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Postgame Notes: Michigan State (Feb. 4, 2018)

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Feb. 4, 2018

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Penn State Women's Basketball
Michigan State at Penn State
February 4, 2018

Individual Notes
Teniya Page
// Junior Teniya Page scored in double-figures for the 16th time this season and 70th time in her career with 16 points.
// With her 16 points, Page moved into No. 16 on the career scoring list, passing Jen Bednarek (1,428; 1977-80) and ending the night with 1,429 career points.
// The 16-point effort marked Page's ninth-straight double-figure scoring game.
// Page passed Rashana Barnes (103; 1999-2002) for No. 44 on the career steals list with her third steal of the game. She ended the afternoon with 104 career takeaways.
// Page ended the afternoon with five assists, marking the 37th time in her career she handed out four-or-more assists while also scoring in double-figures in the same game.

Jaida Travascio-Green
// For the 18th time this season and 23rd time in her career, sophomore Jaida Travascio-Green reached double-digits in scoring, ending the game with 13 points.
// Travascio-Green netted her 61st 3-pointer of the season, moving her into No. 15 on the single-season list at Penn State. In the game, Travascio-Green passed Tiffany Longworth (60; 1995-96) to move into the top-15.
// The 13-point effort for Travascio-Green marked her sixth-straight double-figure scoring game.

Amari Carter
// Redshirt-sophomore Amari Carter hit the 600-point mark for her career, scoring 14 points to move her career total to 607.
// With five steals on the afternoon, Carter reached the 100-steal mark for her career, making her the 47th Lady Lion to hit the century mark.
// Carter moved into No. 46 on the career steals charts, ending the game with 102 career swipes, passing Lindsey Spann (99; 2015-17) and Loraine McGirt (101; 1983-85) on the career charts.
// Carter tied her career high of five steals, doing so for the third time in her career, all coming this season.
// For the 20th time this season and 29th time in her career, Carter hit double-figure, scoring 14 points.
// Carter also ended the night with six assists, pushing her up one spot on the career charts, passing Lynn Dougherty (219; 1988-92) for No. 25 all-time at Penn State. She ended the afternoon with 223 career helpers.
// Her six assists marked the eighth time this season and 22nd of her career she handed out five-or-more assists in a game.

Siyeh Frazier
// Scoring 14 points, sophomore Siyeh Frazier posted double-figures in the scoring column for the 10th time this season and 12th in her career.
// The 14-point effort marks a career best showing in Big Ten play, topping her 12 points at Wisconsin earlier this season.
// Frazier tied her Big Ten career best of two steals for the fourth time in her career.
// Making four free throws, Frazier surpassed her Big Ten career high.

De'Janae Boykin
// Redshirt-sophomore De'Janae Boykin collected six rebounds this game and has collected five or more rebounds in all 21 games she's played this season.

Team Notes
// Penn State improved to 29-17 all-time vs. Michigan State.
// The Lady Lions are now 18-9 when playing on Super Bowl Sunday.
// Penn State is now 10-2 at home, marking the 31st time in program history the Lady Lions have won double-digit games at home in a single season.
// This is the eighth time this season that Penn State used the starting lineup of Amari Carter, Teniya Page, Jaida Travascio-Green, De'Janae Boykin and Jaylen Williams. The Lady Lions are 6-2 in those contests.
// With 12 steal in the game, Penn State hit double-digits in steal for the eighth time this season and fourth in Big Ten play.
// The Lady Lions forced 20 turnovers in the game, marking the fifth time this year and first in the Big Ten play the reached the 20 turnovers forced mark.
// Penn State is now 6-0 when holding opponents to 59 points or fewer in a game.
// Lady Lions improved to 9-2 when outshooting their opponent, with Penn State hitting at 40.7 percent and Michigan State finished at 37.7 percent.
// The 24 made free throws are tied for the most in a Big Ten game and the second most this season, equaling the mark first accomplished at Michigan on Dec. 28. The Lady Lions made 28 freebies vs. Wake Forest in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Nov. 30.


 

 

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