Jan. 23, 2010
Northridge Women's Basketball Postgame Notes
Cal State Northridge 60, Cal Poly 73
January 23, 2010
The Matadors' loss to the Mustangs...
• Drops Head Coach Staci Schulz's career record to 35-98
• Makes the Matadors 31-28 all-time against Cal Poly
• Gives CSUN a 375-581 all-time record
· For the fifth-straight game and 22nd time in her career, Jasmine Erving scored in double-figures, finishing with 10 points.
· Bridgette Conejo lead the team in scoring for the sixth time this season with 15 points. This gives her 13 career double-figure scoring games.
· Analee Viena-Lota had her 20th career double-figure scoring game with 10 points.
· Violet Alama tied two career highs by connecting on two field goals and scoring six points.
· Alama also set a new career high with four blocks.
· Janelle Nomura tied her career high by dishing out seven assists.
· Neeta SreeKanth finished with two assists and a steal, both of which tie career highs.
· Northridge shot 89 percent (8-for-9) from the foul line, their second-best percentage of the season.
· For the first time this season, CSUN finished with more assists (18) than turnovers (16).
· The Matadors’ 18 assists set a new season high.
· CSUN set a new season low with just nine free throw attempts for the game.
· For the first time all season, Northridge failed to connect on a single 3-pointer.
· Cal Poly had a Northridge opponent season-high 52 rebounds.
· The Mustangs were whistled for just 11 fouls in the contest, setting a new opponent season low.
· Cal Poly outscored Northridge 21-4 over the final 8:26 of the first half.