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January 29, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Women’s Basketball – Postgame Notes, Facts, and Stats – 1/29/13

Here’s some facts for you!

Scoring

  • Jamie Nash has scored in all 100 games of her career.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has scored in all 20 of her career games for Omaha.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has scored in 31 straight games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s 25 points against North Dakota State were the 3rd most by a Maverick this year and most against D1 opposition.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has scored 18 or more points a team high five times.
  • Omaha’s 83 points at Indiana Dabney was the 2nd most by Omaha this season. The 64 points against South Dakota State were the 8th most of the season and the most by Omaha in a Summit League game so far.
  • Omaha scored 1.01 points per possession at Indiana Dabney, the 5th best performance of the season and most since 1.22 against the College of Saint Mary on 12/21.
  • Omaha scored on 58.1% of their possessions against Indiana Dabney, the 3rd highest percentage of the season.
  • Jamie Nash has scored in double figures 12 times this year. Omaha is 9-3 in those games and 29-21 in her 50 career double-scoring games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has scored in double figures 16 times this year and 54 times in her career. Omaha is 12-4 in those games this year and 34-20 in her career.
  • Ericka House has scored in double figures nine times and the Mavericks are 9-0 in those games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has now scored in 20 points five times in her career and twice this year. Omaha is 2-0 in those games this year and 4-1 in her career.
  • Omaha is 8-3 in the 11 games this year where Paige Frauendorfer leads the team in scoring. They are 14-8 in the 22 career games she’s led in scoring.
  • Omaha had just two players in double figures at Indiana Dabney for the first time since 12/4/12 against Tulsa.
  • Paige Frauendorfer passed the 1,000 point mark for her career against North Dakota State. She now has 1,038 points.

Rebounding

  • Jamie Nash has grabbed a rebound in all 100 games of her career.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has grabbed a rebound in all 20 of her career games for Omaha. Carolyn has at least three rebounds in 11 straight games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has grabbed a rebound in 87 straight games.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley had 10 rebounds vs. North Dakota State. It was the fourth time this year she’s reached double digits but the first time since the Kansas City game on 12/28.
  • Omaha had 58 rebounds at Indiana Dabney. It was the most of the season, 8th most all-time, and most since they had 58 at New Orleans on 2/18/12.
  • The 42 rebounds vs. North Dakota State was the 8th highest total of the season and most against a D1 opponent since 44 vs. Oakland on 1/3.
  • Omaha grabbed 52.1% of the available offensive rebounds vs. Indiana Dabney, their 3rd best percentage of the season.
  • Omaha grabbed 78.6% of the available defensive rebounds vs. North Dakota State, their 2nd best percentage of the season and best since 79.5% against Southwest Minnesota State.
  • Omaha grabbed 72.0% of the available defensive rebounds vs. South Dakota State, their 10th best percentage of the season.
  • Omaha grabbed 63.0% of the available rebounds at Indiana Dabney, their 3rd best percentage of the season.
  • Omaha grabbed 56.8% of the available rebounds vs. North Dakota State, their 6th best percentage of the season.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has grabbed double digit rebounds in four games this year. Omaha is 4-0 in those games.
  • Jamie Nash has led Omaha in rebounding once this year and 10 times in her career. Omaha is 1-0 in those games this year and 2-8 in her career.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has led Omaha in rebounding seven times. Omaha is 5-2 in those games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer recently moved into 8th all-time in rebounds with 629. She passed Darcy Burns and Julie Hengemuehler.

Assists

  • Jamie Nash has picked up an assist in 76 straight games. She only had two assists against South Dakota State, ending a streak of 22 straight games with at least three assists.
  • Jamie Nash had 10 assists at Indiana Dabney (5th highest total of the year) and 11 assists vs. North Dakota State (tied for 2nd highest total of the year).
  • Omaha had a season high 26 assists at Indiana Dabney. The last time they had that many was on 1/9/12 vs. Dallas Christian.
  • Omaha assisted on 78.8% of the made baskets at Indiana Dabney, their best A/B% of the season.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has now had 5+ assists on two occasions this year and four times in her her career. Omaha is 4-0 in those games.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has had 5+ assists on three occasions. Omaha is 3-0 in those games.
  • Jamie Nash has had 10+ assists four times this year and eight times in her career. Omaha is 4-0 in those games this year and 7-1 in her career.
  • Omaha is 40-33 in the 73 games in Jamie Nash’s career where she leads the team in assists. They are 12-5 when she leads the team in assists this year.
  • Jamie Nash recently passed the 500 assist mark, the first Maverick to reach that plateau.
  • Jamie Nash already has 141 assists this year, the 4th highest single season total in Maverick history. She needs just 26 more assists to have the best single season total.

