CSUN Postgame Notes

 

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Northridge Women’s Basketball Postgame Notes

Cal State Northridge 68 Miami University 50

Dec. 20, 2009

 

The Matadors’ win against the RedHawks

  • Improves Head Coach Staci Schulz’s career record to (34-91)
  • Makes the Matadors (1-1) all time against Miami University
  • Gives CSUN a (374-575) all-time record

Individual Notes

  • The Matador lineup of Janelle Nomura, Amanda Thomson, Analee Viena-Lota, Katrina Thompson and Jasmine Erving is the sixth different starting lineup this season.
  • The Matadors outscored the Redhawks 15-4 in the first 5:40 of the game.
  • Northridge led the contest from start to finish.
  • Thompson set a new career high in assists with seven, three-pointers made with three and tied her career mark in steals with seven. She set new season highs in points with 14, field goals with five and tied her season-high mark in rebounds with six.
  • The Matadors held Miami to a season low 50 points, which is also the lowest point total for any opponent they have played this season.
  • CSUN totaled 17 assists, which ties a season high.
  • Five different Matadors combined to block seven total shots, which breaks their previous season high of six.
  • Miami shot 2-for-26 from three-point range (12.5 %), the lowest of any Matador opponent thus far this season.
  • Northridge racked up 45 total rebounds, a new season high.
  • The Matadors’ 42.6 field goal percentage is the highest mark this season.
  • Northridge had five players score in double-figures (Thompson -14, Erving -13, Bridgette Conejo -12, Nomura -11 and Viena-Lota -10) for the first time this season.
  • The Matadors held Miami to a 31.3 % from the field, the lowest mark for any opponent.
  • CSUN scored 27 points off Miami turnovers.

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