Women's Basketball ACCtion: Friday, November 18

Nov. 18, 2011

Duke Defeats Auburn 73-50 in Midday Clash

DURHAM, N.C. - Elizabeth Williams really enjoyed her first game at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The talented freshman had 18 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks, powering No. 8 Duke to a 73-50 victory against Auburn on Friday.

"She was aggressive and extremely powerful on the floor," Duke coach Joanne P. McCallie said. "When that happens, really good things can happen."

Chloe Wells added 14 points for the Blue Devils (2-0), who have won their last 13 home openers. Haley Peters scored all 10 of her points in the second half.

Duke shot 38 percent and missed all 12 of its 3-point attempts, but managed to extend its winning streak at Cameron Indoor Stadium to a school-record 26 games.

Camille Glymph scored 12 points on 4-of-8 3-point shooting for Auburn (2-1), which is winless in five career meetings with Duke. Hasina Muhammad added 10 points

Wake Forest Rolls to 80-58 Victory Over Coppin State

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Sophomore Lindsy Wright turned in a career-best night with 15 points and nine rebounds as the Wake Forest women's basketball team earned a 80-58 victory over Coppin State on Friday evening at the Joel Coliseum.

With the win, the Deacs improve to 2-0 on the season while Coppin State falls to 1-2.

Wright's 15 points was a new career-high, as she surpassed her previous best of 14 points recorded last season against Notre Dame on November 27. Wright also matched her career-best with nine rebounds on the night, a feat she last accomplished on December 20 of last season against Maryland Eastern-Shore.

Wright also had a strong night on the defensive end, as she tied a career-high with three blocks.

Senior forward Secily Ray pulled down double-figure rebounds for the second consecutive game, snagging 11 boards on the night to go along with eight points. Ray last notched double-figure rebounds in consecutive games during her sophomore season in January of 2010, as she pulled down 10 boards against Clemson and 12 rebounds against Virginia.

Camille Collier scored in double figures for the Deacs for the second consecutive game with 13 points, while Chelsea Douglas finished with 14 points.