Purdue 70 - Stanford 78 * Game Notes

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Nov. 28, 2008

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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.