Purdue Basketball Postgame Notes

Dec. 5, 2009

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  • The win improves head coach Matt Painter's career record to 115-55 and 89-50 at Purdue. Painter also improves to 34-2 in home non-conference games.
  • At 7-0, Purdue is still the only undefeated team in left in the Big Ten conference.
  • The Boilermakers improve to 48-15 all-time versus against teams from the Mid-American Conference.
  • Purdue broke the game open with a 24-5 run spanning seven minutes midway through the first half. The run gave the Boilermakers a 38-20 lead with 5:55 left in the half.


  • Senior guard Chris Kramer scored 10 first half points, on a perfect 5 of 5 shooting, en route to finishing the game with a season high 14 points.
  • Freshma guard Kelsey Barlow recorded season highs in points (eight), rebounds (eight), and assists (six)


  • " The 101 points scored by the Boilermakers is the highest total of the season. It is also the most points scored since Purdue scored 102 points against SE Missouri State on 12/30/06.
  • The Boilermakers hit 12 threes in the game, good for a season high. After enduring a three game stretch that saw the Boilermakers make just 19.1 percent of their long range attempts, Purdue went 12 of 24 from three point range for 50 percent.


  • Junior guard E'Twaun Moore scored 14 points in the game to give him 1,064 in his career. The 14 points moved him past Bob Purkhiser for 37th on the all-time Boilermaker list.
  • Senior guard Keaton Grant attempted two three pointers in the game. With the total, he moves past Carson Cunningham for 4th on the all-time Boilermaker record list with 407 career attempts.


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