Cincinnati-Marquette Postgame Notes
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UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI WOMEN’S BASKETBALL POSTGAME NOTES

CINCINNATI 54 (9-15, 1-10 BIG EAST), MARQUETTE 52 (12-12, 4-7)

FEBRUARY 13, 2013 // FIFTH THIRD ARENA // CINCINNATI, OHIO

SERIES

  • Marquette now leads the all-time series by a 22-14 edge. Head Coach Jamelle Elliott is 4-2 against the Golden Eagles in her tenure. The Bearcats have now won four of the last five meetings

TEAM

  • UC Starters: Kayla Cook (g), Tiffany Turner (f), Alyesha Lovett (g), Dayeesha Hollins (g), Jeanise Randolph (f).
  • Cincinnati made the first run of the game, using a 12-0 scoring advantage over a span of 5:40 to take a 15-6 lead.
  • Marquette immediately responded with a 13-2 run that lasted 3:12 and flipped the score to a one-point lead (19-18) for the Golden Eagles.
  • With nine steals in the first half, UC has now recorded at least seven steals in the first 20 minutes for the third straight game.
  • The scoring halted down the stretch as neither team recorded a field goal during a 7:08 stretch. Turner’s field goal in the final second was the first score since a UC bucket at 7:09.
  • The Bearcats trailed by four, 52-48 with 2:29 left and outscored Marquette 6-0 down the stretch
  • The win over Marquette was UC’s first in games decided by five points or less this season. Entering Wednesday night, UC was 0-4 in those contests.
  • Limiting the Golden Eagles to just 54 points, UC had now limited a foe to 54 points or less 11 times this season.
  • The game featured 12 ties and nine lead changes.

 

 

INDIVIDUAL

  • Dayeesha Hollins led Cincinnati with 19 points. The junior guard has reached double digits 19 times this season and 68 times in her career.  
  • Hollins has totaled 39 points over the last two games after scoring 20 Saturday night at Rutgers.
  • Chelsea Jamison set a new career-best in steals with three. Alexis Durley and Kayla Cook, also with three, each tied their career-high totals.  
  • Lovett led all players in rebounds with seven.