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February 22, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Women’s Basketball – Game #25 – Postgame Notes, Facts, and Stats – South Dakota State

Here are some facts for you!

Scoring

  • Jamie Nash has scored in all 105 games of her career.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has scored in all 25 of her career games for Omaha.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has scored in 36 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.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s 24 points were the 4th most by a Maverick this season and most since she had 24 vs. North Dakota State on January 24th.
  • It was the most by a Maverick away from the Sapp Fieldhouse since Frauendorfer had her career-high 26 at New Orleans last year on 2/18/12.
  • It was the 10th time this year a Maverick has scored 20 or more points, half of those were by Paige Frauendorfer.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has now been over 20 points in three straight games, the first Maverick to do that since Heather Pohl scored 20+ in three games from 1/22/11 to 1/29/11. She has averaged 22.3 points over that stretch.
  • This was the 20th time this season Paige Frauendorfer has scored in double-digits. Omaha is 14-6 in those games.
  • This was the first time Omaha has lost when Ericka House scores in double figures. Omaha is now 11-1 in her 12 career games with 10+ points.
  • This was the 5th time this year Paige Frauendorfer has scored 20+ points, Omaha is 3-2 in those games.
  • This was the 15th time this season and 26th time in her career where Paige Frauendorfer has led the team in scoring. Omaha is 10-5 in those games this year and 16-10 overall.
  • Omaha had just two players in double figures for the first time since the game at Fort Wayne on January 31st.

Rebounding

  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley has grabbed a rebound in all 25 of her career games for Omaha. Carolyn has at least three rebounds in 16 straight games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has grabbed a rebound in 92 straight games.
  • This was the 35th time in her career and 13th time this year that Paige Frauendorfer has led the Mavericks in rebounding. Omaha is 20-15 in those 35 games and 8-5 this year.

Assists

  • Jamie Nash has picked up an assist in 81 straight games.
  • Omaha lost for the 5th time this year when Jamie Nash has at least five assists. Omaha is 13-5 in the 18 games this year when she has at least five.

Steals

  • Jamie Nash had four steals, her first time stealing four or more since the game at Oakland on February 2nd. The four assists are tied for 6th most of the year by a Maverick.
  • This was the 60th time in Jamie Nash’s career where she has had at least three steals. Omaha is 40-20 in those sixty games.

Blocks

  • Taijhe Kelly’s 23 combined blocks between the last four games are the most combined ever by a Maverick player in a stretch of four games.
  • Taijhe Kelly’s five blocks were tied for her 3rd most of the year and 7th most in school history.
  • Taijhe Kelly has now blocked five or more shots in the last four straight games. Before those four games it had only been done nine times in school history.
  • Omaha’s five blocks as a team were tied for the 4th most of the season.
  • This was the 10th time this year Taijhe Kelly has had three or more blocks. Omaha is 6-4 in those games.

Shooting

  • Paige Frauendorfer’s 10 FGs were tied for a 2nd most by a Maverick this year and the most since she hit 10 against North Dakota State on January 24th. Paige has eight of the 11 performances this year where a Maverick has hit eight or more FGs.
  • Ericka House’s four 3FGs were tied for the 4th most by a Maverick this season and most since she hit four at Oakland on February 2nd. Of Omaha’s top five individual three point shooting games this season, four have come from House and four have come on the road.
  • Ericka House’s 4-7 performance from three was the 9th best shooting by a Maverick who hit at least 2 3FGs this season and best since Carolyn Blair-Mobley went 5-7 at Fort Wayne on January 31st.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s 4-4 FT shooting was the 11th time this year an Omaha player has been perfect from the line while hitting at least four FTs.
  • Omaha’s 10-12 FT performance was their 7th best FT percentage of the season.

Miscellaneous

  • Omaha only turned it over on 17.5% of their possessions, the 3rd best rate of the season and best since turning it over on just 17.1% in the game at Indiana Dabney on January 19th.
  • This was the 25th start of the year for Jamie Nash, Paige Frauendorfer, Carolyn Blair-Mobley, and Carly Cator. The four have started every game and Omaha is 16-9 this year.
  • South Dakota State is the only team to lead Omaha by more than 14 since the loss at Western Illinois on January 12th. South Dakota State has done it in both games against Omaha.

