Northridge Women's Basketball Postgame Notes
Cal State Northridge 66, Cal State Fullerton 53
January 16, 2010
The Matadors' win over the Titans...
Improves Head Coach Staci Schulz's career record to 35-97
Makes the Matadors 9-26 all-time against Cal State Fullerton
Gives CSUN a 375-580 all-time record
Katrina Thompson's 17 point, 14 rebound performance is her fifth double-double game of her career. Also her point and rebound totals are new season highs. She eclipsed her season high rebound total in the first half with eight.
Bridgette Conejo tied her season-best totals in rebounds (9) and assists (3).
Violet Alama set new season highs in points (6), blocks (3) and free throws made (4). She also had three assists which matches her season-best.
Jasmine Erving's 20 point effort is the fourth straight performance where she scored in double-figures.
Neeta Sreekanth matched her season high in points with six.
CSUN shot 43.1 percent from the field and blocked seven shots, which are new season highs.
The Matadors outscored the Titans 40-16 in the second half.
Northridge went on a 26-8 run over an 11:38 stretch, rallying from a 40-26 deficit to take a 52-48 lead.
The Matadors outscored Fullerton 30-18 with points in the paint, including having an 18-2 advantage in the second half.
In the second half, CSUN shot 50.0 percent (13/26) from the field and held Fullerton to 10.5 percent (4/38) shooting.
Fullerton shot 26.0 percent from the field for the game, dished out nine assists and had eight steals, which are all season lows for a Matador opponent this season.
The Titans outscored the Matadors 23-4 over a 9:41 period of the first half, turning a 10-7 deficit into a 30-14 lead.