Postgame Notes: Central Michigan at No. 17/19 Purdue

Dec. 28, 2013

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Central Michigan (4-7) at Purdue (10-2)

December 28, 2013 ● Mackey Arena ● Attendance: 8,144

Central Michigan Chippewas 97, No. 17/19 Purdue Boilermakers 109



  • This is the 39th season in Purdue Women’s Basketball history. The Boilermakers are 757-400 all-time.
  • Purdue is 171-81 under head coach Sharon Versyp, who is in her eighth season with the Boilermakers. She has a career record of 288-146.
  • The Boilermakers are 359-179 all-time against non-conference opponents and 57-17 against the Mid-American Conference. The Chippewas were Purdue's fourth MAC opponent of the season.
  • Purdue is 396-121 all-time at home, including a 195-60 mark against non-conference opponents.
  • The Boilermakers are 180-79 all-time in the month of December, including a 91-19 record at home and an 9-1 mark on Dec. 28.
  • Purdue is 25-14 all-time in its 12th game of the season.
  • The Boilermakers are 28-11 all-time in their first game back from the holiday break, including a 7-1 mark under Versyp.
  • The Boilermakers surpassed 100 points for the first time since Nov. 21, 2004 (107 vs. IPFW).
  • Purdue’s 109 points is the fourth-most in a game in school history.
  • The Boilermakers hit a season-high 15 threes, matching the No. 1 single-game total in school history (at Minnesota Jan. 12, 2012).
  • Saturday’s win is the first in Purdue history when giving up more than 90 points to an opponent. The Boilermakers were previously 0-35 when team surpassed the 90-point mark.
  • Saturday was Purdue’s second game of the season with five players in double-figures and their first to see multiple players score at least 20.
  • After scoring just eight combined points in the last two games, the Purdue bench scored 32 points, marking the fourth time this season they’ve scored more than 30.



  • Whitney Bays scored a career-high 24 points on eight-of-11 field goals and eight-of-nine free throws, in addition to posting a career-high five assists.
  • Liza Clemons made eight-of-10 shots for a career-high 20 points to go with a team-best five rebounds
  • KK Houser posted her second career double-double, finishing with 21 points and a career-high 11 assists.
  • Courtney Moses scored all 20 of her points in the second half after playing just three first-half minutes after picking up two fouls. She matched her season-high with six threes and surpassed Stephanie White for fourth all-time in career three-pointers.
  • Moses is now tied for third all-time with Jodi Howell with 188 career threes.
  • April Wilson had her third straight game in double figures, scoring 16 points, including four threes. She also chipped in eight assists and three steals.
  • Bridget Perry had six points and a career-high three steals. 




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