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Notes: Duke 75, Maryland 59
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 02/24/2013
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Postgame Notes l February 24, 2013

With the Duke Victory…

•    Moved to 26-1 overall and 16-0 in ACC action.  
•    Clinched the ACC regular season title for the fourth straight year and for the second consecutive season the Blue Devils won the title outright.  
•    Duke has now won 12 ACC regular season titles in school history.
•    Tied an ACC record with its 16th overall ACC victory and equals the best start in league history at 16-0.
•    Won its 18th consecutive ACC contest dating back to last season.
•    Won its 10th straight overall contest and second consecutive against Maryland.
•    Improved to 13-20 all-time in games played in College Park, Md., and 10-4 in the Comcast Center.
•    Won its fourth straight game against ranked opponents.
•    Moved the all-time series record to 40-39 in favor of the Blue Devils.
•    Coach P improved to 9-8 all-time against Maryland.
•    Moved to 11-1 this season on the road.
•    Won its ninth consecutive road ACC contest.

Junior Haley Peters
•    Notched 15 points, four assists and three rebounds in 38 minutes.
•    Posted double-figure scoring for the 20th time this season and 49th time in her career.

Junior Tricia Liston
•    Notched 15 points, six rebounds and one assist.  
•    Hit 3-of-3 three-pointers on the afternoon.
•    Hit a three-pointer in her 10th straight game.
•    Moved into a tie for eighth on the Duke single-season three-pointers made list with 59.
•    Registered 10 first half points on 3-of-5 shooting.
•    Posted double-figure scoring for the 17th time this season and 43rd time in her career.  
•    With her 59 three-pointers this season, now owns a single-season career best breaking her 57 treys from last year.

Sophomore Elizabeth Williams
•    Totaled a team-high 16 points, seven rebounds, two steals and one blocked shot.
•    Notched double-digit scoring for the 14th straight ACC contest.
•    Blocked a shot for the 60th straight game since arriving at Duke.

Junior Richa Jackson
•    Scored all eight points in the first half on 4-of-7 field goals.

Freshman Alexis Jones
•    Tallied a career-high 15 points and dished a career-high nine assists.
•    Nearly tallied a triple-double with 15 points, nine assists and eight rebounds.  
•    Snapped a streak of 13 straight missed three-point field goals as she drained her first attempt in the second half.
•    With her steal on the night, moved into a tie for eighth on the Duke freshman steals list with 53.
•    With her nine steals, moved to a tie for eighth on the Duke freshman assist list with 90.
•    Attempted a career-high 19 field goals, while hitting 2-of-3 treys.

Other Duke Notes…
•    Duke and Maryland faced each other as top 10 teams for the fifth straight time and the 13th time since 2006.
•    With the 16-point win, Duke has yet to have a game this season decided under 10 points.
•    Hit 11-of-12 free throws and 6-of-12 treys.
•    Dished 15 assists to only 11 turnovers, after turning the ball over 22 times the game before.
•    All seven Blue Devils who played, scored on the night.
•    Hit 48.3 percent of its field goals, which is the highest since the Miami game on 1-31-13 (50.0%).
•    Was outrebounded, 34-33.
•    Held a 38-26 advantage in points in the paint.
•    Will next travel to Coral Gables, Fla., to take on Miami on Thursday, Feb. 28 at 7:00 p.m.
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