Delaware Post Game Notes
By ODU Athletics
Feb. 15, 2009
* Senior guard Jen Nuzzo reset her career-high in points with 18. The senior point guard went a perfect 7-of-7 from the floor, including 2-of-2 from downtown, as well as 2-of-2 from the line. Her previous high was 14 coming against Stanford in last year's Paradise Jam Tournament in St. Thomas and against James Madison on January 25th.
* Old Dominion improved to 12-3 all-time against Delaware. The Lady Monarchs have won the last five meetings.
* The win improved the Lady Monarchs to 9-3 overall at home this season and 6-1 at the Ted Constant Convocation Center this season against CAA foes. Old Dominion holds a 90-15 overall mark at the Constant Center.
* Senior Tiffany Green has posted double figures in last six straight contest and 10 of the last 11 games. Green has netted double figures in all but three contests this season. Her 12 point effort marked the 20th time in 2008-09 she has scored 10 or more points and the 76th time in her career.
* Junior Jessica Canady posted double figures for the 10th time this season and 32 time in her career with her 12 points against the Blue Hens.
* Sophomore Shadasia Green also reached double figures for the fifth time this year and seventh time in her two seasons with ODU with her 15 points.
* Junior Jessica Canady finished the game 8-of-9 from the charity stripe. Canady had hit her first six attempts from the charity stripe.
* With her eight rebounds against Delaware, senior Tiffany Green moved into ninth on the all-time Lady Monarch rebounding list. Green now has 953 career boards surpassing former Lady Monarch Monique Coker (2000-2004) for the ninth spot on the list.
* Junior Jessica Candy tied her career mark with four assists against Delaware. She also dished out the ball four times in the loss at VCU on February 1st.
* Sophomore Sierra Little reset her career mark in steals with three against the Blue Hens. Little's previous high was two coming against William & Mary at Kaplan Arena back on January 22nd.
* The 4522 people who came through the turnstiles for the annual Hoops for a Cure game was the largest attended CAA of the season