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2010-11 DUQUESNE BASKETBALL WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CONTACT: RYAN GAVATORTA - [email protected] - 412-396-6560 DUQUESNE MEDIA RELATIONS: A.J. PALUMBO CENTER - 600 FORBES AVENUE - PITTSBURGH, PA 15282 2010-11 sCHEDULE/rESULTS Just dukes please gAME 32 - wnit Second round - Kansas (21-12) at DUQUESNE (23-8) Duquesne projected starters OFF THE BENCH Transfer - will be eligible for 2011-12 season duquesne univeristy quick facts Date Opponent Time/Result Nov. 12 LEHIGH W, 70-65 Nov. 17 at #10 West Virginia L, 58-69 Nov. 24 at Miami University W, 91-65 Nov. 28 at Robert Morris W, 61-34 Dec. 1 at Akron W, 69-58 Dec. 4 at Canisius W, 59-35 Dec. 6 at Buffalo W, 67-53 Dec. 12 NORTH DAKOTA STATE W, 64-48 Dec. 16 at Ohio W, 82-52 Dec. 19 VANDERBILT L, 69-80 Dec. 22 SAINT FRANCIS, PA. W, 84-69 Dec. 28 at #12 Ohio State W, 71-67 Dec. 30 AUSTIN PEAY W, 62-50 Jan. 2 at Ball State W, 86-51 Jan. 5 PITTSBURGH W, 70-62 Jan. 8 ST. BONAVENTURE* W, 60-54 Jan. 15 at Dayton* (TV) W, 61-54 Jan. 19 RICHMOND* L, 58-72 Jan. 22 at La Salle* W, 81-65 Jan. 26 at George Washington* W, 61-53 Jan. 29 FORDHAM* W, 87-65 Feb. 2 at Massachusetts* W-OT, 84-79 Feb. 5 TEMPLE* L, 52-61 Feb. 9 SAINT LOUIS* W, 67-41 Feb. 12 at St. Bonaventure* L, 63-70 Feb. 16 SAINT JOSEPH’S* L, 73-79 Feb. 20 at #6 Xavier* (TV) L, 51-77 Feb. 23 at Charlotte* W, 76-63 Feb. 26 RHODE ISLAND* W, 88-49 2011 Atlantic 10 Championship Mar. 5 vs. Dayton L, 66-74 2011 WNIT Mar. 17 KENT STATE W, 64-56 Mar. 19 at Kansas 8:00 P.M. * Atlantic 10 Conference game All times are Eastern Standard and subject to change ABOUT KANSAS Nickname __________________ Jayhawks Location ______________ Lawrence, Kan. Conference ___________________ Big 12 2010-11 Record ________________21-12 Last 10 _________________________6-4 Streak _________________________ W1 Head Coach _________Bonnie Henrickson Alma Mater ________ St. Cloud State, ‘86 Record at School __ 117-107 (7th Season) Career Record ____275-169 (14 Seasons) Website _____________ KUAthletics.com When referring to the Duquesne women’s basketball team, we ask that you refer to us simply as “Dukes” and not “Lady Dukes” or “Duchesses”. Thanks for your coopera- tion. 2 Alex Gensler 5-11 - Jr. - G Pittsburgh, Pa. 12.4ppg/3.1rpg 13 Orsi Szecsi 6-3 - Fr. - G/F Budapest, Hun. 8.2ppg/4.9rpg A-10 All- Rookie Team 30 Samantha Pollino 6-0 - Sr. - F Johnstown, Pa. 12.0ppg/5.4rpg A-10 Second-Team All-Conference 10 Wumi Agunbiade 6-2 - Fr. - F Pickering, Ont. 11.0ppg/7.3rpg A-10 Rookie of the Year A-10 All-Rookie Team 24 Vanessa Abel 5-5 - Jr. - G Scottdale, Pa. 9.9ppg/4.2rpg A-10 Third-Team All-Conference No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. PPG RPG Hometown/High School (Transfer) 3 Diana Voynova C SR 6-3 1.4 2.4 Pernik, Bulgaria/Indianola (Jefferson) 11 Ahjah Hall G SO 5-9 2.3 1.5 Bowie, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt 20 Kelly Britcher G SR 6-0 6.9 1.5 Johnstown, Pa./Westmont Hilltop No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. PPG RPG Hometown/High School (Transfer) 15 Raegan Moore G SO 6-0 5.9 2.3 Girard, Pa./Girard (Valparaiso) Name of School _______________________________________ Duquesne University Street Address __________________________________________600 Forbes Avenue City/Zip ________________________________________ Pittsburgh, Pa. 15282-1010 Founded _____________________________________1878 by the Holy Ghost Fathers Enrollment ______________________________________________________ 10,363 Nickname ______________________________ Dukes (not Lady Dukes or Duchesses) Colors_____________________________________ Red (PMS 200) & Blue (PMS 282) Home Court ____________________________________ A.J. Palumbo Center (4,406) Affiliation ________________________________________________ NCAA Division I Conference ___________________________________________________ Atlantic 10 President ________________________Dr. Charles J. Dougherty (St. Bonaventure ‘71) Director of Athletics _________________________ Greg Amodio (Davis & Elkins ‘84) Athletic Department Phone ___________________________________ 412-396-6565 Ticket Office Phone _________________________________________ 412-232 DUKE University Website ___________________________________________ www.duq.edu Athletics Website ____________________________________ www.GoDuquesne.com GAME DAY INFORMATION Date _________________ March 19, 2011 Time ______________________ 8:00 P.M. Location ______________ Lawrence, Kan. 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  • 2010-11 DUQUESNE BASKETBALL WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CONTACT: RYAN GAVATORTA - [email protected] - 412-396-6560

    DUQUESNE MEDIA RELATIONS: A.J. PALUMBO CENTER - 600 FORBES AVENUE - PITTSBURGH, PA 15282

    2010-11 sCHEDULE/rESULTS

    Just dukes please

    gAME 32 - wnit Second round - Kansas (21-12) at DUQUESNE (23-8)

    Duquesne projected starters

    OFF THE BENCH

    Transfer - will be eligible for 2011-12 season

    duquesne univeristy quick facts

    Date Opponent Time/ResultNov. 12 LEHIGH W, 70-65Nov. 17 at #10 West Virginia L, 58-69Nov. 24 at Miami University W, 91-65Nov. 28 at Robert Morris W, 61-34Dec. 1 at Akron W, 69-58 Dec. 4 at Canisius W, 59-35Dec. 6 at Buffalo W, 67-53Dec. 12 NORTH DAKOTA STATE W, 64-48Dec. 16 at Ohio W, 82-52Dec. 19 VANDERBILT L, 69-80Dec. 22 SAINT FRANCIS, PA. W, 84-69Dec. 28 at #12 Ohio State W, 71-67Dec. 30 AUSTIN PEAY W, 62-50Jan. 2 at Ball State W, 86-51Jan. 5 PITTSBURGH W, 70-62Jan. 8 ST. BONAVENTURE* W, 60-54Jan. 15 at Dayton* (TV) W, 61-54Jan. 19 RICHMOND* L, 58-72Jan. 22 at La Salle* W, 81-65Jan. 26 at George Washington* W, 61-53Jan. 29 FORDHAM* W, 87-65Feb. 2 at Massachusetts* W-OT, 84-79Feb. 5 TEMPLE* L, 52-61Feb. 9 SAINT LOUIS* W, 67-41Feb. 12 at St. Bonaventure* L, 63-70Feb. 16 SAINT JOSEPH’S* L, 73-79Feb. 20 at #6 Xavier* (TV) L, 51-77Feb. 23 at Charlotte* W, 76-63Feb. 26 RHODE ISLAND* W, 88-492011 Atlantic 10 Championship Mar. 5 vs. Dayton L, 66-742011 WNITMar. 17 KENT STATE W, 64-56Mar. 19 at Kansas 8:00 P.M.

    * Atlantic 10 Conference game

    All times are Eastern Standard and subject to change

    ABOUT KANSASNickname __________________ JayhawksLocation ______________ Lawrence, Kan.Conference ___________________ Big 122010-11 Record ________________21-12Last 10 _________________________6-4Streak _________________________W1Head Coach _________Bonnie HenricksonAlma Mater ________St. Cloud State, ‘86Record at School __117-107 (7th Season)Career Record ____275-169 (14 Seasons)Website _____________ KUAthletics.com

    When referring to the Duquesne women’s basketball team, we ask that you refer to us simply as “Dukes” and not “Lady Dukes” or “Duchesses”. Thanks for your coopera-tion.

