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Penn State at Michigan
December 28, 2017
// Junior Teniya Page led the Lady Lions in scoring for the 37th time and posted her 61st career double-figure scoring game with 19 points.
// Page moved up three spots in the career scoring charts, passing Amanda Brown (1,233; 2004-07), Kam Gissendanner (1,238; 2005-08) and Tina Nicholson (1,240; 1993-96) to push herself into No. 23 on the Penn State scoring charts at 1,248.
// The junior recorded her fifth career blocked shot in the fourth quarter, giving her five games with one rejection, with her last coming at Iowa on Jan. 20, 2016. All four of her previous career rejections came during her freshman season.
// Redshirt-sophomore Amari Carter reached double-figures for the 20th time in her career and 11th this season with 16 points.
// Carter tied her Big Ten career-high with four steals. She also had four swipes at Ohio State on Feb. 1, 2017.
Opponent Individual Notes
// Michigan’s Katelynn Flaherty set a Penn State opponent record with 10 made 3-pointers. Her 10 makes passed the eight connections from distance by Jessica Pellechio (Drexel; 11/11/16), Ameryst Alston (Ohio State; 2/14/16) and Natalie Romeo (Nebraska; 1/13/16).
// Penn State is now 32-13 all-time vs. Michigan.
// The loss dropped Penn State to 14-12 all-time in Big Ten openers, including 5-8 all-time in Big Ten openers on the road.
// The Lady Lions collected 11 steals in the game, marking the fifth game this season the team collected 10-plus steals.
// Michigan’s 50 first half points are tied for the most by a Penn State opponent this season, as Siena notched 50 tallies in the second half of the season opener this year.
// The Wolverines 29 first-quarter points are the most scored by an opponent in any quarter this season, besting the 26-point second quarter from Kansas State on Nov. 25, 2017.
// Penn State’s eight points in the opening frame are the fewest for Penn State in any quarter this season.