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March 6, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Women’s Basketball – Game #28 – Postgame Notes, Facts, and Stats – Kansas City

Scoring

  • Jamie Nash scored in all 108 games of her career.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley scored in all 28 games of her her career at Omaha.
  • Paige Frauendorfer has scored in 39 straight games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s 22 points were tied for the 7th most by a Maverick this season. 7 of the top 8 scoring performances for UNO came at home.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s nine FGs were tied for the 4th most by a Maverick this season.
  • Omaha’s 68 points were their 6th most of the season and most against D1 opposition since scoring 73 vs. Texas-Arlington on November 30th.
  • Omaha scored 1.05 points per possession, their 4th best rate of the season and best since scoring 1.22 ppp on December 21st vs. College of Saint Mary.
  • Omaha scored on 52.1% of their possessions, their 9th best mark of the season and best since scoring on 54.8% at Oakland on February 2nd.
  • Omaha won their 15th game this season when Paige Frauendorfer reaches double figures. Omaha went 15-8 in her 23 games with 10+ points.
  • Jamie Nash reached double figures in points for the 15th time this season. Omaha went 11-4 in those games. It was also the 15th time Carolyn Blair-Mobley reach doubled figures. Omaha went 10-5 in those games.
  • Omaha had three players in double figures for the first time since the South Dakota State game on January 26th.

Rebounding

  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley grabbed a rebound in all 28 of her career games for Omaha. Carolyn had at least three rebounds in 19 straight games.
  • Paige Frauendorfer grabbed a rebound in 95 straight games.
  • Omaha’s 42 rebounds were tied for the 10th most of the season and most since they grabbed 43 vs. Western Illinois on February 7th.

Assists

  • Jamie Nash picked up an assist in 85 straight games.
  • Jamie Nash had 12 assists, tying her career high when she also had at Arkansas-Pine Bluff on December 17th.
  • Omaha’s 22 assists were the 3rd most of the season and most since they had 26 vs. Indiana Dabney on January 19th.
  • Omaha assisted on 78.6% of their made baskets, the 2nd best rate of the season behind 78.8% at Indiana Dabney on January 19th.
  • This was the 35th time in Jamie Nash’s 61 career games with five or more assists that Omaha has won.
  • This was the 5th time in Paige Frauendorfer’s career that she has had five or more assists. Omaha won all five of those games.
  • This was the 5th time this season that Jamie Nash had 10+ assists. Omaha won all five of those games and eight of the night career games where she did that.
  • Jamie Nash led Omaha in assists in 25 of the season’s 28 games. Omaha went 15-10 in those games.

Steals

  • Paige Frauendorfer’s four steals were tied for the 7th most by a Maverick this season. It was the 5th time Frauendorfer has had four steals this season.
  • Omaha’s 11 steals were tied for the 3rd most of the season with the six other times they have record 11 steals this season.
  • This was the 60th time in Jamie Nash’s career that she had three or more steals. Omaha went 38-22 in those games.
  • This was the 7th time that Paige Frauendorfer had three or more steals this year and the 5th time Carolyn Blair-Mobley did it. Omaha was 5-2 when Frauendorfer did it and 4-1 when Blair-Mobley did it.
  • Paige Frauendorfer led Omaha in steals for the fifth times this year. Omaha went 3-2 in those games. Omaha won in 10 of her 22 career games leading the team in steals.

Blocks

  • Taijhe Kelly’s five blocks were tied for the 4th most by a Maverick this season.
  • Omaha’s six blocks were tied for the 3rd most of the season.
  • This was already the 20th time in Taijhe Kelly’s career that she has recorded three or more blocks. Omaha is 10-10 in those games.

Shooting

  • Jamie Nash’s 7-11 FG shooting was her best shooting performance of the year and the 9th best by a Maverick this season when hitting at least five shots. The last Maverick to shoot better was Carolyn Blair-Mobley when she went 7-10 at Fort Wayne on January 31st.
  • Jamie Nash’s three 3FGs were tied for the 6th most by a Maverick this season.
  • Jamie Nash’s 3-3 3FG shooting was the first time this year a Maverick has hit all their shots while taking at least two.
  • Omaha’s 28 FGs were the 6th most of the season and most since making 33 at Indiana Dabney on January 19th.
  • Omaha’s 45.2% FG shooting was their 7th best of the season and best since hitting 48.1% against North Dakota State on January 24th.
  • Omaha’s seven 3FGs were the 6th most of the season and most since hitting 11 in the win at Kansas City on December 28th.
  • Omaha shot 43.8% from three, their 5th best of the season and best since hitting 45.5% against Western Illinois on February 7th.
  • Omaha’s 83.3% FT shooting was tied for their 7th best shooting of the season with a 10-12 performance at South Dakota State on February 21st.
  • Omaha posted a 50.8% eFG% against Kansas City. That was the 8th best mark of the season and best since shooting 51.9% against North Dakota State on January 24th.
  • This was just the 5th time in Jamie Nash’s career that she hit three or more 3FGs. Omaha went 4-1 in those games.