Records Watch

  • Ericka House crossed the 50 career 3FG mark and thus is eligible for the career 3FG% charts. She enters the chart in 8th place at 35.8%, just behind Jennifer Mitchell who shot 36% from 1998-2002.
  • Paige Frauendorfer now has 670 career rebounds, just one behind Sarah Larson for 7th place and should pass her early in the game on Saturday. Larson had 671 rebounds from 1996-2000.
  • Jamie Nash became the first Maverick to ever grab 350 steals in a career on Thursday.
  • Taijhe Kelly became the 4th Maverick to block 100 shots in a career, she now has 103. Tanya Hammes is 3rd on the list with 124 from 1999-2003.
  • Ericka House’s four 3FGs moved her from a tie for 9th most in a season with Lindsey Peterson, who had 49 in 2004-05, into 7th place. She passed Jennifer Mitchell who had 51 in 2000-01. 6th place belongs to Karen Thies who hit 54 in 2004-05.
  • Jamie Nash broke her own school record of 166 assists in a season. She now has 168 assists this season.
  • Taijhe Kelly was already 5th in school history for blocks in a season but on Thursday she became the 2nd woman in school history to block 60 shots in a season. She’s chasing M. Henke Anderson for 4th most in a season, Anderson had 63 in 1982-83.
  • Taijhe Kelly is now averaging 2.40 blocks per game. She moved past M. Henke Anderson’s 1981-82 season (2.39) into 3rd place in school history. 2nd place is Anderson’s 1982-83 season when she blocked 2.42 shots per game.
  • Omaha’s team block average jumped from 3.5 per game to 3.56 per game. That moved Omaha from the 8th best season average to the 5th best season average. Omaha passed the 3.54 average in 1984-85 and the 3.52 average in 1986-87.

Career 3-point FG percentage (minimum 50 made)
1. – .434 – Tricia Floyd (155-357) – 1988-92
2. – .409 – Jill Dau (72-176) – 1985-89
3. – .399 – Lindsey Petersen (142-356) – 2000-05
4. – .380 – J.J. Smith (63-166) – 2002-06
5. – .375 – Karen Thies (168-448) – 2004-07
6. – .361 – Ashley Freerksen (69-191) – 2005-07
7. – .360 – Jennifer Mitchell (214-594) – 1998-02
8. – .358 – Ericka House (53-148) – 2012-13
9. – .347 – Sara Peterson (129-372) – 1999-03
10.– .343 – Heather Pohl (169-493) – 2008-12
11.- .341 – Cayla Hargrove (119-349) – 2005-09

Career Free throw percentage (minimum 100 made)
1. – .854 – Cayla Hargrove (275-322) – 2005-09
2. – .804 – Heather Pohl (205-255) – 2008-12
3. – .801 – Lacey Geitzenauer (113-141) – 2005-07
4. – .796 – Amy Loth (214-269) – 1993-97
5. – .792 – Jill Ohm (137-173) – 1995-99
6. – .784 – Darcy Burns (167-213) – 1987-91
7. – .772 – Karen Thies (203-263) – 2004-07
8. – .769 – Paige Frauendorfer (180-234) – 2009-13
9. – .7589 – Jennifer Mitchell (261-344) – 1998-02
10.- .754 – Laura Larson (159-211) – 1986-90
11.- .748 – Laura J. Anderson (436-583) – 1984-88

Career Rebounds
1. – 1148 – Niece Jochims (107 Games) – 1975-79
2. – 1084 – Barb Hart (116 Games) – 1977-81
3. – 1024 – M. Henke Anderson (124 Games) – 1979-83
4. – 938 – Jackie Scholten (107 Games) – 1983-87
5. – 925 – Sandy Skradski (111 Games) – 1989-93
6. – 861 – Laura J. Anderson (107 Games) – 1984-88
7. – 671 – Sarah Larson (237o-434d) – 1996-00
8. – 670 – Paige Frauendorfer (105 games) – 2009-13
9. – 653 – Tanya Hammes (151o-502d) – 1999-03
10.- 616 – Darcy Burns (105 Games) – 1987-91

