Post Game Notes



Dec. 28, 2007

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  • The win today gives Purdue a 39-13 series record against the Badgers and moves Purdue to 5-6 on the season, 1-0 in the Big Ten.

  • The win also extends the Boilermakers win streak against the Badgers to ten games. The last time Purdue fell to Wisconsin was on Dec. 28, 2001, when the No. 7 Boilermakers were defeated 71-59 by the No. 14 Badgers in Madison, Wis.

  • The win extends Purdue's superiority over Wisconsin in Mackey Arena. The Boilermakers have not lost to Wisconsin in Mackey Arena since a 75-65 loss on March 10, 1984.

  • The win improves Purdue's Big Ten regular season record to 288-137 and gives Purdue an all-time record of 622-331.

  • The win also improves Purdue to 36-12 under Coach Sharon Versyp. Coach Versyp's career record now stands at 153-77.

  • Senior Danielle Campbell scored 19 points. She set a career high with 8 made field goals. Her previous high was seven against Old Dominion on November 25, 2007. She also shot a season-best 66 percent from the field. Campbell has scored in double-figures in eight of the last 10 games.

  • Junior Ki-Ki Freeman scored 11 points. She attempted a career high 17 shots from the field. She had previously attempted 16 shots in a game on two separate occasions, most recently on December 19, 2007 against Gonzaga.

  • Freeman also dished out a season high five assists and set a career high with four steals.

  • Junior Natasha Bogdanova pulled down a season high 10 rebounds. Her previous high on the year was eight against Temple on November 24, 2007

  • Purdue blew the game open near the mid-point of the second half with a 12-0 run. The run began with a Freeman bucket with 13:21 to go in the game to make the score 38-31. After scores by Campbell and sophomore FahKara Malone, Natasha Bogdanova hit threes on back-to-back possessions to extend Purdue's run to 12 with 11:47 to go in the game.

  • Purdue held Wisconsin senior Jolene Anderson to just six points breaking her 39 game streak of games in double-figures.