Miscellaneous

  • Jamie Nash and Paige Frauendorfer both posted season high marks in efficiency. Nash’s was the 2nd best by a Maverick this season behind only Carolyn Blair-Mobley’s effort against the College of Saint Mary on December 21st.
  • Omaha gave up just .61 points per possession against Kansas City, their 4th best rate of the season and best against D1 opposition since giving up .53 ppp to Texas-Arlington on November 30th.
  • Omaha turned it over on just 13.9% of possession against Kansas City. This was a season best topping a 14.9% mark at North Dakota State on February 23rd. All of Omaha’s last four games are in the top seven for the season.
  • Jamie Nash won for the 50th time in her 102 career starts while Taijhe Kelly won for the 15th time in her 26 career starts.
  • This was Jamie Nash’s 10th career double-double. Omaha is 8-2 in those 10 games.
  • This was the 16th double-double of the season for Omaha. Every time the Mavericks got a double-double they won the game.
  • Omaha’s 32 point lead late in the game was their largest of the Summit League portion of the schedule and largest against D1 oppostion since leading Texas-Arlington by 37 on November 30th.
  • This was the first time in Summit League play that Omaha did not trail and the first time since the games at Chicago State and Indiana Dabney on January 17th and January 19th.

Summit League/National Ranks

  • Omaha leads the Summit League in blocks (3.8), is 2nd in FG% (40.4%), is 3rd in rebounds (24.8) and is 3rd in steals (8.6).
  • Omaha is 68th nationally in FT% (72.6%), 95th nationally in 3FG% (32.1%), 98th nationally in FG% (40.4%), and 99th in blocks (3.8).
  • Paige Frauendorfer is 2nd in the Summit League in rebounds (8.2), 3rd in scoring (15.0), 3rd in FT% (81.9%), 7th in steals (1.8), and 8th in FG% (43.7%).
  • Ericka House is 2nd in the Summit League in 3FGs with 57.
  • Carolyn Blair-Mobley is 6th in the Summit League in rebounds (6.9), 7th in 3FGs (41), 7th in FT% (78.8%), and 8th in 3FG% (34.7%).
  • Jamie Nash leads the Summit League in assists (6.9) and steals (3.2).
  • Taijhe Kelly leads the Summit League in blocks with 2.6 per game.
  • Paige Frauendorfer is 131st nationally in rebounds (8.2) and 140th nationally in scoring (15.0).
  • Ericka House is 109th nationally in 3FGs with 57.
  • Jamie Nash is 7th nationally in assists (6.9) and 14th nationally in steals (3.2).
  • Taijhe Kelly is 14th nationally in blocks with 2.6 per game.

Records Watch

  • Paige Frauendorfer finished in 10th place in all-time starts with 84.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s 3-3 FT shooting moved her to 77.4% for her career. She passed Karen Thies who shot 77.2% from 2004-07 and ended up 7th best in school history.
  • Paige Frauendorfer had one block which moved her into a tie with Carlye Jones (2003-2007) for 9th all time with 59 career blocks.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s 39 minutes moved her past M. Henke Anderson’s 3352 career minutes from 1979-83 into 3rd most all-time with 3379.
  • Ericka House’s three pointer moved her past Heather Pohl (2011-12 season) into 5th place, alone, for three pointer’s in a season with 57.
  • Paige Frauendorfer’s 39 minutes moved her past Norene Groff (1028 minutes in 1980-81) into 6th place for minutes in a season with 1064.
  • Omaha’s 5-6 FT shooting moved them up to 72.6% for the year. That’s the 6th best mark of all time after edging out the 2007-2008 team which shot 72.4%.
  • Omaha six blocks moved them past the 1986-87 team (102 blocks), 1980-81 team (104 blocks), and the 1981-82 team (106 blocks) into 4th place all-time with 107 blocks in a season.
  • Omaha ended up with an average of 3.82 blocks per game this year. That’s the 3rd best average after they edged past the 1981-82 team which averaged 3.8 blocks.

