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Postgame Notes: vs. SIena (Nov. 10, 2017)

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Nov. 10, 2017

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Penn State Women’s Basketball
Penn State vs. Siena
November 10, 2017

Individual Notes
//Junior Jaylen Williams scored a career-high 10 points and added six rebounds.
// It was the first career double-figure scoring game for Williams, with her previous high being nine points vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 10, 2016.
// Sophomore Amari Carter posted her 10th career double-figure scoring game with 19 points to lead Penn State.
// Carter added six rebounds, five assists and three steals.
// For Carter, it was her 15th career game with five-plus assists.
// Sophomore Jaida Travascio-Green hit double-figure points for the sixth time in her career, ending the night with 14 points.
// Travascio-Green added a career-high eight rebounds and three steals in the game.
// Sophomore Siyeh Frazier had a career night with a career-bests in points (14), assists (6) and steals (8), while tying her career best for rebounds (3).
// Frazier hit double-figure points for the second time in her career. She scored 10 points vs. Ohio last season in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament.
// Frazier’s eight steals are the most by a Lady Lion since Alex Bentley had eight thefts NJIT on Dec. 23, 2012.
// Sophomore De’Janae Boykin tied her career high with nine rebounds.
// Freshman Sam Breen, Kamaria McDaniel and Alisia Smith all scored the first points of their Penn State career’s vs. Siena.
// Breen chipped in seven points in her Lady Lion debut with four rebounds, one assist and one steal.
//McDaniel added five points and three assists in her collegiate debut.
// Smith tallied nine points in her Penn State debut.

Team Notes
// Penn State improves to 41-13 all-time in season openers.
// The Lady Lions are now 46-8 in home openers, including a 19-3 mark at the Bryce Jordan Center.
// The victory pushed Penn State to 2-0 all-time vs. Siena.
// Siena turns over the ball 25 times, the most since Oregon State turned over the ball 26 times on November 11, 2013.




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