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February 12, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Women’s Basketball – Game #24 – Postgame Notes, Facts, and Stats – IUPUI

Here are some facts for you!

Scoring

  • Jamie Nash has scored in all 104 games of her career.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has scored in all 24 of her career games for Omaha.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has scored in 35 straight games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer had 20 points, tied for the 8th most by a Maverick this season. Paige has four of the nine 20+ point performances this year.
  • Saturday was Omaha’s fifth loss of the season when Paige Frauendorfer scores in double figures. They are 14-5 overall in the 19 games where she’s reached double figures.
  • This was the first time this year in four occasions where Paige Frauendorfer has scored 20+ points that the Mavericks have lost. They are 5-2 in the 7 career times she’s reached 20 points.
  • This was the 25th time in her career that Paige Frauendorfer has led the Mavericks in scoring. Omaha is 16-9 in those games.
  • This was the first time since the Western Illinois game on January 12th that Omaha has had just one player in double figures. Just like in that game that player had 20 points. In January it was Carolyn Blair-Mobley who had the 20 points.
  • Paige Frauendorfer broke the 1,100 point mark. She now has 1,104 points in her 104 game career.

Rebounding

  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has grabbed a rebound in all 24 of her career games for Omaha. Carolyn has at least three rebounds in 15 straight games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has grabbed a rebound in 91 straight games.

Assists

  • Jamie Nash has picked up an assist in 80 straight games.
  • Omaha assisted on 60% of their baskets against IUPUI, the 8th best rate of the season.
  • This was the 35th time in Jamie Nash’s career that Omaha has lost a game where she led the team in assists. Omaha is 42-35 in those 77 games.
  • Jamie Nash now had 163 assists this year, the 2nd most in a single season in school history. She broke a tie with Jennifer Mitchell who had 159 in 2001-02. Next up is her own school record of 166 from last year.

Steals

  • Jamie Nash was held without a steal, ending a streak of 85 straight games with at least one.
  • This was the first time in Taijhe Kelly’s career where she has shared the team lead in steals.

Blocks 

  • Taijhe Kelly’s 18 combined blocks between the last three games are the most combined ever by a Maverick player in a stretch of three games.
  • Taijhe Kelly’s six blocks against IUPUI were her 2nd most of the season.
  • Omaha had six blocks overall, tied for 2nd most of the season.
  • This was the 15th time in Taijhe Kelly’s career where Omaha has lost when she leads the team in blocks. Omaha is 22-15 in those 37 games.
  • Now that Taijhe Kelly has played 50 games for Omaha she is eligible for the career blocks average chart. She enters the chart in 2nd place with an average of 2.0 blocks per game. Only M. Henke Anderson has a higher average at 2.3 blocks per game.
  • Taijhe Kelly now had 55 blocks this season, 5th most in a season in school history. She passed Tanya Hammes who had 51 in 2002-03 on Thursday. Up next for her is M. Henke Anderson’s 63 in 1982-83.
  • Taijhe Kelly’s 6 blocks were tied for the 4th most in school history. Kelly now has 4 of the top 12 marks in school history, more than any other player.

Shooting 

  • Paige Frauendorfer’s six FTs were tied for the 5th most of the season. Paige now has 16 FTs over the last two games, the most by any Maverick over a two-game stretch this season.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s 6-6 FT shooting was the 10th time this year a Maverick has hit at least four FTs and made all of their attempts. Frauendorfer and Carolyn Blair-Mobley have each done it a team-high four times.
  • Omaha’s 12 FTs were tied for 8th most of the season. The Mavericks have hit 12 FTs and 12 exactly in three straight games. The last time Omaha had the same number of FTs in three straight games was from 2/5/05 to 2/12/05.
  • Omaha went 12-13 from the FT line for 92.3%. That was the 2nd best percentage of the season and best since shooting 95.5% against South Dakota State on January 26th.
  • Eight of Omaha’s 10 best FT shooting games have come at the Sapp Fieldhouse.
  • Omaha had a FT Production Rating of 25.0, their 4th best mark of the season and best since 40.4 against South Dakota State on January 26th.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s Career FT% is up to 76.5%, 8th best in school history for players who have made 100+ FTs. She passed Jennifer Mitchell who was a 75.9% FT shooter from 1998-2002.
  • Omaha’s FT% on the year of 71.9% is now up to 8th best in school history. Next up would be the 2003-04 team who shot 72.3%.

Miscellaneous

  • Omaha gave up just 0.71 points per possession, their 7th best mark of the season and best since the same number against North Dakota State on January 24th.
  • Omaha had just 62 possession against IUOUI, the 3rd lowest of the season and seven below the number they had at IUPUI.
  • This was the 20th start of the year for Taijhe Kelly. The Mavericks re 13-7 in those 20 games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has now started 80 career games. Omaha is 40-40 in those games.
  • Omaha’s largest lead was just three points. The last time Omaha led in a game, but never by more than three points, was the South Dakota game on 12/30/12.
  • This was the first time since the first game with IUPUI on January 10th that Omaha led a game and did not win it.
  • This was the 20th career loss for Chance Lindley. He is now 31-20 in his 51 career games at Omaha.

Summit League/National Ranking

  • Omaha is 2nd in the Summit League in FG% (41.1%), in 3FG% (33.5%), in rebounds (35.2), and in blocks (3.5).
  • Omaha is 3rd in the Summit League in steals (8.5).
  • Omaha is 60th nationally in 3FG% (33.5%), 79th in FT% (71.9%), and 83rd in FG%.
  • Paige Frauendorfer is 3rd in the Summit League in scoring (14.4), 8th in FG% (43.3%), 5th in FT% (80%), 1st in rebounds (8.5), and 9th in steals (1.7).
  • Ericka House is 2nd in the Summit League in 3FGs with 49.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley is 8th in the Summit League in 3FGs (37), 7th in 3FG% (37%), 10th in FT% (77.3%), and 5th in rebounds (6.8).
  • Jamie Nash is 1st in the Summit League in assists (6.8) and steals (3.1).
  • Taijhe Kelly is 1st in the Summit League in blocks (2.3).
  • Paige Frauendorfer is 178th nationally in scoring (14.4) and 108th nationally in rebounding (8.5)
  • Ericka House is 87th nationally with 49 3FGs.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley is 224th nationally with 37 3FGs.
  • Jamie Nash is 9th nationally in assists (6.8) and 21st nationally in steals (3.1).
  • Taijhe Kelly is 27th nationally in blocks with 2.3 per game.
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