    2Alex Gensler5-11 - Jr. - G

    Pittsburgh, Pa.12.4ppg/3.1rpg

    13Orsi Szecsi

    6-3 - Fr. - G/F Budapest, Hun.8.2ppg/4.9rpg

    A-10 All-Rookie Team

    30Samantha Pollino

    6-0 - Sr. - F Johnstown, Pa.12.0ppg/5.4rpg

    A-10 Second-Team All-Conference

    10Wumi Agunbiade

    6-2 - Fr. - F Pickering, Ont.11.0ppg/7.3rpg

    A-10 Rookie of the YearA-10 All-Rookie Team

    24Vanessa Abel5-5 - Jr. - G

    Scottdale, Pa.9.9ppg/4.2rpg

    A-10 Third-Team All-Conference

    No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. PPG RPG Hometown/High School (Transfer) 3 Diana Voynova C SR 6-3 1.4 2.4 Pernik, Bulgaria/Indianola (Jefferson)11 Ahjah Hall G SO 5-9 2.3 1.5 Bowie, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt20 Kelly Britcher G SR 6-0 6.9 1.5 Johnstown, Pa./Westmont Hilltop

    No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. PPG RPG Hometown/High School (Transfer)15 Raegan Moore G SO 6-0 5.9 2.3 Girard, Pa./Girard (Valparaiso)

    Name of School _______________________________________ Duquesne UniversityStreet Address __________________________________________600 Forbes AvenueCity/Zip ________________________________________ Pittsburgh, Pa. 15282-1010Founded _____________________________________1878 by the Holy Ghost FathersEnrollment ______________________________________________________ 10,363Nickname ______________________________ Dukes (not Lady Dukes or Duchesses)Colors _____________________________________ Red (PMS 200) & Blue (PMS 282)Home Court ____________________________________ A.J. Palumbo Center (4,406)Affi liation ________________________________________________ NCAA Division IConference ___________________________________________________ Atlantic 10President ________________________Dr. Charles J. Dougherty (St. Bonaventure ‘71)Director of Athletics _________________________ Greg Amodio (Davis & Elkins ‘84)Athletic Department Phone ___________________________________ 412-396-6565Ticket Offi ce Phone _________________________________________ 412-232 DUKEUniversity Website ___________________________________________ www.duq.eduAthletics Website ____________________________________ www.GoDuquesne.com

    GAME DAY INFORMATIONDate _________________ March 19, 2011Time ______________________ 8:00 P.M.Location ______________ Lawrence, Kan.Arena ________ Allen Fieldhouse (16,300)Streaming Audio _Jayhawk Radio NetworkLive Stats ___________ GoDuquesne.comStreaming Video ______ KUAthletics.comSeries __________________ First meeting

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    2010-11 duquesne women’s basketball game notes - Page 2

    Head coach suZie mcconnell-serioWomen’s Basketball Hall of Famer and Pittsburgh native Suzie McConnell-Serio, one of the most highly-decorated players in the history of women’s basketball, owner of over 300 wins as a high school head coach and former WNBA Coach of the Year, was named the ninth head coach in the history of the Duquesne women’s basketball program in April of 2007.

    The team who the coaches and media picked to fi nish 13th in the Atlantic 10 Conference, surprised everybody last season by fi nishing tied for seventh place in the A-10 with a record of 6-8 and 15-15 overall. McConnell-Serio, who inherited a team coming off the worst season since 1993 (7-20 in 2007) guided the Dukes to their second most improved season in school history (6.5 games). Additionally, DU improved 79 positions in the RPI, which was the most since 2001.

    McConnell-Serio’s success on the fl oor was recognized by league offi cials as Kristi Little was named Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Year as well as being named to the A-10 Third Team All-Conference and All Defensive Team.

    The success continued into McConnell-Serio’s second season, as Duquesne set a program record with 20 wins, six consecutive A-10 victories and their fi rst-ever post-season berth when DU was selected to host a WNIT game. The Dukes’ winning percentage of .625 was the best since 1998. Additionally, the 2009 squad set a program-high with 2,208 points scored and tied the school record with 487 assists. Little became the only A-10 player to win back-to-back De-fensive Player of the Year awards. She was also named to the A-10 First-Team All-Conference and All-Defensive Team.

    McConnell-Serio once again led the Dukes to a 20-win season and WNIT ap-pearance in 2009-10. The Dukes fi nished tied for fourth in the A-10 with a record of 9-5 and became the fi rst squad to achieve back-to-back winning seasons in conference since joining the league in 1983-84. Samantha Pollino was named to second-team all-conference as well as to the all-academic team, while Keri Pryor was picked to the honorable mention team. The Dukes also received votes in the AP national rankings for the fi rst time since 2002.

    McConnell-Serio was one of the most successful high school coaches in the state in compiling a 321-86 (.789) record and winning three Class AAAA state titles and four District 7 (WPIAL) championships in 13 seasons at Pittsburgh’s Oakland Catholic High School.

    As a professional coach, she guided the WNBA Minnesota Lynx to back-to-back playoff appearances - including the fi rst in franchise history - in 2003 and 2004 and was named WNBA Coach of the Year in 2004.

    McConnell-Serio, attended Pittsburgh’s Seton-La Salle High School prior to be-ginning an outstanding playing career as a point guard at Penn State University.

    In four seasons at PSU (1984-85 through 1987-88), McConnell-Serio helped the Nittany Lions to a 95-33 record and four consecutive NCAA Tournament appear-ances. In the process, she was named the school’s fi rst First-Team All-American while setting NCAA Division I records for career assists (1,307), assists in a season (355 in 1987) and season assist average (11.8 in 1987). Her assist total and assist per game average led the nation in both 1986 & 1987.

    Following her collegiate career, McConnell-Serio was a double medal-winner as part of both the 1988 and 1992 United States Olympic teams. In 1988 she helped the U.S. to a gold medal in Seoul and in 1992 she was a bronze medalist in Barcelona. She also won a gold medal as a member of the 1991 U.S. World University Games team.

    McConnell-Serio was chosen in the second round (16th overall) of the 1998 WNBA Draft by the Cleveland Rockers and went on to earn Newcomer of the Year and All-WNBA First-Team honors in her fi rst season in the league. She also won the Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award twice (1998 & 2000) in her three seasons in the WNBA.

    McConnell-Serio took the reins of the Oakland Catholic program in 1990-91 and won her fi rst of three Class AAAA State Championships in 1993. In 13 years, McConnell-Serio averaged over 24 wins per season. She added additional state titles in 2001 & 2003 and runner-up fi nishes in 2000 & 2002. Nearly a dozen of her former players went on to earn NCAA Division I scholarships.

    In January of 2003, McConnell-Serio returned to the WNBA as head coach of the Minnesota Lynx. She took a team that fi nished 10-22 in the previous season to an 18-16 record and fi rst-ever playoff appearance.

    One year later, she took a team picked to fi nish last in the Western Conference by a number of preseason publications and made a return trip to the playoffs and in the process was named the 2004 WNBA Coach of the Year. The `04 Lynx, who earned a franchise-best No. 3 seed in the Western Conference, tied franchise records for wins (18), home victories (11) and road wins (7) all set in McConnell-Serio’s fi rst season. In addition, Minnesota enjoyed a franchise record six-game winning streak.

    SUZIE MCCONNELL-SERIO PERSONAL

    Birthdate: July 29, 1966Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pa.Age: 44College: Penn State `88Degree: EducationHigh School: Seton-La Salle High School, Pittsburgh, Pa.Husband: PeteChildren: Peter, Jordan, Mandy and Madison

    HEAD COACHING EXPERIENCEDuquesne University (2007- present) • 78-47 record in her fourth season • led DU to fi rst 20-win season and post-season berth • led DU to back-to-back 20-win seasons and post-season berths

    Minnesota Lynx (2003-05) • 58-67 record in three-plus seasons • led Lynx to fi rst-ever post-season berth • 2004 WNBA Coach of the Year

    Oakland Catholic (1991-03) • 321-86 in 13 seasons • Three-time Pennsylvania State Champions • Two-time PIAA Finalist • Four District 7 Championships

    PLAYING EXPERIENCECleveland Rockers (1998-00) • Drafted 16th overall in 1998 WNBA Draft • 1998 Newcomer of the Year and All-WNBA First Team • Two-time recipient of Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award

    United States Olympics (1988, 1992) • Won gold medal in 1988 • Won bronze medal in 1992

    Penn State University (1985-88) • Four NCAA Tournament appearances • 95-33 record • First Team All-American • Set NCAA record with 1,307 career assists • 1985 and 1986 Atlantic 10 Champions • Winner of the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award

    AWARDS AND HONORS • 2008 Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame inductee • Best 5-4 player of all-time by Sprots Illustrated • 1999 and 2010 Dapper Dan Sportswoman of the Year • USA Today All-Time Women’s Basketball Team • 2001 Western Pa. Sports Hall of Fame inductee

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    2010-11 duquesne women’s basketball game notes - Page 3

    McConnell-Serio, who completed her degree in education at Penn State in 1988, has won numerous awards throughout her career. She was named to the USA Today All-Time Women’s Basketball Team and was also named one of Sports Illustrated’s Top 50 Pennsylvania Athletes of the Century.

    She was a member of the 10-person USA Basketball Executive Committee from 2001-04 and was inducted to the Western Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame in 2001. She was also the fi rst Dapper Dan Sportswoman of the Year winner in 1999 and repeated in 2010.

    And the October 29, 2007 issue of Sports Illustrated listed McConnell-Serio as the best 5-4 basketball player, male or female, of all-time.

    McConnell-Serio and her husband, Pete - who along with Suzie was born and raised in the Brookline area of Pittsburgh - are the parents of four children: Peter (20), Jordan (16), Mandy (14) and Madison (13).

    Assistant coaches Dan Burt and Carmen Bruce return to Duquesne for their fourth and third seasons respectively. Burt brings 13 years of Division I experience to the Dukes’ bench. He came to Duquesne from Bucknell where he was an assistant for three seasons (2004-07). He was also an assistant for three seasons at both West Virginia (1998-2001) and UNC Wilmington (2001-04). Bruce played two seasons for the Dukes and fi nished her career with 290 assists, which is currently ninth all-time in DU history. New to the staff are assistant coach Linsday Richards and director of basketball operations Rachel Wojdowski. Richards, who played collegiately at Iowa is in her fi rst season as coach after working for Weber Shandwick as a senior account executive in its Chicago-based offi ce. Wojdowski joins the women’s basketball staff after a successful professional playing career overseas the past fi ve years which included stops in Bulgaria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and Holland.

    The McConnell’s are the “First Family of Pittsburgh Basketball”. In addition to Suzie’s success on thecourt, her brother Tim played at Waynesburg, her sister Kathy played in four NCAA tournaments atVirginia, her brother Tom played two seasons at Davidson and her sister Maureen played at the Uni-versity of Pittsburgh. Her nephew T.J. (Tim’s son) is currently on the Duquesne men’s basketball team. Both Bruce, Richards and Wojdowski are second generations players. Bruce’s father, Kirk, and Rich-ards’ father, Tom, were teammates at the University of Pittsburgh. Her mother Mary Ann also played for the Panthers. Additionally, her brother Jason was a four-year letter winner for Davidson and was on the 2008 team that advanced to the Elite Eight. Wojdowski’s father, Jack, was a three-year varsity player for the Dukes from 1971-73 and led DU to a 57-17 record and an appearance in the 1971 NCAA Tournament during his time on the Bluff.

