Postgame Notes: No. 18/22 Purdue vs. Belmont

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Nov. 22, 2013

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PURDUE BASKETBALL POSTGAME NOTES

Purdue (3-0) vs. Belmont (2-3)

November 22, 2013 ● Mackey Arena ● Attendance: 7,531

No. 18/22 Purdue Boilermakers 76, Belmont Bruins 46

 

GAME NOTES

  • The Boilermakers are now 751-398 all-time, including an 81-41 mark under eighth-year head coach Sharon Versyp.
  • Purdue is 240-213 all-time in road games and 353-178 against non-conference opponents in school history.
  • The Boilermakers are 2-0 all-time against Belmont and 15-3 against teams from the Ohio Valley Conference.
  • Purdue is 91-25 all-time in the month of November and 5-3 on Nov. 22.
  • The Boilermakers are 4-0 to start the season for the 14th time in school history and the fifth time under Versyp
  • Four individuals scored in double figures, marking the most for the Boilermakers in a game this season.
  • Purdue’s 13 turnovers were a season-low, while forcing at least 20 turnovers for the third time this season.
  • The Boilermakers shot a season-best 42.9% from behind the arc, making nine-of-21.
  • Purdue shot a season-worst nine-of-20 from the free throw line.
  • Purdue outrebounded their opponent for the second straight game, edging Belmont 44-41 in the category.
  • The Boilermakers assisted on 22 of 29 field goals for the game.

GAME HIGHS AND LOWS/INDIVIDUAL NOTES

  • Ashley Morrissette had a career- and team-high 12 points, connecting on five-of-seven from the field, including a pair of threes.
  • April Wilson scored a season-high 11 points, all in the first half, in addition to having four assists, three steals and just one turnover.
  • Camille Redmon posted multiple career highs with 10 points and eight rebounds, in addition to matching a career high with two assists.
  • Torrie Thornton grabbed a career-high nine rebounds and blocked the first two shots of her career.
  • KK Houser snapped a streak of 14 straight games in double figures, finishing with four points, seven assists and three steals. The streak is tied for 20th longest in school history and she remains 28 points shy of 1,000 for her career.
  • Whitney Bays posted her fourth straight game in double-figures, finishing with 10 points, five rebounds and a career-high three blocks.