February 6, 2010

CSUN Postgame Notes

Feb. 6, 2010

Recap |  Final Stats

Northridge Women's Basketball Postgame Notes

Cal State Northridge 86, Long Beach State 67

Feb. 6, 2010

 

The Matadors' loss to the 49ers...

   Makes CSUN 3-17 on the season and 1-9 in the Big West Conference.

   Drops Head Coach Staci Schultz's career record to 35-102.

   Makes the Matadors 11-31 all time against Long Beach State.

   Gives CSUN a 374-584 all-time record.

 

 

Individual Notes:

·      Violet Alama set new career highs in both points (15) and field goals (6).

·      Neeta Sreekanth (3), Analee Viena-Lota (5), and Bridgette Conejo (5) all set new career highs in assists.

·      Anna Simmons tied career highs in five categories: points (3), field goals (1), 3-point field goals (1), assists (3), and steals (1).

·      Katrina Thompson's five 3-point field goals set a new career-high, and her 5-of-7 shooting performance from 3-point range makes her 17-of-33 (51.5 percent) this season in Big West play.

·      As a team, Northridge shot a season-high 44.3 percent from the field.

·      The Matadors' 20 assists were good for a season high. 

·      Northridge finished the game with more assists than turnovers (19) for the second time this season.

·      CSUN's 27 field goals were its second-highest output for the season.

·      Northridge knocked down seven 3-point shots in the contest, which tied their second-most treys in a game this year.

·      Northridge grabbed a season-low 27 rebounds on the night.

·      The Matadors only shot 10 free throws for the entire game, their second-fewest attempts in a game this season.

·      CSUN failed to block a shot for the second time this season.

·      Long Beach State shot 53.6 percent (30-56) from the field, and 81.8 percent (18-22) from the foul line, the second-highest percentages in both categories for a Matador opponent this season.

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