    Four of the Dukes’ fi ve coaches played high school basketball in the Western Pennsylvania Interscho-lastic Athletic League (WPIAL) or the Pittsburgh City League. The only coach who did not play high school basketball in Western Pa. is Lindsay Richards who moved from Upper St. Clair to Barrington, Ill. when she was in the sixth grade.

    Coach _____________________________________________________ High School Alma MaterSuzie McConnell-Serio _________________________________________________Seton-La SalleDan Burt ___________________________________________________________________TrinityCarmen Bruce ____________________________________________________________ SchenleyRachel Wojdowski _______________________________________________________ Bethel Park

    Akron ______________________ 1-0Auburn _________________________0-1Austin Peay _________________ 1-0Ball State ___________________ 1-1Binghamton _____________________2-0Brown __________________________1-0Buffalo _____________________ 1-0Butler __________________________0-1Canisius ____________________ 2-0Charlotte ___________________ 2-3Cincinnati _______________________0-1Clemson ________________________0-1Cornell _________________________2-0Davidson _______________________1-0Dayton _____________________ 2-3Eastern Michigan _________________0-1Fordham ____________________ 4-0George Washington ___________ 3-2IPFW __________________________2-0Kansas _____________________ 0-0Kent State __________________ 2-0La Salle ____________________ 4-0Lehigh _____________________ 1-1Massachusetts _______________ 5-0Miami, Ohio _________________ 1-0Missouri ________________________0-2Morehead State __________________2-0Mount St. Mary’s _________________2-0Niagara ________________________3-0North Carolina Central _____________1-0North Dakota State ___________ 1-0Northwestern ____________________0-1Ohio _______________________ 2-0Ohio State __________________ 1-0Penn ___________________________2-0Pittsburgh __________________ 2-2Princeton _______________________1-0Rhode Island ________________ 4-0Richmond ___________________ 3-2Robert Morris ________________ 3-1St. Bonaventure ______________ 3-5Saint Francis, Pa. _____________ 3-1Saint Joseph’s _______________ 1-3Saint Louis __________________ 3-1Temple _____________________ 1-4Towson _________________________1-1UNC-Wilmington __________________1-0Vanderbilt __________________ 0-1West Virginia ________________ 0-4William & Mary ___________________1-0Xavier _____________________ 0-4Total _____________________ 78-47

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    Coach serio VS. OPPONENTS Assistant Coaches

    keep it in the family

    Western Pa. high school ties

    2010-11 Duquesne Women’s Basketball StaffRachel Wojdowski • Dan Burt • Suzie McConnell-Serio • Carmen Bruce • Lindsay Richards

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    DUQ ________________________STAT _______________________ KU22-8 _______________________ Record ____________________ 21-122-0 _____________Record against common opponents ___________ 2-02145_______________________ Points ______________________ 231769.2 ___________________ Points per game __________________ 70.2+8.8 ____________________ Scoring margin __________________ +6.4780-1850 __________________Field goals ________________ 866-1858.422 ____________________ Field goal pct. ___________________ .466190-542 ___________________ 3-pointers _________________ 128-378.351 _____________________3-pointer pct. ___________________ .339395-565 __________________ Free throws ________________ 457-676.699 ____________________ Free throw pct. __________________ .6761231______________________Rebounds ____________________ 125039.7 __________________Rebounds per game ________________ 37.9+2.8 ___________________ Rebound margin __________________ +1.3496________________________ Assists ______________________ 51916.0 ___________________ Assists per game _________________ 15.7572_______________________ Turnovers _____________________ 53118.5 __________________ Turnovers per game ________________ 16.1342________________________ Steals _______________________ 24411.0 ___________________ Steals per game ___________________ 7.4148________________________ Blocks _______________________ 1264.8 ____________________ Blocks per game __________________ 3.85-5 ________________________ Last 10 ______________________ 6-4W1 ________________________ Streak _______________________ W1

    nEWS & nOTES

    aBOUT the 2011 WNIT

    matching up duquesne and kansas

    The Postseason Women’s National Invitation Tournament began in 1998 with 16 teams playing for a postseason crown. The event has undergone four expansions throughout which its mission has remained the same: To give deserving teams a quality opportunity to play elevated games for a postseason title. Following the inaugural year, the fi eld doubled to 32 teams and remained that way until 2006 when a renewed commitment was made to schools. The WNIT expanded to a 40-team fi eld to give spots to teams that won their regular-season conference title but did not win their confer-ence tournament and therefore were excluded from the NCAA Tournament. The WNIT furthered that commitment to conferences in 2007, when it ex-panded to 48 teams and awarded an automatic berth to each conference. The number of at-large berths remained at 17 until 2010, when the WNIT felt that the level of women’s basketball warranted an expansion to the 64-team fi eld.

    OPP ________________________ DUQ _______________________ KUFordham __________________ W, 87-65 ______________ W-OT, 81-68North Dakota State __________ W, 64-48 _________________ W, 61-53

    DU AND KU common opponents

    Duquesne is tied for fi rst in the NCAA with 13 road wins as of Mar. 13thRank ___Team ____________________________________ Road wins1. ______Duquesne _______________________________________ 13________UCLA ___________________________________________ 13________Houston _________________________________________ 133. ______Stanford _________________________________________ 12________Wright State ______________________________________ 12________Marist ___________________________________________ 12

    Duquesne’s 76-63 win at then-third place Charlotte on Feb. 23rd gave the Dukes its program-best 21st victory. DU recorded its 22nd win against Rhode Island on Feb. 26th and 23rd win against Kent State Mar. 17th.

    our house...is on the road

    21 and not done

    Pollino was named Atlantic 10 Women’s Basketball Player of the Week on Dec. 13th. This was the third time she has been named Atlantic 10 Wom-en’s Basketball Player of the Week, previously being honored on Feb. 23, 2009 and Jan. 18, 2010. Additionally, Pollino was named to the A-10 All-Conference Second-Team and All-Academic Teams in both her junior and senior seasons.

    On Feb. 3rd, Pollino was named to the 2011 Capital One Academic All-District 2 Women’s Basketball First-Team. Majoring in physical therapy and boasting a 3.88 GPA, she has been a member of the Dean’s List, Director of Athletics’ Honor Roll and the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. She was also named to the 2010 and 2011 Atlantic 10 All-Academic Teams. Pollino’s name, along with those from the other seven districts, will now move on to the national ballot. This year’s Capital One Academic All-Amer-ica team will be announced later this month.

    pollino is a player

    ...and she’s good in the classroom too

    Duquesne’s 71-67 victory at #12 Ohio State marked the seventh straight road win for the Dukes - a new program record. The streak extended to 12 games after DU’s 84-79 overtime win at Massachusetts on Feb. 2nd. DU picked up its 13th road win after a 76-63 win at Charlotte on Feb. 23rd.

    road warriors make history

    Pollino scored her 1,400th career point against Dayton on Mar. 5th. She currently is tied for 4th all-time in Duquesne history.Name ______________________ Points ___________________ Years 1. Korie Hlede ______________2,631 ____________________ 1995-98 2. Candace Futrell __________1,668 ____________________ 2001-04 3. Darcie Vincent ___________1,538 ____________________ 1989-92 4. Samantha Pollino ________1,410 ________________2007-present 4. Beth Friday ______________1,410 ____________________ 2000-03 6. Kris Sebastian ____________1,374 ____________________ 1991-94 7. Loui Hall ________________1,349 ____________________ 2004-07 8. Kathy Ridilla _____________1,312 ____________________ 1986-89 9. Amy Alger _______________1,306 ____________________ 1986-89 10. Becky Oglevee ___________1,292 ____________________ 1983-86

    SCORING SAMThis is Duquesne’s third game against a Big 12 Conference team. The Dukes played a home-and-home series against Missouri in 2009 and 2010.

    Date __________________ Opponent _____________________ Result1/3/09 ___________________Missouri _____________________ L, 65-761/2/10 __________________at Missouri ____________________ L, 66-72

    against the big 12 conference

    Duquesne surrendered only 34 points to Robert Morris on Nov. 28th which set a new Division I record for fewest points allowed against another Divi-sion I school. The previous mark was accomplished on March 1, 2008 in a 62-35 victory over La Salle. The program record was set on Feb. 2, 1974 when Duquesne only allowed 14 points against Indiana, Pa.

    The Dukes blocked a season-best 11 shots against Rhode Island on Feb. 26th. Currently, the team has 148 blocks, which is a new program record.

    D-ing up into the record books

    block that ball

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    nEWS & nOTES

    Pollino is just the third player in Duquesne history to score 1,400+ points and grab 600+ rebounds.

    Name _________________ Points/Rebounds _______________ Years Korie Hlede _______________ 2,631/764 __________________ 1995-98 Beth Friday ______________ 1,410/1,160 _________________ 2000-03Samantha Pollino _________ 1,410/696 ______________2007-present

    1,400/600 club

    Duquesne’s freshmen class of Wumi Agunbiade and Orsi Szecsi were ranked 47th best in the nation by Blue Star Basketball. Individually, Szecsi was ranked the 14th best small forward and 77th best player overall by ESPN HoopGurlz. She was ranked the 84th best player according to Blue Star Basketball and Scout.com ranked Szecsi as the 17th best player in the Middle Atlantic Region. Agunbiade was ranked the 43rd best power forward by ESPN HoopGurlz, and was ranked the 108th best player according to Blue Star Basketball.

