Women's Basketball ACCtion: Saturday, December 19
Dec. 19, 2009
No. 10 Florida State Remains Undefeated With Win Over Texas-San Antonio
She came off the bench and scored 10 of her 12 points in the first half to lead the 10th-ranked Seminoles to a 65-50 victory over Texas-San Antonio in the first game of the Duel in the Desert tournament on Saturday.
Deluzio came in and made 4 of 5 shots, including a 3-pointer to start a 12-0 run that gave FSU the lead for good.
Clemson Women's Hoops Wins 89-81 Overtime Thriller at Ohio
Bryelle Smith had 16 points, including a career-high-tying four threes made in the game, and also added five assists and hit both of her free throws in overtime. Lindsey Mason had a career-high 19 points, seven rebounds, and four blocks to lead Clemson, who won in overtime for the second time this season.
Kirstyn Wright had 16 points, and Hardy had her fourth double-double of the season, notching 13 points and 10 rebounds. She also notched two steals, which tie the Clemson school career record of 327, held by Barbara Kennedy-Dixon. Hardy is now tied for ninth in ACC history in career steals.
Wake Forest Downs Wofford, 85-55
Wake Forest improves to 8-3 with the win and Wofford stalls at 1-9.
Wake Forest shot 40 percent from the floor, a significant improvement from the team's season-low 29 percent performance on Thursday at South Carolina. Wake Forest's leading scorer Boykin was 5-for-10 off the bench and 4-for-4 from the free throw line.
`Canes Too Much For Binghamton
Sophomore Riquna Williams scored 28 points in the contest and had 24 in the opening half - out-pacing the entire Binghamton team which had only 23 first-half points. The Pahokee, Fla. native hit four threes on the day and added a game-high six steals.
The Bearcats had no answer for Miami on either end of the court in the first half even though the Hurricanes played without two starters. Charmaine Clark is day-to-day with a leg injury and Diane Barnes was serving a suspension.
Fenyn, Biggs lead Hokies to 68-66 overtime win
After battling to a 56-56 standstill through regulation, Tech took a 57-56 lead on a Nikki Davis (tr.-Jr., Lexington, Ky.) free throw only to see the Blazers take the lead on a Jala Harris layup. The Hokies reclaimed the advantage, 59-58, as Fenyn nailed a jumper in the paint. Tamika Dukes made good on one of two charity tosses at the three minute mark to tie the game. On the next possession Biggs drained a three-pointer only to see Amanda Peterson can a deep trey to knot the score again at 62 midway through the extra period.
The Hokies suffered a turnover on their next possession and Dukes made them pay with a jumper with two minutes left. However, Biggs rose to the occasion again with an old-fashioned three-point play to put Tech in front to stay, 65-64. UAB missed a jumper on the following possession and Brittany Gordon (Jr., Howard County, Md.) was fouled. Gordon calmly stepped to the line and drained both free throws with 27 seconds remaining.
Holston Leads Wolfpack over Winthrop
NC State (7-4) took control of the game with a 17-5 run to open the second half after a sluggish first 20 minutes that saw the Pack shoot just 29.4 percent.
Junior Brittany Stachan contributed 10 points off the bench for the Wolfpack.