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. – .347 – Sara Peterson (129-372) – 1999-03
9. – .343 – Heather Pohl (169-493) – 2008-12
10.- .3410 – Cayla Hargrove (119-349) – 2005-09
… – .335 – Ericka House (57-170) – 2012-13

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. – .774 – Paige Frauendorfer (188-243) – 2009-13
8. – .772 – Karen Thies (203-263) – 2004-07
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. – 690 – Paige Frauendorfer (108 games) – 2009-13
8. – 671 – Sarah Larson (237o-434d) – 1996-00
9. – 653 – Tanya Hammes (151o-502d) – 1999-03
10.- 616 – Darcy Burns (105 Games) – 1987-91

Career Assists
1. – 564 – Jamie Nash (108 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. – 5.2 – Jamie Nash (564 in 108 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. – 361 – Jamie Nash (108 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 (361 in 108 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. – 117 – Taijhe Kelly (54 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
    – 59 – Paige Frauendorfer (108 games) – 2009-13

Career Blocks Average (minimum 50 games)
1. – 2.3 – M. Henke Anderson (124 Games) – 1979-83
2. – 2.2 – Taijhe Kelly (117 in 54 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.- 0.55 – Paige Frauendorfer (59 in 108 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. – 102 – 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.– 84 – Paige Frauendorfer – 2009-13

Career Minutes
1. – 3686 – Jennifer Mitchell – 1998-02
2. – 3614 – Jamie Nash – 2009-13
3. – 3379 – Paige Frauendorfer – 2009-13
3. – 3352 – M. Henke Anderson – 1979-83
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. – 33.5 – Jamie Nash (3614 in 108 Games) – 2009-13
3. – 32.4 – Karen Thies (87 Games) – 2004-07
4. – 31.4 – Kim Muma (57 Games) – 1990-92
5. – 31.3 – Paige Frauendorfer (3379 in 108 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. – .533 – Sara Myers – 2003-04
4. – .526 – Casse Vaughn (60-114) – 2012-13
5. – .521 – Kara Paul – 2002-03
6. – .5044 – Tanya Hammes (114-226) – 2000-01
7. – .500 – Anne Bomstad – 2000-01
8. – .496 – Taijhe Kelly (61-123) – 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. – 57 – Ericka House (27 games) – 2012-13
6. – 56 – Heather Pohl (27 Games) – 2011-12
7. – 54 – Karen Thies (28 Games) – 2004-05
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. – 194 – 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. – 6.9 – Jamie Nash (194 in 28 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. – 74 – Taijhe Kelly – 2012-13
4. – 67 – M. Henke Anderson – 1981-82
5. – 63 – M. Henke Anderson – 1982-83
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. – 2.64 – Taijhe Kelly (74 in 28 Games) – 2012-13
2. – 2.53 – M. Henke Anderson (34 Games) – 1980-81
3. – 2.42 – M. Henke Anderson (26 Games) – 1982-83
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. – 90 – Jamie Nash – 2012-13
7. – 86 – Beth Wilkinson – 1997-98
    – 86 – Sandy Skradski – 1991-92
9. – 84 – Sara Peterson – 2002-03
10.– 83 – Vicki Edmonds – 1982-83

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. – 3.21 – Jamie Nash (90 in 28 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. – 1072 – Jamie Nash – 2012-13
6. – 1064 – Paige Frauendorfer – 2012-13
7. – 1028 – Norene Groff – 1980-81
8. – 1008 – Kim Muma – 1991-92
9. – 1006 – Laura J. Anderson – 1986-87
– 1006 – Niece Jochims – 1978-79
… – 1003 – Carolyn Blair-Mobley – 2012-13

Season Minutes average
1. – 38.3 – Jamie Nash (1072 in 28 Games) – 2012-13
2. – 38.0 – Paige Frauendorfer (1064 in 28 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 (1003 in 28 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.– 136 – 2012-13
11.- 127 – 2009-10

Team FT %
1. – .764 – 2005-06
2. – .730 – 2006-07
3. – .730 – 1987-88
4. – .729 – 2010-11
5. – .728 – 1988-89
7. – .726 – (262-361) – 2012-13
6. – .724 – 2007-08
8. – .723 – (352-487) – 2003-04
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. – 107 – 2012-13
5. – 106 – 1981-82
6. – 104 – 1980-81
7. – 102 – 1986-87
8. – 99 – 1984-85
    – 99 – 1982-83
10.– 92 – 2009-10

Team Blocks average

1. – 4.5 – 1987-88
2. – 4.1 – 2002-03
3. – 3.82 – 2012-13
4. – 3.8 – 1981-82
5. – 3.67 – 1982-83
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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