    Introducing the wo-Show

    The Dukes have been honored with the Rookie of the Week award a school record eight this season:

    Date _____________________________________ Rookie of the Week 11/15 __________________________________Orsi Szecsi, Duquesne 11/22 _________________________________Abigail Corning, Fordham11/29 _____________________________Wumi Agunbiade, Duquesne12/6 ______________________________Wumi Agunbiade, Duquesne12/13 ______________________________ Genevieve Okoro, Richmond12/20 ___________________________________ Gabby Tyler, Charlotte12/27 _____________________________Wumi Agunbiade, Duquesne1/03 ______________________________Wumi Agunbiade, Duquesne1/10 __________________________________Abigail Corning, Fordham1/17 ______________________________ Doris Ortega, St. Bonaventure1/24 ______________________________Wumi Agunbiade, Duquesne 1/31 ___________ Wumi Agunbiade, Duquesne/Gabby Tyler, Charlotte2/7 _____________________________________ Gabby Tyler, Charlotte2/14 ____________________________________ Gabby Tyler, Charlotte2/21 _______________________________ Genevieve Okoro, Richmond2/28 ___________________________________Orsi Szecsi, Duquesne

    A-10 Rookies of the week

    Jocelyn Floyd came within two assists and a rebound of recording a quadruple-double against Ball State on Jan. 2nd. The sophomore guard fi nished with career-highs of 12 points, 10 rebounds, nine steals and eight assists. The nine steals, which leads the A-10 for a single-game perfor-mance, is the most for Duquesne player since Kristi Little recorded 10 steals against North Carolina Central in Jan. 7, 2008.

    almost a quadruple-double

    Britcher may have hit the biggest shot of her career in the Dukes’ win over #12 Ohio State on Dec. 28th. The senior guard buried a 3-pointer from the left side with nine seconds remaining to seal the game. She surpassed the 700 career point mark at #6 Xavier on Feb. 20th.

    Junior guard Alex Gensler currently averages 12.3 points per game. She set a career-high with 27 points at Massachusetts on Feb. 2 which included a game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer. In the Dukes’ 76-63 win at Charlotte, she passed Korie Hlede on the all-time 3-pointer list.

    KELLY CLUTCH

    GO-TO gensler

    With the Dec. 16 win over Ohio, this year’s senior class of Kelly Britcher, Samantha Pollino and Diana Voynova became the all-time winningest class in program history. In their three plus seasons on the Bluff, the trio has been part of 78 wins.

    In addition to having the most overall wins and road wins this season, Duquesne took home six Atlantic 10 Conference awards and honors - the most-ever in one year.

    Name ___________________________________________ A-10 HonorSamantha Pollino ____________________Second-Team All-ConferenceSamantha Pollino ____________________________All-Academic TeamVanessa Abel __________________________ Third-TeamAll-ConferenceWumi Agunbiade _____________________________ Rookie of the YearWumi Agunbiade _______________________________ All-RookieTeamOrsi Szecsi ___________________________________ All-Rookie Team

    winningest class ever

    to the victors come the spoils

    Carly completed

    Since taking over the point guard position, Vanessa Abel has let the Dukes to a 35-16 record. Abel fi nished the regular season fi rst in the A-10 with 138 assists and fourth with 69 steals.

    V is for victory

    Voynova, who was the Dukes’ leading shot blocker last season, recorded a game-high four blocks in DU’s overtime win at Massachusetts on Feb. 2 Voynova has come off the bench in 28 games this season.

    supernova

    Britcher hit her 100th career 3-pointer at Dayton on Jan. 15th. She joins Gensler among the Dukes top 3-point scorers in program history.

    Name ____________________ 3-Pointers __________________ Years 1. Aiga Bautre ______________ 225 _____________________ 2003-06 2. Candace Futrell __________ 183 _____________________ 2001-04 3. Alex Gensler ____________ 169 _________________2009-present 4. Korie Hlede ______________ 162 _____________________ 1995-98 5. Darcie Vincent ___________ 151 _____________________ 1989-92 6. Gail Wilkins+ _____________ 138 _____________________ 1993-97 7. Kelly Eberhardt ___________ 135 _____________________ 1996-99 8. Kelly Britcher ____________117 _________________2008-present 9. Rachel Frederick* __________111 ___________________ 2006-2010 9. Shiri Sharon ______________111 _____________________ 2001-04

    + 1993 and 1994 seasons played at American University* 2006 and 2007 seasons played at Ohio University

    moving up the charts

    Carly Vendemia will miss the remainder of the season with a stress fracture in her right ankle. The sophomore forward averaged 2.7 ppg and 3.1 rpg.

    Ahjah Hall had a career game against Ohio going a perfect 4-of-4 from the fi eld while fi nishing with a 11 points. She equaled that total in the regular season fi nale against Rhode Island which included a career-best seven free throws.

    hall of fame

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    nEWS & nOTES

    keeping it keystone

    On Nov. 19th, Coach Serio announced the signings of 5-9 guard Belma Nurkic (Pittsburgh, Pa./Baldwin), 6-3 center Jose Ann Johnson (Bramp-ton, Ontario/Father Michael Goetz Secondary) and 6-0 forward Stasia King (Harrisburg, Pa./Harrisburg) to National Letters of Intent.

    Welcome to the family

    Pollino, Voynova, Agunbiade and Floyd are the only current Dukes that have recorded double-doubles.

    Agunbiade _______________ 14 points, 10 rebounds at La Salle, 1/22/11Agunbiade _____________ 15 points, 12 rebounds vs. Richmond 1/19/11Pollino _________________ 14 points, 10 rebounds vs. Pittsburgh, 1/5/11Floyd ___________________ 12 points, 10 rebounds at Ball State, 1/2/11Agunbiade _________17 points, 10 rebounds at #12 Ohio State, 12/28/10Agunbiade _______________ 11 points, 11 rebounds at Canisius, 12/4/10Agunbiade _________________ 20 points, 12 rebounds at Akron, 12/1/10Agunbiade __________ 14 points, 10 rebounds at Robert Morris, 11/2810Agunbiade ___________ 21 points, 16 rebounds at Miami, Ohio, 11/24/10Pollino ___________________ 17 points, 13 rebounds vs. Temple, 3/6/10Pollino _________________10 points, 12 rebounds at Saint Louis, 2/2/10Pollino ____________ 18 points, 11 rebounds vs. Massachusetts, 1/20/10Pollino ________________ 14 points, 12 rebounds vs. Canisius, 12/16/09Voynova ___________ 10 points, 10 rebounds at #19 Pittsburgh, 12/29/09Pollino __________________ 19 points, 12 rebounds at Cornell, 11/13/09Pollino _____________ 10 points, 10 rebounds vs. Massachusetts, 3/6/09Pollino _____________14 points, 10 rebounds at Robert Morris, 12/14/08Pollino __________________ 11 points, 12 rebounds at Fordham, 1/2708Pollino ________________ 14 points, 10 rebounds at Cincinnati, 11/19/07

    Make that a double

    Here is a look at what is needed for to achieve personal milestones.

    Pollino ____________________ 40 points _________________ for 1,450Gensler ___________________ 28 points _________________ for 1,000Pollino ___________________ 4 rebounds _________________ for 700Britcher ___________________ 35 points __________________ for 750Gensler __________________31 3-pointers ________________ for 200Britcher __________________ 8 3-pointers ________________ for 125Abel ______________________ 56 assists _________________ for 300Abel ______________________ 65 steals __________________ for 200McConnell-Serio _____________ 22 wins __________________ for 100

    milestone watch

    Of the 11 players on the roster, seven hail from the Commonwealth of Penn-sylvania.

    Name ____________________ Hometown ____________ High SchoolVanessa Abel _______________ Scottdale ___________SouthmorelandKelly Britcher _______________Johnstown _________ Westmont HilltopJocelyn Floyd ______________ Washington _____________WashingtonAlex Gensler _______________ Pittsburgh ___________ Upper St. ClairRaegan Moore _______________ Girard ____________________ GirardSamantha Pollino ___________Johnstown ________ Conemaugh ValleyCarly Vendemia ______________ Beaver __________________ Beaver

    Duquesne’s 71-67 victory over Ohio State on Dec. 28 was the highest ranked opponent the Dukes have defeated in program history. The previous was #19 Pittsburgh on Dec. 29, 2009. Additionally, the win over the Buck-eyes marked the fi rst-ever win over a Big Ten school - the fi rst in 12 tries.

    Sweet sweet victory

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    Numbers, streaks, etc.

    Record By the numbers - points By the numbers - starting lineups

    Longest winning streak ______________ 7 (last) - 12/22/10 to 1/15/11Longest losing streak ________________________ 14 - 12/5/89 to 2/1/90Most wins to start a season ___________________ 7 -11/15/98 to 12/6/98Longest home winning streak ________________ 16 - 2/22/81 to 12/9/82Longest road winning streak _______________ 12 - 11/24/10 to 2/2/11Longest home losing streak ___________________ 6 - 12/30/89 to 2/1/90Longest road losing streak ___________________ 15 - 2/12/91 to 1/7/92Longest A-10 winning streak _________________ 10 - 2/11/09 to 1/27/10Longest A-10 losing streak __________________ 11 - 1/21/07 to 2/25/07

    All-time duquesne streaks

    When the opponent scores...30-40 ____________________ 2-0 41-50 ____________________ 4-0 51-60 ____________________ 8-161-70 ____________________ 8-471-80 ____________________ 1-381-90 ____________________ 0-091-100 ___________________ 0-0101+ ____________________ 0-0

    When Duquesne scores...30-40 ____________________ 0-0 41-50 ____________________ 0-0 51-60 ____________________ 2-661-70 ___________________ 11-171-80 ____________________ 2-181-90 ____________________ 7-091-100 ___________________ 1-0101+ ____________________ 0-0

    When Duquesne out-rebounds its opponent ____________________ 16-4When opponent out-rebounds Duquesne _______________________ 6-4When rebounds are equal ___________________________________ 1-0

    When Duquesne has more turnovers __________________________ 5-7When Opponent has more turnovers _________________________ 16-1When Turnovers are equal __________________________________ 2-0

