Men's Basketball |
Feb. 21, 2010
Box Score |
• Records: Cincinnati - 15-11; 6-8 BIG EAST; Marquette – 17-9; 8-6 BIG EAST.
• UC started a lineup of Cashmere Wright, Rashad Bishop, Ibrahima Thomas, Lance Stephenson, and Steve Toyloy, its 16th different lineup of the 2010 season.
• Cincinnati leads the all-time series 24-18. Marquette has won three straight games against the Bearcats.
• UC scored its first field goal 4:10 into the game.
• UC knocked down eight 3-pointers in the game, its best effort since also hitting eight against Providence on Jan. 30.
• UC held a 40-28 advantage in points in the paint.
• The Bearcats scored 20 points off of 11 Marquette turnovers.
• UC’s 10 turnovers were its fewest in a game since committing 10 at Notre Dame (Feb. 4).
• With UC leading 18-14 with 12:19 left in the first half, Marquette went on a 17-0 run and led 31-18 with 6:35 left. UC went 5:39 without basket. The run was book-ended by a pair of UC three pointers by Larry Davis.
• Trailing 31-18 with 7:47 left in the first half, UC went on a 21-2 run over the next 7:08 to lead 39-33 at the half, its largest lead in the first half.
• It was UC’s biggest halftime lead since leading by nine against UCF at Fifth Third Arena on Jan. 20.
• The Bearcats had 20 assists in the game, after combining for 12 in the previous two contests.
• UC’s fell to 0-3 in overtime games this season.
• Marquette was 16-of-17 from the free-throw line. Their first miss did not come until overtime.
• The game featured 12 lead changes and 10 ties.
• Today’s attendance was 10,192, UC’s fifth home crowd of the season to break the 10,000 plateau.
• After scoring three points in his previous three games, Larry Davis finished with 13, tying his season high (Prairie View A&M/Nov. 16).
• Dion Dixon finished with 12 points after scoring nine points in his last six games. He tallied nine in the first half against Marquette. It marked his first double-figure scoring output since the Cal State Bakersfield game (Jan. 6) and sixth of the season.
• Larry Davis finished with 13 points, tying his season high. He has four double-digit scoring games on the season.
• Yancy Gates finished with 14 points after scoring eight points in the past two games. It was the first time Gates hit double figures in the past three games and his most points since scoring 12 at Louisville (Jan. 24).
• Rashad Bishop had a team-high 17 points, his seventh double-figure scoring output of the season and first in the last four games.
• Deonta Vaughn and Ibrahima Thomas tied for the team lead with six rebounds apiece.