Career Assists
1. – 538 – Jamie Nash (105 games) – 2009-13
2. – 474 – Jennifer Mitchell (109 games) – 1998-02
3. – 460 – Kriss Edwards (127 games) – 1977-81
4. – 391 – Lisa Rath (111 games) – 1989-93
5. – 375 – Jena Janovy (110 games) – 1984-88
6. – 345 – Alyssa Green (111 games) – 2006-10
7. – 329 – Stacie Kaiser (103 games) – 1993-97
8. – 298 – Rayna Wagley (108 games) – 1984-89
9. – 289 – Karen Thies (87 games) – 2004-07
10.- 278 – Jill Dau (110 games) – 1985-89

Career Assists Average (minimum 50 games)
1. – 5.1 – Jamie Nash (538 in 105 Games) – 2009-13
2. – 4.3 – Jennifer Mitchell (109 Games) – 1998-02
3. – 3.9 – Shannon Eggers (54 Games) – 2002-04
4. – 3.6 – Kriss Edwards (127 Games) – 1977-81
5. – 3.5 – Lisa Rath (111 Games) – 1989-93
6. – 3.4 – Jena Janovy (110 Games) – 1984-88
7. – 3.3 – Karen Thies (87 Games) – 2004-07
8. – 3.2 – Stacie Kaiser (103 Games) – 1993-97
9. – 3.1 – Alyssa Green (111 Games) – 2006-10
10.- 2.8 – Rayna Wagley (108 Games) – 1984-89

Career Steals
1. – 350 – Jamie Nash (105 games) – 2009-13
2. – 331 – Kriss Edwards (127 games) – 1977-81
3. – 264 – Stacie Kaiser (103 games) – 1993-97
4. – 243 – Alyssa Green (111 games) – 2006-10
5. – 224 – Linda Schabloske (87 games) – 1991-93,94-96
6. – 222 – Amy Loth (101 games) – 1993-97
– 222 – Vicki Edmonds (93 games) – 1980-84
8. – 204 – Karen Thies (87 games) – 2004-07
9. – 200 – Lisa Rath (111 games) – 1989-93
– 200 – Sandy Skradski (111 games) – 1989-93

Career Steals average (minimum 50 games)
1. – 3.3 – Jamie Nash (350 in 105 games) – 2009-13

2. – 2.6 – Kriss Edwards (127 games) – 1977-81
3. – 2.6 – Linda Schabloske (87 games) – 1991-93,94-96
4. – 2.6 – Stacie Kaiser (103 games) – 1993-97
5. – 2.4 – Vicki Edmonds (93 games) – 1980-84
6. – 2.3 – Karen Thies (87 games) – 2004-07
7. – 2.3 – Michelle Spetman (80 games) – 1993-96
8. – 2.2 – Kim Muma (57 games) – 1990-92
9. – 2.2 – Amy Loth (101 games) – 1993-97
10.- 2.2 – Alyssa Green (111 games) – 2006-10

Career Blocks
1. – 291 – M. Henke Anderson (124 games) – 1979-83
2. – 129 – Laura J. Anderson (107 games) – 1984-88
3. – 124 – Tanya Hammes (91 games) – 1999-03
4. – 103 – Taijhe Kelly (51 games) – 2011-13
5. – 83 – Ashley Nelson (107 games) – 2006-10
– 83 – Carol Wink (59 games) – 1985-88
7. – 75 – Julie Hengemuehler (108 games) – 1981-85
8. – 60 – Kathy Van Diepen (98 games) – 1985-89
9. – 59 – Carlye Jones (112 games) – 2003-07
10.- 57 – Paige Frauendorfer (105 games) – 2009-13