    Record By the numbers - shooting

    Record By the numbers - rebounds

    Record By the numbers - turnovers

    When the opponent shoots....200-.300 _________________ 7-0 .301-.400 ________________ 11-3.401-.500 _________________ 4-4.501-.600 _________________ 1-1.601-.700 _________________ 0-0 .701-.800 _________________ 0-0

    When Duquesne shoots....200-.300 _________________ 0-0 .301-.400 _________________ 7-5 .401-.500 ________________ 15-3.501-.600 _________________ 0-0 .601-.700 _________________ 1-0 .701-.800 _________________ 0-0

    Games in November _______________________________________ 3-1Games in December _______________________________________ 8-1Games in January _________________________________________ 7-1Games in February ________________________________________ 4-4Games in March __________________________________________ 1-1

    By the numbers - record by month

    When Duquesne leads at the half ____________________________ 20-1When Opponent leads at the half _____________________________ 3-7When Tied at the half _______________________________________ 0-0In overtime _______________________________________________ 1-0

    Record By the numbers - leads

    Abel, Floyd, Gensler, Pollino, Agunbiade (20-8)11/12/10 ____________________ Lehigh _________________W, 70-6511/17/10 _______________ at #10 West Virginia ____________ L, 58-6911/24/10 _________________ at Miami, Ohio ______________W, 91-6512/28/10 ________________ at Robert Morris ______________W, 61-3412/1/10 _____________________at Akron _________________W, 69-5812/4/10 ___________________ at Canisius ________________W, 59-3512/6/10 ____________________ at Buffalo ________________W, 67-5312/12/10 _______________ North Dakota State _____________W, 64-4812/16/10 ____________________ at Ohio _________________W, 82-5212/19/10 ___________________ Vanderbilt ________________ L, 69-8012/22/10 ________________Saint Francis, Pa. _____________W, 84-6912/28/10 ________________ at #12 Ohio State _____________W, 71-6712/30/10 __________________ Austin Peay _______________W, 62-501/2/11 ____________________ at Ball State _______________W, 86-511/5/11 _____________________ Pittsburgh ________________W, 70-621/8/11 __________________ St. Bonaventure ______________W, 60-541/15/11 ____________________ at Dayton ________________W, 61-571/19/11 ____________________ Richmond ________________ L, 58-721/22/11 ____________________at La Salle ________________W, 81-651/26/11 _______________ at George Washington ___________W, 61-531/29/11 ____________________ Fordham _________________W, 87-652/5/11 ______________________ Temple _________________ L, 52-612/9/11 ____________________ Saint Louis ________________W, 67-412/12/11 ________________ at St. Bonaventure _____________ L, 63-702/16/11 __________________ Saint Joseph’s ______________ L, 73-79 2/20/11 ___________________ at #6 Xavier _______________ L, 51-772/23/11 ___________________ at Charlotte ________________W, 76-633/5/11 _____________________vs. Dayton ________________ L, 66-74Abel, Floyd, Gensler, Szecsi, Agunbiade (1-0)2/2/11 __________________ at Massachusetts __________ W-OT, 84-79Abel, Britcher, Gensler, Pollino, Voynova (1-0)2/26/11 ___________________Rhode Island _______________W, 88-49Abel, Szecsi, Gensler, Pollino, Agunbiade (1-0)3/17/11 ____________________Kent State ________________W, 64-45

    Atlantic 10 (including league championship games) _______________ 9-6Big East _________________________________________________ 1-1Big Ten __________________________________________________ 1-0Metro Atlantic Athletic ______________________________________ 1-0Mid-American ____________________________________________ 6-0Northeast ________________________________________________ 2-0Ohio Valley ______________________________________________ 1-0Patriot __________________________________________________ 1-0SEC ____________________________________________________ 0-1Summit _________________________________________________ 1-0

    By the numbers - against conferences

    Largest lead _______________43 points vs. Rhode Island - 2:10 2nd HalfLargest defi cit _________________ 35 points at #6 Xavier - 3:02 2nd Half

    By the numbers - Leads/ Deficits

    +/- 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 22 24 26 27 30 35 39W 2 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

    By the numbers - margin of victory/defeat

    Scored 110 points ______________________116 vs. Valparaiso 11/23/90Scored 100 points _______________________ 100 vs. Niagara 11/15/09Scored 90 points _____________________ 91 at Miami, Ohio 11/24/10Allowed 100 points _________________________ 102 at Xavier 2/18/93Allowed 90 points __________________91 vs. #13 West Virginia 12/7/07Did not record a 3-pt goal ___________________ at Rhode Island 2/9/01No players in double fi gures _____________________ at Temple 2/17/10Had all starters in double fi gures _________________ Saint Louis 2/11/09Had a player score 30+ points _________ 30 - Kristi Little, Temple 1/18/09Beat a ranked team ______ Duquesne 71, #12 Ohio State 67, 12/28/10Had a game go into OT _____ Duquesne 84, Massachusetts 79, 2/2/11Went undefeated at home _____________________________ 12-0 1982Had a winning road record ___________________________ 13-3 2011Received Top AP 25 votes _____________________________1, 2/7/11Received USA Today/ESPN Coaches Poll votes ___________2, 2/1/11Was ranked in the Top 25 ___________________________________N/A

    The last time Duquesne...

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    individual game leaders

    Points _________________________Szecsi, 19Rebounds ______________________Szecsi, 6________________________________ Abel, 6____________________________ Vendemia, 6Assists __________________________ Abel, 7Steals __________________________Szecsi, 4________________________________Floyd, 4Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 3

    Points __________________________ Abel, 18Rebounds ____________________ Voynova, 8Assists __________________________ Abel, 6Steals _________________________Gensler, 4Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 1

    Points ________________________Gensler, 19Rebounds _____________________Pollino, 10Assists __________________________ Abel, 4Steals ___________________________ Abel, 4Steals ___________________________ Abel, 1______________________________ Britcher, 1________________________________Floyd, 1

    Points __________________________ Abel, 16Rebounds _________________ Agunbiade, 10Assists ________________________ Britcher, 4________________________________Floyd, 4Steals ___________________________Floyd, 5Blocks _________________________Szecsi, 2

    Points _________________________Szecsi, 13Rebounds ______________________Szecsi, 8Assists __________________________ Abel, 8Steals ___________________________ Abel, 3Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 2

    Points ________________________Gensler, 23Rebounds _________________ Agunbiade, 16Assists __________________________ Abel, 6Steals ___________________________Floyd, 6Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 2

    Points ________________________Gensler, 17Rebounds _________________ Agunbiade, 10Assists __________________________ Abel, 6Steals ______________________ Agunbiade, 5Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 3

    Points _____________________ Agunbiade, 20Rebounds _________________ Agunbiade, 13Assists __________________________ Abel, 4________________________________Floyd, 4Steals ___________________________Floyd, 2_______________________________Pollino, 2______________________________Gensler, 2Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 3

    Points _________________________Pollino, 15Rebounds _________________ Agunbiade, 11Assists ________________________Gensler, 5Steals _________________________Gensler, 4Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 4

    Points _________________________Pollino, 24Rebounds ______________________Pollino, 9Assists ________________________Gensler, 3Steals ___________________________Floyd, 5Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 1_______________________________Szecsi, 1

    lehigh W, 70-65 nORTH DAKOTA STATE W, 64-48 Pittsburgh W, 70-62

    ohio W, 82-52

    #10 wEST vIRGINIA l, 58-69

    Miami, Ohio W, 91-65

    robert morris w, 61-34

    Akron w, 69-58

    CANISIUS w, 59-35

    buffalo w, 67-53

    Points _____________________ Agunbiade, 15Rebounds __________________ Agunbiade, 8Assists __________________________Floyd, 2____________________________ Vendemia, 2____________________________ Agunbiade 2_________________________________ Abel 2Steals ___________________________ Abel, 2Blocks _________________________Pollino, 2

    Points _________________________Pollino, 19Rebounds __________________ Agunbiade, 9Assists __________________________ Abel, 7Steals ___________________________ Abel, 6Blocks _________________________Szecsi, 2

    Points _____________________ Agunbiade, 17Rebounds _________________ Agunbiade, 10Assists __________________________ Abel, 6Steals ___________________________ Abel, 3___________________________ Agunbiade, 3Blocks ________________________ Britcher, 1

    Points ________________________ Britcher, 16Rebounds ______________________Pollino, 7Assists __________________________ Abel, 4Steals ___________________________Floyd, 3______________________________ Britcher, 3Blocks _________________________Pollino, 2

    vanderbilt l, 59-80

    saint francis, Pa. w, 84-69

    #12 Ohio state W, 71-67

    AUSTIN pEAY W, 62-50

    Points _____________________ Agunbiade, 16Rebounds ______________________Floyd, 10Assists __________________________Floyd, 8Steals ___________________________Floyd, 9Blocks ________________________ Britcher, 3

    BALL STATE W, 86-51

    Points __________________________ Abel, 20Rebounds _______________________Floyd, 7Assists __________________________ Abel, 7Steals ___________________________ Abel, 3Blocks ________________________ Britcher, 2

    Points _________________________Pollino, 13Rebounds ______________________Szecsi, 9Assists __________________________ Abel, 7Steals ___________________________ Abel, 3Blocks ________________________ Britcher, 2

    Points _____________________ Agunbiade, 15Rebounds _________________ Agunbiade, 12Assists __________________________ Abel, 3________________________________Floyd, 3______________________________Gensler, 3Steals ___________________________ Abel, 3Blocks ________________________ Britcher, 3

    St. bonaventure W, 60-54

    Dayton W, 61-57

    richmond l, 58-72

    Points _____________________ Agunbiade, 14Rebounds _________________ Agunbiade, 10Assists __________________________ Abel, 5___________________________ Agunbiade, 5Steals ___________________________Floyd, 3Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 1_____________________________ Voynova, 1______________________________Gensler, 1_______________________________Szecsi, 1____________________________ Vandemia, 1

