Cincinnati-Kent State Women's Basketball Postgame Notes

Nov. 17, 2013

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CINCINNATI 65 (1-2), KENT STATE 46 (1-2)


Cincinnati now leads the all-time series 9-4. The Bearcats now hold a 5-1 record in games played in Cincinnati. UC has now won the last two match-ups, picking up a 59-41 win last season.


  • UC Starters: Kayla Cook (g), Alyesha Lovett (g), Chelsea Jamison (g), Dayeesha Hollins (g), Jeanise Randolph (f).
  • Cincinnati limited Kent State to just 17 points during the second half, using a 22-5 run to make it a 54-34 UC lead late in the second half.
  • UC recorded its highest free-throw percentage of the season with aN 81.3 percent clip, going 26-of-32 from the line.  
  • Cincinnati outrebounded the Golden Flashes 42-33 in the contest. It marks the second-straight game the Bearcats have won the battle on the boards by more than nine after outrebounding Florida State 43-30. The bearcats have grabbed at least 40 rebounds in each game this season.
  • With Alexis Durley leading the Bearcats in scoring with 18 points, UC has had a different leading scorer in each game this season. Marley Hill (16) and Jeanise Randolph (15) led the team during the previous two games.
  • The UC bench has contributed at least 26 points during each game this season. In each game this season, the leading scorer has come off the bench.




  • Alexis Durley was a perfect 14-of-14 from the free throw line, setting a new single-game record for free-throw percentage. The previous high for a perfect free-throw percentage in a game was 12-for-12 set by Cheryl Cook against Kentucky on November 22, 1983.
  • Alexis Durley also set a career-high in scoring with 18 points. Her previous best was 15 points against Eastern Kentucky on December 9, 2012.
  • Kayla Cook recorded double-digit points for the first time this season with 11, going 2-of-4 from behind the arc.
  • Alyesha Lovett also had her first double-digit scoring effort of the season with 12 points.
  • Jeanise Randolph moved into seventh place on UC’s all-time blocks list after recording three blocks against Kent State. The senior has 55 in her career, passing Lisa Antil and Asa Odeus. She is six behind current teammate Tiffany Turner for sixth place.