

Senior Haley Peters
•    Had 11 points, six rebounds, six assists, five steals and one block in 30 minutes.
•    Tied a career high with six assists.
•    Her five steals was a career high.

Junior Elizabeth Williams
•    Had 10 points, eight rebounds, four assists, three blocks and two steals.
•    With her three blocks, now owns 101 swats on the season marking the third straight year she has blocked at least 100 shots.
•    Owns 26 career blocks in NCAA Tournament play, ranking second on Duke’s charts.
•    With her eight rebounds on the day, moved into 10th place on Duke’s career rebounding list (880), passing Krystal Thomas (776).

Freshman Oderah Chidom
•    Had 17 points, four rebounds and one steal in 14 minutes.  
•    Her 17 points was a career high.
•    Hit 6-of-8 field goals.

Freshman Kendall McCravey-Cooper
•    Totaled career highs in points (14) and rebounds (10).
•    Notched her first career double-double.
•    Hit all seven field goals (7-of-7).

Other Duke Notes…
•    Freshmen Oderah Chidom and Kendall McCravey-Cooper combined for 31 points and 14 rebounds.
•    Held a 49-23 advantage in rebounds.
•    Totaled a 42-6 advantage in the paint.
•    Scored 36 points off the bench, which is the second-most this season.
•    Hit 54.0 percent from the field, marking the 19th game this year the Blue Devils have hit 50.0 percent of her field goals or better.  
•    Dished 21 assists
•    Held Winthrop to a season-low 45 points and suffered its worst loss of the season (42).

Winthrop Notes:
•    Winthrop made its first NCAA Tournament appearance in school history Saturday.
•    Winthrop head coach Kevin Cook concluded his second season at the helm with a 24-9 season record, and a 45-21 ledger over the last two years.
•    Winthrop starters: Schaquilla Nunn, Taylor Calvert, Dequesha McClanahan, Samiya Wright and Erica Williams.

Winthrop Player Notes:
Dequesha McClanahan:
•    Dequesha McClanahan scored 22 points, her 12th consecutive double-digit game and the 31st time this season McClanahan scored over 10 points.
•    McClanahan concludes her career at Winthrop with 2,277 career points.

Samiya Wright:
•    Samiya Wright made a season-high four three-pointers, shooting 4-of-10 from beyond the three-point line.
•    Wright scored 12 points, her 19th game with 10 or more points.