Nov. 28, 2008
Purdue 70, Stanford 78
Stan Sheriff Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
With the loss Stanford now leads the all-time series 3-6, and Purdue drops to 9-8 all-time against Pac-10 opponents.
The loss drops Purdue's all-time record to 639-341.
Purdue is now 7-7 all-time against the No. 5 team in the nation.
The Boilermakers are 1-3 in the state of Hawaii and 66-21 in the month of November. The loss was their first ever on November 28 as they are now 14-1 all-time on that date.
With the loss, head coach Sharon Versyp falls to 53-22 at Purdue, in three seasons. Her overall record drops to 169-87 in nine years as a head coach.
The Boilermakers trailed at halftime (31-24) for the first time this season and also played their first overtime game of the season (65-65 after regulation).
Senior Danielle Campbell opened her second straight game with a three-pointer, scoring the Boilermakers first points on a deep ball. She finished the game 1-of-2 from the arc and is 3-of-5 on the year. Senior Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton joined the long-range efforts, nailing her first three of the season and eighth of her career.
After just one block in her first three games this season, Wisdom-Hylton blocked two shots in the first four minutes en route to four for the game. She pushed her Purdue career record mark to 232.
Reigning Co-Big Ten Player of the Week FahKara Malone pilfered her 209th career steal, passing Stacey Lovelace for 10th all-time at Purdue. She's recorded 16 steals this season, averaging 4.0 per game.
Three Boilermakers hit season-best scoring totals on the day as senior Lakisha Freeman put in 17, freshman Brittany Rayburn scored 13 points and senior Natasha Bogdanova tallied eight.
Freeman became the fourth different Boilermaker to lead the team in scoring in four games this year.
Rayburn provided a huge lift off the bench, reaching double-figures for the second time of her young career and finishing with career-best totals of 13 points, three three-pointers and two steals.
Bogdanova grabbed double-figure rebounds for the second time this season with 10 boards on Friday.