Steals

  • Jamie Nash has had at least one steal in 82 straight games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has four steals on three occasions this year. She is the only Maverick other than Jamie Nash to grab at least four steals in a game this season.
  • Omaha had a season high 13 steals at Indiana Dabney. It was the most steals since 14 vs. College of St. Mary on 12/7/11.
  • Omaha has 11 steals against South Dakota State. It was tied for 3rd most of the season and was the most against a D1 team since Omaha had 11 against Oakland on 1/3.
  • The South Dakota State game was the first time this year Omaha has lost when either Carolyn Blair Mobley or Paige Frauendorfer has 3+ steals. Omaha was 4-0 this year when Frauendorfer had 3+ steals and 2-0 when Blair-Mobley had 3+ steals.
  • Omaha is 12-3 this year when Jamie Nash has 3+ steals and 39-19 in the 58 career games with 3+ steals.
  • Omaha is 10-5 in the 15 games this year where Jamie Nash has led the team in steals and are 33-31 in the 64 career times she’s lead the team in steals.
  • Omaha is 2-1 this year when Paige Frauendorfer leads the team in steals and 9-11 in the 20 times she’s led the team in steals in her career.

Blocks

  • Taijhe Kelly has recorded two or more blocks on 11 occasions this year. The rest of the team has done it just two times.
  • Taijhe Kelly’s four blocks against North Dakota State were the 2nd most of the year and most since she had five vs. Saint Louis on 11/21.
  • Omaha had four blocks against both Indiana Dabney and North Dakota State. That is tied for 3rd most of the season.
  • Taijhe Kelly has now led Omaha in blocks 14 times this year and 33 times in her career. Omaha is 10-4 in those games this year and 20-13 in her career.
  • Jamie Nash grabbed her 7th career block on Saturday against South Dakota State. It was the first time she’s shared the team lead in blocks for a game.
  • It was Jamie Nash’s first block since 2/5/11 against Emporia State.
  • Taijhe Kelly is now alone in 6th place with 79 career blocks. She recently passed Julie Hengemuehler.
  • Omaha is averaging 3.15 blocks per game, 10th best single season average in school history.

Shooting

  • Paige Frauendorfer had 10 FGs against North Dakota State. It was the most she’s had this year and the 2nd most by a Maverick (Casse Vaughn with 12 vs. College of Saint Mary).
  • Of the 13 times this year where a Maverick hit at least 7 FGs, Paige Frauendorfer has eight of them.
  • Paige Frauendorfer went 10-16 from the field vs. North Dakota State. It was the eight best shooting percentage for a Maverick who made at least five shots this season. It was the bets by any Mavericks since Frauendorfer went 9-14 vs. Fort Wayne on 1/5.
  • Ericka House hit three 3FGs against North Dakota State. It was the seventh time this year she’s hit at least three but the first time since she hit seven at Kansas City on 12/28.
  • Ericka House went 3-5 from the FT line against North Dakota State. It was tied for the 4th best 3FG% of the season with a minimum of two made. The last time an Omaha player shot that well was when Carolyn Blair-Mobley hit three of five at Kansas City on 12/28.
  • Jamie Nash and Ericka House both went 2-4 from three on Saturday vs. South Dakota State. It was the 10th and 11th time this year a Maverick has hit two or more threes and shot 50% or better.
  • Five different Mavericks (Carly Cator, Casse Vaughn, Carolyn Blair-Mobley, Jamie Nash, and Paige Frauendorfer) have hit five FTs this year, but only Carolyn Blair-Mobley has hit more than five (on four occasions).
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley had a season high 10 FTs vs. South Dakota State.
  • Nine times this year a Maverick has hit at least four FTs and gone perfect from the line. Four of those nine were in the last three games. Carly Cator went 5-5 at Indiana Dabney, Paige Frauendorfer went 4-4 vs. North Dakota State, Paige Frauendorfer went 4-4 vs. South Dakota State, and Carolyn-Blair Mobley went 10-10 vs. South Dakota State.
  • Omaha had 33 FGs at Indiana Dabney, the 3nd most they’ve had this year.
  • Omaha had 25 FGs against North Dakota State, the 7th most of the season and most against a D1 team since they had 28 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff on 12/17.
  • Omaha shot 48.1% against North Dakota State, their 5th best percentage of the year and best against a D1 opponent since shooting 53.8% at Arkansas-Pine Bluff on 12/17.
  • Omaha hasn’t hit more than five threes in a game since the Kansas City game on 12/28.
  • Omaha went 4-9 from three (44.4%) against North Dakota State, their 2nd best percentage of the year and best since shooting 47.4% against Louisiana on 11/16.
  • Omaha went 5-13 (38.5%) from three against South Dakota State, their 6th best percentage of the year.
  • Omaha hit 14 FTs against Indiana Dabney, tied for the 4th most of the season.
  • Omaha hit 21 FTs against South Dakota State, the most of the season and most since hitting 22 against Washburn on 1/22/11.
  • Omaha’s 7-8 FT shooting (87.5%) against North Dakota State was their 4th best FT shooting night of the year.
  • Omaha’s 21-22 FT shooting (95.5%) is their best performance of the year and best performance while hitting 20+ FTs since 2000-01. Don’t know if they ever have performed better than that prior to that date.
  • Omaha had an eFG% of 51.9% against North Dakota State, their 6th best 3FG% of the season.
  • Omaha had a FT Production rating of 40.4 against South Dakota State, their 2nd best rating of the season.
  • Omaha is 7-0 when Ericka House hits at least 3 3FGs.
  • Omaha shot greater than 95% from the FT line with at least 10 made for the first time since 12/3/10 at Fort Hays State
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley’s 10 FTs was the first time a Maverick hit at least 10 since Jamie Nash at Southwest Baptist on 2/19/11.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley was the first Maverick to hit 10 FTs and shoot 80% or better since Jamie Nash at Southwest Baptist on 2/19/11, to shoot 90% or better since Heather Pohl vs. Missouri Southern on 1/15/11 and to shoot 100% since Sara Peterson at Minnesota State-Mankato on 1/16/03.
  • Paige Frauendorfer recently passed the 400 FG mark for her career. Paige now has 422 FGs in her career.
  • Omaha is now shooting 72.4% on FTs for the season. This would be the 6th highest single season percentage in school history.