    Points ________________________Gensler, 14Rebounds __________________ Agunbiade, 7_______________________________Pollino, 7Assists __________________________ Abel, 6Steals ___________________________ Abel, 5

    la salle w, 81-65

    george washington w, 61-53

    Points ________________________ Britcher, 16Rebounds ______________________Szecsi, 6Assists __________________________ Abel, 6Steals ___________________________ Abel, 4Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 1

    fordham w, 87-65

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    Points ________________________Gensler, 27Rebounds __________________ Agunbiade, 8Assists __________________________ Abel, 5______________________________Gensler, 5Steals __________________________Szecsi, 3Blocks _______________________ Voynova, 4

    Points _____________________ Agunbiade, 16Rebounds __________________ Agunbiade, 8_______________________________Szecsi, 8Assists ________________________Gensler, 7Steals ___________________________ Abel, 4Blocks _________________________Szecsi, 3______________________________ Britcher, 3

    Points _________________________Szecsi, 20Rebounds ______________________Szecsi, 7Assists __________________________ Abel, 3Steals _________________________Gensler, 3Blocks _________________________Szecsi, 2___________________________ Agunbiade, 2

    Points __________________________ Abel, 18Rebounds ______________________Szecsi, 9Assists __________________________ Abel, 4_______________________________Szecsi, 4Steals _________________________Gensler, 5Blocks _______________________ Voynova, 2

    Points _________________________Pollino, 22Rebounds __________________ Agunbiade, 7Assists __________________________ Abel, 5Steals _________________________ Britcher, 2________________________________ Abel, 2_______________________________Pollino, 2Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 4

    Points _________________________Pollino, 16Rebounds __________________ Agunbiade, 8Assists _________________________Szecsi, 5____________________________ Agunbiade 5Steals ___________________________Floyd, 4Blocks __________________________Floyd, 2______________________________Gensler. 2________________________________Floyd, 2

    Points ________________________Gensler, 17Rebounds _______________________Floyd, 9Assists __________________________ Abel, 5Steals ___________________________Floyd, 2________________________________ Abel, 2Blocks ________________________ Britcher, 2

    Points _________________________Pollino, 20Rebounds ______________________Pollino, 9Assists __________________________Floyd, 4Steals ___________________________Floyd, 2Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 2

    Massachusetts w-ot, 84-79 rhode island W, 88-49

    Dayton L, 66-74

    Kent state W, 64-56

    temple l, 52-61

    Saint louis w, 67-71

    st. bonaventure l, 63-70

    Saint joseph’s l, 73-79

    individual game leaders

    Points _________________________Pollino, 20Rebounds ______________________Pollino, 9Assists __________________________Floyd, 4Steals ___________________________Floyd, 2Blocks _____________________ Agunbiade, 2

    Points _________________________Szecsi, 23Rebounds ______________________Szecsi, 9Assists __________________________ Abel, 6Steals __________________________Szecsi, 2______________________________ Britcher, 2Blocks _________________________Szecsi, 2

    #6 XAVIER L, 51-77

    Charlotte W, 76-63

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    duquesne in the WNIT

    Duquesne is 1-2 all-time in the WNIT. Mar. 17, 2011 marked DU’s fi rst-ever post-season victory.

    Date __________________ Opponent _____________________ Result3/19/09 __________________ Butler ______________________ L, 58-593/18/10 ______________ at Northwestern __________________ L, 72-793/17/11 ________________ Kent State ___________________ W, 64-56

    Duquesne has played fi ve teams in the 2011 WNIT fi eld. The Dukes are 3-3 against said teams in the regular season.

    Opponent ___________________________________________ RecordCharlotte ________________________________________________ 1-0Lehigh __________________________________________________ 1-0Richmond _______________________________________________ 0-1St. Bonaventure ___________________________________________ 1-1Saint Joseph’s ____________________________________________ 0-1

    Duquesne has a total of 56 wins all-time against the 2011 WNIT fi eld.

    Opponent ___________________________________________ RecordAlabama ________________________________________________ 0-0Appalachian State _________________________________________ 0-0Arizona _________________________________________________ 0-0Arkansas ________________________________________________ 0-0Auburn _________________________________________________ 0-2Boston College ___________________________________________ 0-0Butler ___________________________________________________ 0-4BYU ____________________________________________________ 0-0California ________________________________________________ 0-0Cal Poly _________________________________________________ 0-0Central Michigan __________________________________________ 0-1Charlotte _______________________________________________ 3-5Colorado ________________________________________________ 0-0Creighton _______________________________________________ 0-0Delaware _______________________________________________ 0-0Denver _________________________________________________ 0-0Drexel __________________________________________________ 0-0Eastern Michigan _________________________________________ 0-1Florida __________________________________________________ 0-1Florida Gulf Coast _________________________________________ 0-0Illinois State _____________________________________________ 0-0Kansas _________________________________________________ 0-0Kent State _______________________________________________ 2-2Lamar __________________________________________________ 0-0Lehigh __________________________________________________ 3-1Liberty __________________________________________________ 0-0LoyolMd. ________________________________________________ 5-0Memphis ________________________________________________ 0-0Michigan ________________________________________________ 0-0Missouri State ____________________________________________ 0-0Monmouth _______________________________________________ 0-0Morgan State ____________________________________________ 2-0Nevada _________________________________________________ 0-0Northwestern ____________________________________________ 0-1Oklahoma State __________________________________________ 0-0Old Dominion ____________________________________________ 0-0Oral Roberts _____________________________________________ 0-0Pepperdine ______________________________________________ 0-0Portland State ____________________________________________ 0-0Rice ____________________________________________________ 0-0Richmond _____________________________________________ 4-11South Carolina ___________________________________________ 0-0Southern ________________________________________________ 0-0Southern Cal _____________________________________________ 0-0St. Bonaventure _______________________________________ 29-15Saint Joseph’s __________________________________________ 5-36Saint Mary’s ______________________________________________ 0-0Syracuse ________________________________________________ 0-2TCU ___________________________________________________ 0-0Tennessee Tech __________________________________________ 0-0Toledo __________________________________________________ 1-3Tulane __________________________________________________ 0-0UC Riverside ____________________________________________ 0-0UC Santa Barbara ________________________________________ 0-0UMBC __________________________________________________ 0-0UNC Wilimington _________________________________________ 1-0Utah State _______________________________________________ 0-0VCU ___________________________________________________ 1-1Virginia _________________________________________________ 0-1Wichita State ____________________________________________ 0-0Wisconsin _______________________________________________ 0-0Wyoming ________________________________________________ 0-0Yale ____________________________________________________ 0-0

    Bold are Atlantic 10 Conference teams

    Here is the breakdown of teams and conferences in the WNIT.

    Conference __________________________________________ Team(s)America East (1) _______________________________________ UMBCAtlantic 10 (5) _ Charlotte, Duquesne, Richmond, St. Bonaventure, Saint Joseph’sAtlantic Coast (2) _________________________ Boston College, VirginiaAtlantic Sun (1) _______________________________ Florida Gulf CoastBig East (1) _________________________________________ SyracuseBig Ten (3) ______________________Michigan, Northwestern, WisconsinBig 12 (3) ______________________ Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma StateBig South (1) __________________________________________ LibertyBig Sky (1) ______________________________________ Portland StateBig West (3) _______________ Cal Poly, UC Riverside, UC Santa BarbaraColonial (5) ___ Delaware, Drexel, Old Dominion, UNC Wilimington, VCUConference USA (3) _______________________ Memphis, Rice, TulaneHorizon (1) _____________________________________________ ButlerIvy League (1) ___________________________________________ YaleMetro Atlantic Athletic (1) _________________________________ LoyolaMid-American (4) _Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Kent State, ToledoMid-Eastern Athletic (1) _____________________________ Morgan StateMissouri Valley (4) _ Creighton, Illinois State, Missouri State, Wichita StateMountain West (3) ___________________________ BYU, TCU, WyomingNortheast (1) _______________________________________ MonmouthOhio Valley (1) __________________________________Tennessee TechPacifi c 10 (3) _________________Arizona, California, Southern CaliforniaPatriot League (1) ______________________________________ LehighSoutheastern (5) ___ Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, South CarolinaSouthern (1) __________________________________ Appalachian StateSouthland (1) ___________________________________________LamarSouthwestern Athletic (1) _______________________________ SouthernSun Belt (1) ___________________________________________ DenverSummit (1) _______________________________________ Oral RobertsWest Coast (2) ___________________________Pepperdine, Saint Mary’sWestern Athletic (2) ___________________________ Nevada, Utah State

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    2010-11 duquesne women’s basketball roster

    No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Hometown/High School/Prep School (Transfer)2 Alex Gensler G JR 5-11 Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair 3 Diana Voynova C SR 6-3 Pernik, Bulgaria/Indianola (Miss.) Academy (Jefferson) 10 Wumi Agunbiade F FR 6-2 Pickering, Ont./Dunbarton 11 Ahjah Hall G SO 5-9 Bowie, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt 12 Jocelyn Floyd G SO 5-8 Washington, Pa./ Washington 13 Orsi Szecsi G/F FR 6-3 Budapest, Hungary/Oak Hill (Va.) Academy 15 Raegan Moore* G SO 6-0 Girard, Pa./Girard (Valparaiso) 20 Kelly Britcher G SR 6-0 Johnstown, Pa./Westmont Hilltop 24 Vanessa Abel G JR 5-5 Scottdale, Pa./Southmoreland (West Virginia) 30 Samantha Pollino F SR 6-0 Johnstown, Pa./Conemaugh Valley 44 Carly Vendemia F SO 6-1 Beaver, Pa./Beaver

    * sitting out 2010-11 season due to NCAA transfer rules - will have three years of eligibility

