UNC-Wilmington Post-Game Notes

January 08, 2009
By ODU Athletics

Jan. 8, 2009

Recap |  Box Score

Alena Voronina reset her career with six points. Her previous high was three points netted against two different teams last season. In a career-high 13 minutes played, Voronina shot a perfect 3-of-3 from the field.

Vicki Collier netted eight points for career-high against the Seahawks.

Sierra Little added in seven points against UNC-Wilmington for a new career-high. Her previous high was six registered last season against a pair of CAA squads.

• Old Dominion improved to 38-0 all-time against UNC-Wilmington. The Seahawks are one of five CAA schools still looking to record a victory over the Lady Monarchs.

• The 26 made free throws by UNC-Wilmington are tied for the most free throws made by a Lady Monarch opponent this season. #15/16 Maryland also made 26 free throws against ODU back on December 21st.

• The 26 fouls called on the Lady Monarchs were the most this season surpassing the previous high of 25 against #15/16 Maryland on December 21st. No Lady Monarch fouled out of the contest despite six Lady Monarchs having recorded two or more fouls at the half. Mairi Buchan, Jasmine Parker, Alena Voronina, and Sierra Little ended the game with four fouls each.

• The Lady Monarchs picked up its first road win (non-neutral court) of the season in the 79-70 win at Trask Coliseum. Old Dominion had previously fallen to Texas, Michigan State, and Ole Miss on the road. Old Dominion is now 1-3 on the road.

Tiffany Green finished the night with eight points, just the second time this season the senior post has not scored in double figures.

Shadasia Green led ODU on the boards with 10 rebounds. It was the third time this season and in her career she has recorded double figure rebounds. It was also the fifth time this season and in her career she led the Lady Monarchs on the boards.

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