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Game Notes: Ohio vs. UMass

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Nov. 29, 2012

Recap |  Box Score

Overall:

  • The Bobcats were led by Kiyanna Black, who totaled 21 points for the day. This shattered her previous career-high six points vs. Cleveland State earlier this season.
  • Kiyanna Black also had a career high in minutes on the floor totaling 27 this game, compared to her previous 19 at Minnesota earlier this season.
  • UMass freshman Rashida Timbilla notched a new career-high 13 rebounds, which broke her previous record of 10 earlier this season at Central Connecticut on 11/13/12.
  • Shavon Robinson broke her previous single-game rebound record, notching 12 boards.  Prior to today’s game her personal record was held at nine from the Buffalo game on 1/15/11.
  • Ohio notched 10 steals in the game. Kiyanna led with four.

1st Half:

  • Mariah Byard put Ohio on the scoreboard with two successful free throws at 17:28 directly followed by teammate Tina Fisher with two more at 17:00, which gave the Bobcats an early lead in the game.
  • Kiyanna Black scored a pivotal two-point basket with six seconds remaining in the half to put the Bobcats down 27-31 heading into the locker room.
  • Ohio was led by Kiyanna Black’s ten first-half points. UMass was paced by both Emily Mital and Jasmine Harris who had eight points apiece in the first half.
  • The Bobcats shot a notable 6-6 from the free throw line and held the Vikings to just three successful free throw attempts in the first half.

2nd Half:

  • The Minutewomen came out strong in the second half taking the biggest lead of the game at 38-27. Ohio answered, however, with eight consecutive points.
  • Ohio held UMass scoreless for a total of two and a half minutes from 18:44 to 16:17.
  • Ohio tied the game at 42-42 with 13:09 remaining in the second half after a basket by Kiyanna Black. Ohio remained within three points of UMass until 8:00 when Rashida Timbilla scored a two-pointer to bring the score to 51-46.
  • UMass freshman Rashida Timbilla notched a new career-high 13 rebounds, which broke her previous record of 10 earlier this season at Central Connecticut on 11/13/12.