Career Blocks Average (minimum 50 games)
1. – 2.3 – M. Henke Anderson (124 Games) – 1979-83
2. – 2.0 – Taijhe Kelly (103 in 51 games) – 2009-13
3. – 1.4 – Carol Wink (59 Games) – 1985-88
4. – 1.4 – Tanya Hammes (91 Games) – 1999-03
5. – 1.2 – Laura J. Anderson (107 Games) – 1984-88
6. – 1.0 – Amanda Brodsack (56 Games) – 2007-09
7. – 0.8 – Kim Muma (57 Games) – 1990-92
8. – 0.8 – Ashley Nelson (107 Games) – 2006-10
9. – 0.7 – Julie Hengemuehler (108 Games) – 1981-85
10.- 0.61 – Kathy Van Diepen (98 Games) – 1985-89
11.- 0.54 – Paige Frauendorfer (57 in 105 games) – 2009-13

Career Games started
1. – 110 – Lindsey Petersen – 2000-05
2. – 108 – Alyssa Green – 2006-10
3. – 107 – Niece Jochims – 1975-79
4. – 104 – Jennifer Mitchell – 1998-02
5. – 99 – Jamie Nash – 2009-13
6. – 94 – Ashley Nelson – 2006-10
7. – 92 – Amy Loth – 1993-97
8. – 91 – Aimee Noel – 1989-92,93-94
9. – 87 – Karen Thies – 2004-07
10.- 83 – J.J. Smith – 2002-06
– 83 – Amy Breen – 1993-97
… – 81 – Paige Frauendorfer – 2009-13

Career Minutes
1. – 3686 – Jennifer Mitchell – 1998-02
2. – 3496 – Jamie Nash – 2009-13
3. – 3352 – M. Henke Anderson – 1979-83
4. – 3260 – Paige Frauendorfer – 2009-13
5. – 3180 – Kriss Edwards – 1977-81
6. – 3129 – Lindsey Petersen – 2000-05
7. – 2999 – Jackie Scholten – 1983-87
8. – 2978 – Laura J. Anderson – 1984-88
9. – 2977 – Alyssa Green – 2006-10
10.- 2974 – Barb Hart – 1977-81

Career Minutes Average (minimum 50 games)
1. – 33.8 – Jennifer Mitchell (109 Games) – 1998-02
2. – 33.3 – Jamie Nash (3496 in 105 Games) – 2009-13
3. – 32.4 – Karen Thies (87 Games) – 2004-07
4. – 31.4 – Kim Muma (57 Games) – 1990-92
5. – 31.0 – Paige Frauendorfer (3260 in 105 Games) – 2009-13
6. – 29.5 – Lisa Linthacum (55 Games) – 1981-83
7. – 28.2 – Lindsey Petersen (111 Games) – 2000-05
8. – 28.0 – Jackie Scholten (107 Games) – 1983-87
9. – 27.8 – Laura J. Anderson (107 Games) – 1984-88
10. – 27.6 – Michelle Spetman (80 Games) – 1993-96

Season FG % (minimum 50 made, since 2000-01) 
1. – .563 – Lacey Geitzenauer – 2005-06
2. – .547 – Raina Tasa – 2001-02
3. – .543 – Casse Vaughn (57-105) – 2012-13
4. – .533 – Sara Myers – 2003-04
5. – .521 – Kara Paul – 2002-03
6. – .504 – Tanya Hammes – 2000-01
7. – .500 – Anne Bomstad – 2000-01
8. – .495 – Taijhe Kelly (54-109) – 2012-13
9. – .493 – J.J. Smith – 2004-05
10.- .492 – Cayla Hargrove – 2008-09
11.– .487 – Lacey Geitzenauer – 2006-07
– .487 – Tanya Hammes – 2002-03

Season 3PFG made
1. – 76 – Karen Thies (28 Games) – 2006-07
2. – 73 – Jennifer Mitchell (29 Games) – 2001-02
3. – 62 – Heather Pohl (26 Games) – 2010-11
4. – 60 – Sara Peterson (28 Games) – 2002-03
5. – 56 – Heather Pohl (27 Games) – 2011-12
6. – 54 – Karen Thies (28 Games) – 2004-05
7. – 53 – Ericka House (25 games) – 2012-13
8. – 51 – Jennifer Mitchell (26 Games) – 2000-01
9. – 49 – Lindsey Petersen (28 Games) – 2004-05
10.– 48 – Jennifer Mitchell (27 Games) – 1999-00

