December 22, 2010

CSUN Postgame Notes

Dec. 22, 2010

Recap |  Final Stats

 

Cal State Northirdge 79 Santa Clara 99

Postgame Notes

December 22, 2010

 

The Matadors' loss to the Broncos...

• Makes CSUN 3-8 on the season

 Drops Northridge to 0-2 in the all-time series with Santa Clara

 Gives head coach Bobby Braswell a career record of 219-210 (.510)

 Gives CSUN an all-time record of 691-742 (.482)

 Drops the Matadors' all-time record at The Matadome to 392-199 (.663)

 Game Notes

     Tonight's game was the last non-conference game before Big West play begins for CSUN

     It is the first of three-straight home games for the Matadors

     The starting lineup of Rashaun McLemore, Frankie Eteuati, Lenny Daniel, Dathan Lyles and Raymond Cody was the sixth different lineup used by the Matadors this season.

     Rashaun McLemore led CSUN in scoring with 21 points, the second game in a row he has led the way for Northridge.

     McLemore also had 21 points in CSUN's last game, a 70-69 loss at Cal State Bakersfield.

     McLemore went 6-of-6 from the free-throw line, his most attempts and makes of his career.

     Lenny Daniel scored 17 points for Northridge, his seventh-straight game scoring in double-digits.

     Daniel matched a career high with nine free throws made.

     Daniel tied a season high with two assists.

     Vinnie McGhee set a new season high with four 3-pointers, one shy of his career mark.

     McGhee finished with a season-high 16 points, six field goals and three rebounds.

     McGhee's four 3-pointers tie for the most by an individual Matador this season. McLemore had four 3-pointers against Cal (11/16/10) and Air Force (12/2/10).

     Dathan Lyles recorded a career-high five steals.

    Cal State Northridge shot .889 from the free-throw line (24-27), its highest mark of the season.

    Santa Clara set new Northridge opponent season highs in points (99), field goals (32), 3-pointers (9), 3-point percentage (.474, 9-of-19) and free throw percentage (.788, 26-of-33).

    CSUN set a new season low with 23 rebounds and 12 turnovers. 

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