    No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Hometown/High School/Prep School (Transfer)24 Vanessa Abel G JR 5-5 Scottdale, Pa./Southmoreland (West Virginia) 10 Wumi Agunbiade F FR 6-2 Pickering, Ont./Dunbarton 20 Kelly Britcher G SR 6-0 Johnstown, Pa./Westmont Hilltop 12 Jocelyn Floyd G SO 5-8 Washington, Pa./ Washington 2 Alex Gensler G JR 5-11 Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair 11 Ahjah Hall G SO 5-9 Bowie, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt 15 Raegan Moore G SO 6-0 Girard, Pa./Girard (Valparaiso) 30 Samantha Pollino F SR 6-0 Johnstown, Pa./Conemaugh Valley 13 Orsi Szecsi G/F FR 6-3 Budapest, Hungary/Oak Hill (Va.) Academy 44 Carly Vendemia F SO 6-1 Beaver, Pa./Beaver 3 Diana Voynova C SR 6-3 Pernik, Bulgaria/Indianola (Miss.) Academy (Jefferson)

    * sitting out 2010-11 season due to NCAA transfer rules - will have three years of eligibility

    Head Coach: Suzie McConnell-Serio (Penn State ‘88) - 4th Season

    Assistant Coaches: Dan Burt (West Liberty State ‘93) - 4th Season Carmen Bruce (Duquesne ‘07) - 3rd Season Lindsay Richards (Iowa ‘06) - 1st Season

    Director of Basketball Operations: Rachel Wojdowski (NYU ‘05) - 1st Season

    Student Assistant:Lauren Reinshuttle

    Athletic Trainer: Melissa Ebig (Slippery Rock ‘91) - 18th Season

    Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach:Dennis Cuturic (Cleveland State ‘07) - 1st Season

    Assistant Director of Media Relations (WBB Contact):Ryan Gavatorta (Duquesne ‘97) - 4th Season

    Assistant AD / Student Services / SWA:Sherene Lemonias (Duquesne ‘02) - 5th Season

    Assistant Director of Student Services:Kevin Deitrick (Washington & Jefferson ‘93) - 4th Season

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    Pronunciation guide

    SENIORS (3) __________Britcher, Pollino, VoynovaJUNIORS (2) ___________________ Abel, GenslerSOPHOMORES (4) _ Floyd, Hall, Moore*, VendemiaFRESHMEN (2) _____________ Agunbiade, Szecsi

    * sitting out 2010-11 season due to NCAA transfer rules - will have three years of eligibility

    MARYLAND (1) _________________________ HallPENNSYLVANIA (7) ________ Abel, Britcher, Floyd __________ Gensler, Moore, Pollino, Vendemia

    BULGARIA (1) ______________________ VoynovaCANADA (1) _____________________ AgunbiadeHUNGARY (1) ________________________ Szecsi

    GUARDS (6) __ Abel, Britcher, Floyd, Gensler, Hall, ____________________________________ MooreCOMBO GUARD (1) ___________________ SzecsiFORWARDS (3) __Agunbiade, Pollino, VendemiaCENTER (1) ____________________ Voynova

    Voynova _______________________________ 6-3Szecsi ________________________________ 6-3Agunbiade __________________________ 6-2 Vendemia ___________________________ 6-1Pollino ________________________________ 6-0Britcher _______________________________ 6-0Moore ________________________________ 6-0Gensler ______________________________ 5-11Hall __________________________________ 5-9Floyd _________________________________ 5-8Abel __________________________________ 5-5

    Wumi Agunbiade WUM-mee a-GOON-bee-ahh-dayMelissa Ebig ______________________E-big Suzie McConnell-Serio ___________SEAR-e-o Samantha Pollino ______________ po-LEE-no Orsi Szecsi ______________or-SHE SAY-chee Carly Vendemia __________ ven-DEE-mee-ah Diana Voynova ________________ DEE-anna Rachel Wojdowski __________ wo-DOW-skee

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  • 2010-11 duquesne dukes

    2010-11 duquesne women’s basketball game notes - Page 14

    2010-11 INDIVIDUAL/TEAM GAME HIGHS

    DUQUESNE - INDIVIDUAL

    DUQUESNE - team highs

    DUQUESNE - team lOWS

    opponent - INDIVIDUAL

    opponent - TEAM highs

    opponent - TEAM Lows

    Points ________________________________91 at Miami, Ohio (11/24/10)Field Goals Made __________________________ 34 Fordham (01/29/11)Field Goal Attempts ________________________ 74 at Ball State (1/2/10)Field Goal Percentage _______________ .618 (34-55) Fordham (01/29/11)3 Pt Field Goals Made _______________________ 12 Fordham (01/29/11)3 Pt FG Attempts _________________________25 at #6 Xavier (02/20/11)___________________________________ 25 at Robert Morris (11/28/10)3 Pt FG Percentage __________________ .563 (9-16) at Dayton (01/15/11) Free Throws Made _______________________ 25 at Charlotte (02/23/11)Free Throw Attempts __________________________ 30 Lehigh (11/12/10)Free Throw Percentage ______________ .909 (10-11) at Dayton (01/15/11)Rebounds __________________________ 51 at Robert Morris (11/28/10)Assists ___________________________________ 25 Fordham (01/29/11)Steals ___________________________________ 23 at Ball State (1/2/10)Blocked Shots __________________________ 11 Rhode Island (02/26/11)Turnovers _______________________________ 26 vs Dayton (03/05/11)________________________________ 26 at #10 West Virginia (11/17/10)Fouls ____________________________ 25 at St. Bonaventure (02/12/11)

    Points _________________________________ 51 at #6 Xavier (02/20/11)Field Goals Made ___________________________ 16 Temple (02/05/11)Field Goal Attempts __________________________ 45 Temple (02/05/11)Field Goal Percentage ____________ .310 (18-58) at #6 Xavier (02/20/11)3 Pt Field Goals Made ______________________ 2 Vanderbilt (12/19/10)3 Pt FG Attempts __________________________ 9 Vanderbilt (12/19/10)3 Pt FG Percentage ________________ .143 (3-21) at Canisius (12/04/10)Free Throws Made _______________ 3 vs North Dakota State (12/12/10)Free Throw Attempts ______________ 5 vs North Dakota State (12/12/10)Free Throw Percentage _____________ .353 (6-17) at Canisius (12/04/10)Rebounds _______________________________ 26 Fordham (01/29/11)Assists __________________________________10 vs Dayton (03/05/11)______________________________10 at George Washington (01/26/11)Steals __________________________________ 5 at #6 Xavier (02/20/11)________________________________________ 5 Vanderbilt (12/19/10)Blocked Shots ___________________0 at George Washington (01/26/11)Turnovers ____________________________ 10 Rhode Island (02/26/11)Fouls ______________________________13 St. Bonaventure (01/08/11)_______________________________________13 at Canisius (12/04/10)

    Points _____________31 JENKINS, Jessica at St. Bonaventure (02/12/11)Field Goals Made _______ 11 PHILLIPS, TA’SHIA at #6 Xavier (02/20/11)_______________________ 11 SHELLS, Brittani vs Richmond (01/19/11)Field Goal Att. ________________ 22 PEDDY, Shey vs Temple (02/05/11)FG Pct (min 3 made) .833 (5-6) CORNING, Abigail vs Fordham (01/29/11)___________________ .833 (5-6) DUNCAN, Nadia at La Salle (01/22/11)_________________________.833 (5-6) DALY, Allison vs SFU (12/22/10)3-Point FG Made _____8 JENKINS, Jessica at St. Bonaventure (02/12/11)3-Point FG Att. _____ 11 BOOKER, Tara at George Washington (01/26/11)3-Pt FG Pct _________.833 (5-6) PETERS, Becky vs Fordham (01/29/11)Free Throws Made ______ 10 PRIM, Ashley vs Saint Joseph’s (02/16/11)Free Throw Att. _________ 14 PRIM, Ashley vs Saint Joseph’s (02/16/11) FT Pct (min 5 made) 1.000 (6-6) MOSGROVE, Cerie at Massachusetts (02/02/11)______________ 1.000 (6-6) HANLEY, Whitney vs Austin Peay (12/30/10) ____________1.000 (6-6) ROBERTSON, Haley at Miami, Ohio (11/24/10)_____________1.000 (5-5) MCCALLUM, Shannon at Charlotte (02/23/11)________ 1.000 (5-5) LEACH, Samantha vs Saint Francis, Pa. (12/22/10)__________________ 1.000 (5-5) SMITH, Gabby vs Vanderbilt (12/1910)Rebounds _______________ 16 BROWN, Kourtney at Buffalo (12/06/10)Assists _______________ 10 ZULLO, Megan at Massachusetts (02/02/11)Steals _________________________ 5 KOCI, Jess at La Salle (01/22/11)____________________5 ROBERTSON, Haley at Miami, Ohio (11/24/10)Blocked Shots _____________ 4 SCOTT, Shayla vs Pittsburgh (01/05/11)__________________ 4 BURICH,Janae vs North Dakota State (12/12/10)_______________________ 4 ALI,Madina at #10 West Virginia (11/17/10)Turnovers ________________ 10 PROSSER, Erica vs Lehigh (11/12/10)Fouls ______________________________________________7 tied at 5

    Points __________________________________ 80 Vanderbilt (12/19/10)Field Goals Made _______________________ 29 at #6 Xavier (02/20/11)_______________________________________ 29 Vanderbilt (12/19/10)Field Goal Attempts _______________________ 68 Vanderbilt (12/19/10)Field Goal Percentage __________ .563 (27-48) Saint Joseph’s (02/16/11)3 Pt Field Goals Made ________________________ 10 Lehigh (11/12/10)3 Pt Fg Attempts ____________________________ 25 Lehigh (11/12/10)3 Pt Fg Percentage __________________.500 (4-8) Pittsburgh (01/05/11)Free Throws Made _________________25 at St. Bonaventure (02/12/11)Free Throw Attempts ________________38 at St. Bonaventure (02/12/11)Free Throw Percentage _________ .889 (24-27) at Miami, Ohio (11/24/10)Rebounds _____________________________ 43 Vanderbilt ((12/19/10))__________________________________________43 at Ohio (12/16/10)Assists _________________________________ 43 Vanderbilt (12/19/10))Steals ___________________________18 at #10 West Virginia (11/17/10)Blocked Shots ___________________________ 12 Pittsburgh (01/05/11)Turnovers _______________________________35 at Ball State (1/2/10)Fouls ___________________________________25 vs Dayton (03/05/11)__________________________________________ 25 Lehigh (11/12/10)