Season Assists
1. – 168 – Jamie Nash – 2012-13
2. – 166 – Jamie Nash – 2011-12
3. – 159 – Jennifer Mitchell – 2001-02
4. – 147 – Jena Janovy – 1987-88
5. – 136 – Kriss Edwards – 1979-80
6. – 129 – Niece Jochims – 1978-79
7. – 125 – Shannon Eggers – 2002-03
8. – 124 – Jennifer Mitchell – 2000-01
9. – 122 – Stacie Kaiser – 1996-97
10.- 121 – Toni Kinsey – 2005-06

Season Assists average (minimum 10 games)
1. – 6.7 – Jamie Nash (168 in 25 games) – 2012-13
2. – 6.1 – Jamie Nash (27 Games) – 2011-12
3. – 5.5 – Jennifer Mitchell (29 Games) – 2001-02
4. – 5.4 – Jena Janovy (27 Games) – 1987-88
5. – 4.8 – Jennifer Mitchell (26 Games) – 2000-01
6. – 4.7 – Stacie Kaiser (26 Games) – 1996-97
7. – 4.6 – Jamie Nash (26 Games) – 2010-11
8. – 4.5 – Shannon Eggers (28 Games) – 2002-03
9. – 4.3 – Lisa Rath (28 Games) – 1990-91
10.- 4.2 – Niece Jochims (31 Games) – 1978-79

Season Blocks
1. – 86 – M. Henke Anderson – 1980-81
2. – 75 – M. Henke Anderson – 1979-80
3. – 67 – M. Henke Anderson – 1981-82
4. – 63 – M. Henke Anderson – 1982-83
5. – 60 – Taijhe Kelly – 2012-13
6. – 51 – Tanya Hammes – 2002-03 
7. – 44 – Ashley Nelson – 2009-10
8. – 43 – Taijhe Kelly – 2011-12
9. – 42 – Carol Wink – 1987-88
10.- 40 – Tanya Hammes – 2000-01

Season Blocks average (minimum 10 games)
1. – 2.5 – M. Henke Anderson (34 Games) – 1980-81
2. – 2.42 – M. Henke Anderson (26 Games) – 1982-83
3. – 2.40 – Taijhe Kelly (60 in 25 Games) – 2012-13
4. – 2.39 – M. Henke Anderson (28 Games) – 1981-82
5. – 2.08 – M. Henke Anderson (36 Games) – 1979-80
6. – 1.821 – Tanya Hammes (28 Games) – 2002-03
7. – 1.75 – Carol Wink (24 Games) – 1987-88 
8. – 1.74 – Tanya Hammes (23 Games) – 2000-01
9. – 1.654 – Taijhe Kelly (26 Games) – 2011-12
10.- 1.652 – Laura J. Anderson (23 Games) – 1985-86

Season Steals
1. – 142 – Kriss Edwards – 1980-81
2. – 126 – Kriss Edwards – 1979-80
3. – 110 – Jamie Nash – 2011-12
4. – 101 – Stacie Kaiser – 1996-97
5. – 99 – Darcy Stracke – 1999-00
6. – 86 – Beth Wilkinson – 1997-98
– 86 – Sandy Skradski – 1991-92
8. – 84 – Sara Peterson – 2002-03
9. – 83 – Vicki Edmonds – 1982-83
10.- 81 – Jamie Nash – 2009-10
– 81 – Linda Schabloske – 1992-93
– 81 – Kim Muma – 1991-92
… – 79 – Jamie Nash (25 games) – 2012-13

 

