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January 18, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Women’s Basketball – Game 17 Postgame Notes, Facts, and Stats – Chicago State

The 2012-13 UNO Women’s Basketball Statistics! page has been updated as has UNO Women’s Basketball Records (Single-Game, Season, Career)

Here’s some facts for you!

Scoring

  • Carly Cator has scored in six straight games, the longest streak since she scored in eight straight from 1/5/11-2/9/11.
  • Jamie Nash has scored in all 97 games of her career.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has scored in all 17 of her career games for Omaha.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has scored in 28 straight games.
  • Of Omaha’s 11 double digit rebounding performances this year, seven are by Paige Frauendorfer.
  • Omaha’s 62 points were the 8th most they’ve scored this year and the most since they scored 92 against College of Saint Mary (12/21).
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has scored in double figures 10 times this year, 2nd most on the team, and the team is 8-2 in those games.
  • Omaha is 8-0 this year when Ericka House scores in double figures.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has led Omaha in scoring 20 times in her career. Omaha is 12-8 in those games including 6-3 this year.
  • This was the first game since the Texas-Arlington game (11/30) where Omaha had four players reach double-figures.
  • Jamie Nash reached and surpassed the 1,000 point mark on Thursday. She now has 1,003 career points.

Rebounding

  • Jamie Nash has grabbed a rebound in all 97 games of her career.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has grabbed a rebound in all 17 of her career games for Omaha. Carolyn has at least three rebounds in eight straight games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has grabbed a rebound in 84 straight games.
  • Omaha’s 38 rebounds were their 8th most of the season and most since 44 vs. Oakland on 1/3.
  • Omaha’s 47.8% offensive rebounding % was their 4th highest of the season and best since grabbing 58.3% against College of Saint Mary on 12/21.
  • Omaha’s 75% defensive rebounding % was the 6th best of the season and best since the Oakland game (1/3) when they grabbed 77.1% of the available defensive rebounds.
  • Omaha grabbed 63.3% of the available rebounds against Chicago State, their 2nd best % of the season and best since 66.2% against College of Saint Mary (12/21).
  • Omaha is 7-0 this year when Paige Frauendorfer grabs double-digit rebounds and 15-5 in the 20 times she has done it in her career.
  • Thursday was the 10th time this season Paige Frauendorfer has led Omaha in rebounds. The Mavericks are 7-3 in those games and 19-13 in the 32 career games she has led them in rebounding.

Assists

  • Jamie Nash has picked up an assist in 73 straight games. She has had three or more assists in 20 straight games.
  • Jamie Nash has filed to have at least four assists in two straight games for the first time since 12/18/11 at Loyola Chicago and 12/20/11 at Western Illinois.
  • Omaha assisted on 58.3% of their made baskets, their 6th best % of the season and best since 60.9% against Fort Wayne (1/5).
  • Omaha is 2-0 when Carolyn Blair-Mobley has at least five assists.
  • This was the first time in her Maverick career that Carolyn Blair-Mobley had led the team in assists.
  • Omaha is now 2-0 in the two games this year where Jamie Nash has not led the team in assists. Carly Cator and Carolyn Blair-Mobley are the other two to lead the team in assists.

Steals

  • Jamie Nash has had at least one steal in 79 straight games. Jamie has multiple steals in eight straight games.
  • Jamie Nash’s 61 steals are more than her next three teammates combined (Frauendorfer 25, Blair-Mobley 20, and House 13).
  • Jamie Nash now has 11 of the 12 performances this year where a Maverick had four or more steals.
  • Omaha’s nine steals were their 7th most of the season and most since the Fort Wayne game (1/5).
  • Omaha is 36-19 in the 55 career games where Jamie Nash has at least three steals.
  • Jamie Nash’s 4 steals moved her into 1st-place all-time with 332 career steals. She passed Kriss Edwards who had 331 steals from 1977-81.

Blocks

  • Taijhe Kelly has two or more blocks in nine games this year. The rest of the team has two or more blocks just twice combined.
  • With two blocks on Thursday Taijhe Kelly upped her season average to 1.77, 6th best for Omaha all-time. Kelly moved past Carol Wink who averaged 1.75 in 1987-88.

Shooting

  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley’s 4 FTs was the 14th time this year a Maverick has had 4 or more FTs.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley’s 4-4 FT shooting was the 5th time this year a Maverick has been perfect from the line while making at least four.
  • Omaha’s 24 FGs were their 7th most of the season and most since the Oakland game on 1.
  • Omaha’s 47.1% FG% was their 5th highest of the season and best since shooting 50% against College of Saint Mary (12/21).
  • Omaha’s 10 FTs were their 6th most of the season and most since they had 10 vs. Fort Wayne on 1/5.
  • Omaha went 10-11 (90.9%) from the FT line on Thursday. That was their best FT% of the season and best with more than 5 FTs since going 11-11 vs. Fort Hays State on 12/3/10.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley is now 10th all-time in 3FG% for a season with a minimum of 30 3FGs made.

Miscellaneous

  • The team with the largest lead at any point of the game is 16-1 in Omaha’s games this season.
  • Omaha’s 0.69 points allowed per possession was their best mark since the Oakland game (1.3) and their 5th best of the season.
  • Omaha’s 19.6 FT production rating was their 6th best of the season and best since South Dakota (24.6) on 12/30.
  • Thursday was Taijhe Kelly’s 15th career start. Omaha is 10-5 in those games including 9-4 this year.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds was the 6th she’s had this season. Omaha is 6-0 in those games this year and 13-5 in her 18 career games with double-doubles.
  • Thursday was the first time since the Southwest Minnesota State game that the Mavericks didn’t trail in.
  • This was also the largest lead in a road game this season. The previous high lead on the road this year was 19 at Kansas City on 12/28.
  • The win was Chance Lindley’s 27th career win. He’s now 27-17 in his career and has the 5th most wins in school history, breaking a tie with Paula Buscher who had 26 from 1998-2000.
  • Jamie Nash made her 91st career start on Thursday. She’s now tied with Aimee Noel (1989-91, 93-94) for 7th most all-time.
  • Jamie Nash has now played 3,190 minutes in her Omaha career, 3rd most all-time. She passed Kriss Edwards who had 3180 minutes from 1977-81 on Thursday.
  • Paige Frauendorfer passed Sandy Skradski (1989-93) for 10th most minutes all-time on Thursday. She now has played 2954 minutes.
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