ASU vs. Memphis Post-Game Notes
Dec. 3, 2005
ASU's 54 rebounds vs. Memphis were its most since grabbing 55 vs. UCLA on January 16, 2003 ... Its 24 offensive rebounds were also the most since its 24 offensive rebounds vs. UCLA (1/16/03).
In their last two games (vs. Mississippi State and vs. Memphis), the Sun Devils have out-rebounded their opponents 88-56, including a 36-20 advantage in offensive rebounding.
The Sun Devils scored 103 points vs. Memphis, their highest offensive output since scoring 118 points vs. Long Island on December 20, 1997 ... ASU is now 20-0 when it scores 100 or more points ... The 52 points ASU scored in the first half vs. Memphis were also the most scored by an ASU team since scoring the same number of first-half points last season vs. Prairie View (11/27/04) at the UTSA Thanksgiving Classic in San Antonio, Texas.
The 32.3 shooting percentage for Memphis was the lowest by an ASU opponent this season.
In their last three games the Sun Devils are shooting .503 from the field and .500 from three-point range (19-38).
With 18 points vs. the Tigers, senior F Kristen Kovesdy passed Amanda Levens (14th place, 1,020 points, 1999-02), Kylan Loney (13th place, 1024 points, 2001-05), and Kim Griffee (12th place, 1,033 points, 1979-81) on ASU's all-time scoring list. Now with 1,037 career points, Kovesdy needs two points to pass former Sun Devil Olivia Jones (1,038 points, 1981-83) for 11th place and 29 points to pass former Sun Devil Betsy Boardman (1,065 points, 2000-05) for 10th place on the all-time list.
In the last three games, redshirt junior G Jill Noe has averaged 18.0 points per game while also shooting .600 (18-30) from the field, including .714 (10-14) from three-point range. Noe has been responsible for ASU's fast starts in each of the last two games, combining for 26 points in the first halves vs. Mississippi State and Memphis.
Sophomore G Reagan Pariseau has dished out eight assists the last two games, while recording only one turnover during that span.
ASU's 16 turnovers vs. Memphis were its fewest in a game this season.
Freshman Kate Engelbrecht was perfect from the field vs. the Tigers, hitting all five of her shots, including one three-pointer. Engelbrecht finished with 11 points in the game.
Senior F Amy Denson is averaging 12.5 points in ASU's last two games. She is .529 from the field during that span.