Season Steals average (minimum 10 games)
1. – 4.2 – Kriss Edwards (34 Games) – 1980-81
2. – 4.2 – Vicki Edmonds (13 Games) – 1983-84
3. – 4.1 – Jamie Nash (27 Games) – 2011-12
4. – 3.9 – Stacie Kaiser (26 Games) – 1996-97
5. – 3.71 – Kriss Edwards (34 Games) – 1979-80
6. – 3.67 – Darcy Stracke (27 Games) – 1999-00
7. – 3.31 – Beth Wilkinson (26 Games) – 1997-98
8. – 3.16 – Jamie Nash (79 in 25 Games) – 2012-13
9. – 3.115 – Linda Schabloske (26 Games) – 1992-93
10.- 3.115 – Jamie Nash (26 Games) – 2010-11

Season Minutes
1. – 1137 – Barb Hart – 1978-79
2. – 1120 – Kriss Edwards – 1979-80
3. – 1112 – Barb Hart – 1980-81
4. – 1098 – Kriss Edwards – 1980-81
5. – 1028 – Norene Groff – 1980-81
6. – 1008 – Kim Muma – 1991-92
7. – 1006 – Laura J. Anderson – 1986-87
– 1006 – Niece Jochims – 1978-79
9. – 1000 – Jennifer Mitchell – 1998-99
10.- 992 – Paige Frauendorfer – 2011-12
… – 954 – Jamie Nash – 2012-13
… – 945 – Paige Frauendorfer – 2012-13
… – 896 – Carolyn Blair-Mobley – 2012-13

Season Minutes average
1. – 38.2 – Jamie Nash (954 in 25 Games) – 2012-13
2. – 37.8 – Paige Frauendorfer (945 in 25 Games) – 2012-13

3. – 37.0 – Jennifer Mitchell (27 Games) – 1998-99
4. – 36.7 – Paige Frauendorfer (27 Games) – 2011-12
5. – 36.7 – Barb Hart (31 Games) – 1978-79
6. – 36.0 – Jamie Nash (27 Games) – 2011-12
7. – 35.8 – Carolyn Blair-Mobley (896 in 25 Games) – 2012-13
8. – 34.75 – Kim Muma (29 Games) – 1991-92
9. – 34.7 – Laura J. Anderson (29 Games) – 1986-87
10.- 34.6 – Darcy Stracke (27 Games) – 1999-00
11.- 34.5 – Jennifer Mitchell (26 Games) – 2000-01

Team 3PFGs made
1. – 221 – 2006-07
2. – 184 – 2005-06
3. – 170 – 2001-02
4. – 168 – 2007-08
– 168 – 2004-05
6. – 152 – 2008-09
7. – 146 – 2010-11
– 146 – 2011-12
9. – 140 – 2000-01
10.- 127 – 2009-10
… – 124 – 2012-13

Team 3PFG %
1. – .438 – 1989-90
2. – .423 – 1988-89
3. – .389 – 1987-88
4. – .365 – 2001-02
5. – .363 – 2004-05
6. – .350 – 2003-04
7. – .347 – 2006-07
8. – .338 – 1991-92
9. – .335 – 2011-12
10.- .331 – 2012-13 (124-375)
11.- .328 – 2005-06

Team FT %
1. – .764 – 2005-06
2. – .730 – 2006-07
3. – .730 – 1987-88
4. – .729 – 2010-11
5. – .728 – 1988-89
6. – .724 – 2007-08
7. – .72279 – (352-487) – 2003-04
8. – .72271 – (245-339) – 2012-13
9. – .717 – 1996-97
10. – .706 – 2008-09
11. – .704 – 2000-01

Team Blocks
1. – 121 – 1987-88
2. – 119 – 1979-80
3. – 116 – 2002-03
4. – 106 – 1981-82
5. – 104 – 1980-81
6. – 102 – 1986-87
7. – 99 – 1984-85
– 99 – 1982-83
9. – 92 – 2009-10
10.- 91 – 2001-02
… – 89 – 2012-13

 

Team Blocks average
1. – 4.5 – 1987-88
2. – 4.1 – 2002-03
3. – 3.8 – 1981-82
4. – 3.7 – 1982-83
5. – 3.56 – 2012-13
6. – 3.54 – 1984-85
7. – 3.52 – 1986-87
8. – 3.46 – 2010-11
9. – 3.423 – 1985-86
10.– 3.41 – 2009-10
11.– 3.138 – 2001-02

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