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Postgame Notes: at Pittsburgh (Dec. 17, 2017)

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Dec. 17, 2017

Penn State Women’s Basketball 
Penn State at Pittsburgh
December 17, 2017


Individual Notes
Teniya Page
// Junior Teniya Page scored a game-high 27 points, with 17 coming in the second half.
// The 27 points marked the 24th career 20-point game and third of the season for Page.
// With her 27 points, Page moved up one spot on the career scoring charts, passing Bethany Collins (1,186; 1985-88) for No. 26 all-time.
// Page also became the 26th Lady Lion to reach 1,200 career points, ending the game with 1,210 career tallies.

Siyeh Frazier
// Sophomore Siyeh Frazier reached double-figures for the sixth time in 2017-18 with 12 points.
// It was Frazier’s eighth career double-digit scoring game.

Amari Carter
// Redshirt-sophomore Amari Carter moved into No. 36 on the all-time assist charts with her four helpers today, jumping two spots past Shelly Caplinger (183; 1987-91) and Jamie Parsons (185; 1994-98). Carter ended the day with 186 career assists.

Team Notes
// Penn State is now 29-13 all-time vs. Pittsburgh and is now 11-11 all-time in Pittsburgh.
// The Lady Lions have won three-straight games vs. the Panthers, dating back to the 2009 season.
// The 48 points allowed are tied for the third-lowest point total by Pittsburgh vs. Penn State. The Lady Lions held the Panthers to 44 points twice (2003 & 1996) and limited them to 48 points in 1980, as well.
// Penn State’s bench held a 17-1 scoring edge in the game.




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