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February 12, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Men’s Basketball – Game #27 – Postgame Notes, Facts, and Stats – IUPUI

While I enjoying tweeting these out as well, figured this might be an easy way to put them all together for easy viewing :). Enjoy!

Scoring

  • John Karhoff’s 26 points were tied for the 2nd most by a Maverick this year. He is the 3rd Maverick to score 26 points along with Justin Simmons and CJ Carter.
  • Omaha scored 85 points against IUPUI, 5th most this season and most since scoring 86 vs. Fort Wayne on January 31st.
  • Omaha scored 1.17 points per possession, their 3rd best of the season and best since scoring 1.25 points per possession at South Dakota on January 24th.
  • Three of Omaha’s four most efficient offensive outings have been on the road.
  • Omaha scored on 58.9% of their possessions on Saturday. This was their best mark of the season besting scoring on 54.9% of the possessions against Western Illinois on January 12th.
  • CJ Carter scored in double figures for the 30th time in his career. Omaha is 13-17 in those games.
  • John Karhoff’s 26 points were the 5th time he’s reached 20 points in his career. Omaha is 4-1 in those games, 2-0 this season.
  • Saturday was the 5th time John Karhoff has the led the Mavericks in scoring in a win. Omaha is 5-7 in the 12 times he has led the team in scoring.
  • Omaha had four players in double figures for the first time since the Fort Wayne game on January 31st.

Rebounding

  • Alex Welhouse’s 12 rebounds were a season high for the Mavericks and most since he had 12 at Northern Illinois last year on 12/3/11.
  • Justin Simmons had 7 rebounds making this the first time the Mavericks have had 2 players with 7+ rebounds since the Benedictine game on 12/18/12.
  • Omaha had 40 rebounds, a season high and the most Omaha has had since they grabbed 42 vs. Nebraska-Kearney last year on 2/15/12.
  • Omaha grabbed 33.3% of their available offensive rebounds, the 3rd best percentage of the season and best against D1 opposition.
  • Omaha grabbed 83.9% of available defensive rebounds, their 2nd best percentage of the season and best since they grabbed 86.4% at Denver on December 15th.
  • Omaha grabbed 60.6% of the rebounds, best of the year and their first time over 55% this season.
  • Omaha is now 2-0 this season when Alex Welhouse grabs at least 10 rebounds.

Assists

  • John Karhoff has an assist in 16 straight games. His longest career streak is 17 straight games starting with the final five games of the 2010-11 season and running the first 12 games of the 2011-12 season.
  • John Karhoff’s five assists were tied for the 5th most this season and is the 5th time he’s had five assists this year. Of the 11 times where a Maverick has had 5+ assists this season, five of them have been by John Karhoff, a team-high.
  • Omaha’s 16 assists were the 8th most they’ve had this year and most since they had 17 at South Dakota on January 24th.
  • Omaha is 3-2 this season, 3-5 overall when John Karhoff has at least five assists.
  • John Karhoff has led the team in assists 10 times this year. Omaha is 5-5 when he leads the team in assists this year and 6-8 in his career.

Steals

  • Alex Phillips led the Mavericks in steals for the 5th time. Omaha is 2-3 in those games.

Blocks

  • Matt Hagerbaumer has led the Mavericks in blocks 10 times in wins. Omaha is 10-18 in the 28 games where he has leads the team in blocks.

Shooting

  • After failing to have any player hit 4 or more FTs in 5 straight games, the Mavericks have done it in 12 of the last 15 games.
  • John Karhoff’s 11 FGs are tied for the 2nd most this season and are a career high for Karhoff. It’s the first time a Maverick made at least 11 FGs since Justin Simmons hit 11 against Fort Wayne on January 5th.
  • Alex Welhouse has now made 3+ 3FG in five games this year, a team high.
  • Omaha’s 33 FGs were tied for the 3rd most of the season and mean that all five of Omaha’s top five FG totals have come against Summit League opposition.
  • Omaha shot 53.2% from the field on Saturday, their 5th best percentage of the season and best since shooting 62.7% against Fort Wayne on January 31st.
  • Omaha’s 15 FTs vs. IUPUI were tied for the 8th most of the season and msot since hitting 16 vs. Fort Wayne on January 31st.
  • Omaha’s 56.5% eFG% was their 9th-best of the season. Seven of Omaha’s top nine games were against Summit League competition.
  • Omaha had a FT Production Rate of 24.2, their 10th best of the season and best since a rate of 31.4 against Fort Wayne on January 31st.
  • Omaha is now 2-3 this year and 10-12 in his career when Alex Welhouse hits at least three triples.

Miscellaneous

  • Omaha has trailed in every game this year and trailed by 10 or more in 19 of the 27 games.
  • Omaha had 69 possessions at IUPUI, their 5th lowest total of the season and the lowest they have had since the same amount at Cal State Bakersfield on January 19th.
  • Omaha turned it over on just 15.1% of their possessions, the 6th best rate of the season.
  • Saturday was Alex Welhouse’s 2nd career double-double. Omaha is 2-0 in those games, both of them this season.
  • Omaha’s comeback from down 22 was their largest of the season.
  • The wins was Derrin Hansen’s 130th win. He’s now 130-104 in his 234 career games at UNO.

Summit League/National Rankings

  • Omaha is 2nd in the Summit League in FG% (46.9%), 3rd in steals (6.74) and 4th in point (70.9).
  • Omaha is 32nd nationally in FG% (46.9%), 86th nationally in 3FG% (35.95), and 92nd nationally in scoring (70.9).
  • Justin Simmons is 4th in the Summit League in scoring (16.0), 10th in FT% (75.9%), and 8th in steals (1.22).
  • John Karhoff is 10th in the Summit League in scoring with 12.5 points per game.
  • Alex Welhouse is 9th in the Summit League in 3FG% at 41%.
  • CJ Carter is 9th in the Summit League in FT% (76.1%), 8th in assists (2.7), and 10th in steals (1.12).
  • Matt Hagerbaumer is 8th in the Summit League in blocks with 0.85 per game.
  • Justin Simmons is 128th nationally in scoring with 16.0 per game.
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