Miscellaneous

  • Paige Frauendorfer had an efficiency rating of 27 vs. North Dakota State, her highest of the season and the 4th highest by a Maverick this year.
  • Omaha allowed 0.47 points per possession to Indiana Dabney, their best performance of the season.
  • Omaha allowed 0.71 points per possession to North Dakota State, their 7th best performance of the season.
  • Omaha had 82 possessions against Indiana Dabney. This was the highest total of the season and 9.3% higher than the previous high of 75 vs. College of Saint Mary.
  • Omaha also had 75 possessions against South Dakota State, the most against a D1 team this season and 5.6% higher than the previous high of 71 in three games.
  • Omaha turned it over on just 17.1% of possessions against Indiana Dabney, their best turnover rate of the season.
  • Omaha is 11-5 in Taijhe Kelly’s 16 starts this year and 12-6 in her 18 career starts.
  • Omaha is 38-38 in Paige Frauendorfer’s 76 career starts.
  • Omaha is 3-0 this year when Jamie Nash has a double-double and 7-2 in the 9 career games where she has one.
  • Omaha’s 44 point lead vs. Indiana Dabney was their largest lead of the season surpassing 37 vs. Texas-Arlington.
  • Omaha’s 19 point deficit vs. South Dakota State was their largest deficit at home of the season.
  • With the win on Thursday, Chance Lindley passed Dee Grindle for 4th all-time career wins at Omaha.
  • Omaha is 5-4 this year and 11-10 in Coach Lindley’s time at Omaha when the game is within 10 points.
  • Jamie Nash and Paige Frauendorfer each played their 100th career game on Saturday.
  • Jamie Nash starter her 94th game on Saturday moving her into a tie for 5th all-time with Ashley Nelson.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has moved into 6th place in school history in minutes. She has now played 3064 minutes in her career.

Maverick Summit League/National Ranks

  • Omaha is 1st in the Summit League in FG% (41.8%), 2nd in rebounds (35.2), 3rd in 3FG% (33.2%), 3rd in assists (13.8), and 3rd in steals (8.8).
  • Omaha is 60th nationally in 3FG% (33.2%), 61st in FG% (41.8%), 68th in FT% (72.4%), 97th in assists (13.8), 136th in rebounds (35.2), and 148th in scoring (63.3).
  • Paige Frauendorfer is 5th in the Summit League in scoring (14.0), 8th in FG% (44.3%), 1st in rebounds (8.5), 10th in steals (1.8).
  • Ericka House is 1st in the Summit League in 3FG (43).
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley is 7th in the Summit League in 3FG (31), 9th in 3FG% (36.5%), 5th in FT% (81.8%), and 5th in rebounds (7.2).
  • Jamie Nash is 1st in the Summit League in assists (7.0) and 1st in the Summit League in steals (3.4).
  • Taijhe Kelly is 2nd in the Summit League in blocks (1.8).
  • Paige Frauendorfer is 220th nationally in scoring (14.0) and 114th nationally in rebounds (8.5).
  • Ericka House is 69th nationally in 3FG (43).
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley is 212th nationally in 3FG (31) and 231st nationally in rebounds (7.2).
  • Jamie Nash is 8th nationally in assists (7.0) and 15th nationally in steals (3.4).
  • Taijhe Kelly is 53rd nationally in blocks (1.8).
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