Courtesy: Duke Sports Information Release: 02/08/2013
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Postgame Notes l February 8, 2013
With the Duke Victory…
• Moved to 21-1 overall and 11-0 in ACC action.
• Won its 28th straight game on the road against an unranked opponent.
• Coach P notched her 250th career conference victory over her 21 years as a head coach.
• Moved the all-time series record to 32-32 against Virginia.
• Won its 20th straight contest against the Cavaliers and ninth consecutive in Charlottesville, Va.
• Coach P moved to 7-0 all-time against Virginia.
• Improved to 9-1 on the season on the road.
Sophomore Elizabeth Williams
• Finished the night with 18 points, eight rebounds, four assists and three blocks.
• Notched double-digit scoring for the 24th straight ACC contest.
• Blocked a shot for the 55th straight game since arriving at Duke, which tied the Duke record held by Alison Bales.
• Totaled double-figure scoring for the 10th straight game, 19th time this season and 46th time in her career.
• Moved into eighth place on Duke’s single-season blocks list with 66 blocks.
Junior Haley Peters
• Collected 16 points, four rebounds and tied a career high with four steals.
• Hit 7-of-10 field goals.
• Registered double-figure scoring for the 17th time this season and 46th time in her career.
Junior Chelsea Gray
• Totaled 14 points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals.
• Notched double-figure scoring for the 16th time this season and the 59th time in her career.
• With her four assists, moved into 10th place on Duke’s all-time steals list with 412.
• With her two steals, move into sole possession of 10th place on Duke’s single season steals list with 82.
Junior Tricia Liston
• Had nine points in 25 minutes.
• Hit 1-of-3 three-point field goals.
• Started the second half, after scoring nine first half points.
• Came off the bench for the fifth straight game.
Other Duke Notes…
• The Blue Devils hit 56.0 percent of their field goals in the second half.
• Dished 15 assists on 25 baskets.
• Scored 20 points off 21 Virginia turnovers.
• Outscored the Cavaliers 38-19 in the second half.
• Held Virginia to 19.4 percent shooting in the second half and 26.7 percent for the game.
• Was outrebounded, 42-32, marking the third time this season.
• Went on an 11-0 run to close the first half and led 24-22.
• Will next host seventh-ranked Maryland on Monday, Feb. 11 at 7:00 PM on ESPN2.