March 19, 2011
University Park, Pa.; -
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2011 NCAA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
First Round Saturday, March 19
Bryce Jordan Center University Park, Pa.
Game 2 - No. 3 DePaul vs. No. 14 Navy
Navy is 20-12 this season overall and 4-14 all-time against BIG EAST opponents.
This was the Midshipmen's first appearance in the NCAA Tournament and first time playing the Blue Demons in program history.
No. 14 seeds are 0-69 overall against No. 3 seeds all-time in the NCAA Tournament.
In the history of the NCAA Tournament, this was the smallest margin of defeat for a Patriot League team since losing by 21 in 2000.
The Midshipmen set Navy's single season record for most three-pointers made in a year (240).
Navy scored a season low 43 points and is 0-7 this season when it scores 49 points or less.
Angela Myers passed Lynne Coe on Navy's career rebounding list (703).
Myers recorded her 21st double-figure scoring game this season.
Jade Geif recorded her second double-double of the season and her 17th double-digit scoring game of the season.
DePaul's 28-6 record is the program's best through 34 games.
DePaul is making its ninth consecutive appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
The Blue Demons have played 22 games in their 15 trips to the NCAA Tournament. They hold a record of
The third seed is the highest DePaul has ever received.
DePaul and Navy are meeting for the first time. DePaul is 4-0 against teams in the Patriot League.
Head Coach Doug Bruno won his 526th career coaching victory, 486 at the collegiate level.
Sam Quigley started her 103rd consecutive game and Keisha Hampton started her 100th consecutive game.
DePaul's 28 wins in a season (including postseason) is the most in the programs history.
The victory took DePaul into its 34th game of the season, a school record.
Felicia Chester played her 133rd game and she now holds the school record for games played.
Chester has had at least one steal in 12 of her last 15 games, including today against Navy.
DePaul tied their record for fewest points allowed in an NCAA game, holding the Midshipmen
to 43 points. They also tied their previously set record of fewest points scored with 56 for the third time.