    Points ______________________________34 at Robert Morris (11/28/10)Field Goals Made ____________________13 at Robert Morris (11/28/10)Field Goal Attempts ________________________ 40 Fordham (01/29/11)Field Goal Percentage _____________ .255 (14-55) at Canisius (12/04/10)3 Pt Field Goals Made ______________________0 Saint Louis (02/09/11)3 Pt FG Attempts __________________________7 Saint Louis (02/09/11)3 Pt FG Percentage _____________________ .000 Saint Louis (02/09/11)Free Throws Made ________________________3 at Canisius (12/04/10)Free Throw Attempts _______________________7 at Canisius (12/04/10)Free Throw Percentage ________ . .333 (5-15) at Robert Morris (11/28/10)Rebounds _______________________________ 18 Fordham (01/29/11)Assists _______________________________ 6 at Miami, Ohio (11/24/10)Steals ______________________________________ 0 at Akron (12/1/10)Blocked Shots _______________________ 1 (last) Saint Louis (02/09/11)Turnovers ___________________________ 12 Saint Joseph’s (02/16/11)________________________________________ 12 Richmond (1/19/11)Fouls ______________________________13 at Robert Morris (11/28/10)

    Points ______________ 27 GENSLER, Alex at Massachusetts (02/02/11))Field Goals Made _______ 10 POLLINO, Samantha at Buffalo (12/06/10)Field Goal Att. ________ 20 GENSLER, Alex at Massachusetts (02/02/11)FG Pct (min 5 made) _ .857 (6-7) BRITCHER, Kelly vs Austin Peay (12/30/10)3-Point FG Made _______ 5 GENSLER, Alex at Massachusetts (02/02/11)3-Point FG Att. ________ 11 GENSLER, Alex at Massachusetts (02/02/11)________________ 11 GENSLER, Alex at George Washington (01/26/11)3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) _ 1.000 (2-2) AGUNBIADE, Wumi at SBU (02/12/11)_______________ 1.000 (2-2) POLLINO, Samantha vs Temple (02/05/11) ____________________ 1.000 (2-2) ABEL, Vanessa at La Salle (01/22/11)___________________ 1.000 (2-2) FLOYD, Jocelyn at Dayton (01/15/11)_________ 1.000 (2-2) BRITCHER, Kelly vs Austin Peay (12/30/10)____________________ 1.000 (2-2) ABEL, Vanessa vs Lehigh (11/12/10)Free Throws Made _ 9 POLLINO, Samantha vs Saint Joseph’s (02/16/11)Free Throw Att. ________________ 11SZECSI, Orsi vs Lehigh (11/12/10)FT Pct. ___ 1.000 (9-9) POLLINO, Samantha vs Saint Joseph’s (02/16/11)__________________1.000 (6-6) ABEL, Vanessa vs Vanderbilt (12/19/10)__________ 1.000 (5-5) POLLINO, Samantha vs Rhode Island (02/26/11)Rebounds __________ 16 AGUNBIADE, Wumi at Miami, Ohio (11/24/10)Assists _____________________ 8 FLOYD, Jocelyn at Ball State (1/2/10)____________________8 ABEL, Vanessa at #10 West Virginia (11/17/10)Steals ______________________ 9 FLOYD, Jocelyn at Ball State (1/2/10)Blocked Shots ____________ 4 AGUNBIADE, Wumi vs Temple (02/05/11)____________________4 VOYNOVA, Diana at Massachusetts (02/02/11)_______________________ 4 AGUNBIADE, Wumi at Canisius (12/04/10)Turnovers ___________8 ABEL, Vanessa at #10 West Virginia (11/17/10)Fouls ______________________________________________5 tied at 5

  • 2010-11 duquesne dukes

    2010-11 duquesne women’s basketball game notes - Page 15

    SEASON HIGHS CAREER HIGHS

    #2 • Alex Gensler • G • JR • 5-11 • pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair

    Individual Career History

    GENSLER, Alex

    Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds ScoringSeason gp-gs min/avg fg-fga pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast to blk stl pts avg

    2008-09 26-18 623/24.0 77-201 . 3 8 3 44-122 . 3 6 1 25-29 . 8 6 2 20 56 76 2.9 50 0 56 50 9 42 223 8.62009-10 32-31 892/27.9 118-327 . 3 6 1 61-173 . 3 5 3 67-88 . 7 6 1 18 75 93 2.9 66 1 79 86 27 44 364 11.42010-11 31-31 911/29.4 133-343 . 3 8 8 64-185 . 3 4 6 55-64 . 8 5 9 17 80 97 3.1 53 0 78 63 12 48 385 12.4TOTAL 89-80 2426/27.3 328-871 . 3 7 7 169-480 . 3 5 2 147-181 . 8 1 2 55 211 266 3.0 169 1 213 199 48 134 972 10.9

    2010-11 Duquesne Women's BasketballDuquesne Individual Game-by-Game (as of Mar 18, 2011)

    All games

    #02 GENSLER, Alex

    Total 3-Pointers Free throws ReboundsOpponent Date gs min fg-fga pct 3fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot avg pf a t/o blk stl pts avgLEHIGH 11/12/10 * 24 2-8 . 2 5 0 0-2 . 0 0 0 0-0 . 0 0 0 3 2 5 5.0 3 2 3 0 2 4 4.0at #10 West Virginia 11/17/10 * 33 3-12 . 2 5 0 2-6 . 3 3 3 0-0 . 0 0 0 0 3 3 4.0 2 1 2 0 1 8 6.0at Miami, Ohio 11/24/10 * 24 7-9 . 7 7 8 4-6 . 6 6 7 5-6 . 8 3 3 1 0 1 3.0 2 3 1 0 0 23 11.7at Robert Morris 11/28/10 * 30 7-14 . 5 0 0 3-9 . 3 3 3 0-0 . 0 0 0 0 7 7 4.0 1 3 4 1 3 17 13.0at Akron 12/01/10 * 24 4-10 . 4 0 0 1-5 . 2 0 0 2-2 1.000 0 5 5 4.2 3 3 4 0 2 11 12.6at Canisius 12/04/10 * 32 6-11 . 5 4 5 2-7 . 2 8 6 0-0 . 0 0 0 1 3 4 4.2 1 5 3 1 4 14 12.8at Buffalo 12/06/10 * 34 7-15 . 4 6 7 4-7 . 5 7 1 0-0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.6 3 3 4 0 2 18 13.6NORTH DAKOTA STATE 12/12/10 * 29 3-9 . 3 3 3 1-3 . 3 3 3 0-0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 1 2 0 0 4 7 12.8at Ohio 12/16/10 * 23 6-11 . 5 4 5 3-7 . 4 2 9 0-1 . 0 0 0 1 4 5 3.3 0 1 0 0 2 15 13.0VANDERBILT 12/19/10 * 27 4-10 . 4 0 0 1-3 . 3 3 3 4-4 1.000 1 1 2 3.2 1 1 1 0 1 13 13.0SAINT FRANCIS, PA. 12/22/10 * 30 6-12 . 5 0 0 4-6 . 6 6 7 2-2 1.000 2 5 7 3.5 2 5 1 1 1 18 13.5at #12 Ohio State 12/28/10 * 29 3-9 . 3 3 3 0-4 . 0 0 0 2-2 1.000 0 2 2 3.4 0 2 0 0 0 8 13.0AUSTIN PEAY 12/30/10 * 29 2-9 . 2 2 2 0-4 . 0 0 0 3-4 . 7 5 0 0 2 2 3.3 1 2 1 0 2 7 12.5at Ball State 01/02/10 * 28 4-13 . 3 0 8 2-6 . 3 3 3 2-2 1.000 1 3 4 3.4 1 3 2 2 2 12 12.5PITTSBURGH 01/05/11 * 38 6-13 . 4 6 2 3-5 . 6 0 0 4-4 1.000 0 4 4 3.4 2 2 3 0 3 19 12.9ST. BONAVENTURE 01/08/11 * 32 3-8 . 3 7 5 1-3 . 3 3 3 0-0 . 0 0 0 1 3 4 3.4 2 1 2 0 0 7 12.6at Dayton 01/15/11 * 26 3-7 . 4 2 9 1-4 . 2 5 0 4-4 1.000 0 1 1 3.3 2 1 4 1 2 11 12.5RICHMOND 01/19/11 * 33 4-12 . 3 3 3 3-9 . 3 3 3 0-0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 3 3 2 0 2 11 12.4at La Salle 01/22/11 * 27 4-10 . 4 0 0 2-6 . 3 3 3 2-2 1.000 1 2 3 3.1 4 2 1 1 2 12 12.4at George Washington 01/26/11 * 31 4-15 . 2 6 7 4-11 . 3 6 4 2-2 1.000 0 6 6 3.3 0 1 0 0 1 14 12.5FORDHAM 01/29/11 * 25 5-10 . 5 0 0 3-7 . 4 2 9 1-2 . 5 0 0 0 2 2 3.2 0 4 0 0 1 14 12.5at Massachusetts 02/02/11 * 41 9-20 . 4 5 0 5-11 . 4 5 5 4-5 . 8 0 0 0 3 3 3.2 1 5 1 1 1 27 13.2TEMPLE 02/05/11 * 31 2-6 . 3 3 3 1-4 . 2 5 0 2-2 1.000 0 3 3 3.2 2 3 4 0 1 7 12.9SAINT LOUIS 02/09/11 * 27 4-10 . 4 0 0 2-5 . 4 0 0 2-4 . 5 0 0 0 5 5 3.3 1 2 3 2 0 12 12.9at St. Bonaventure 02/12/11 * 35 5-15 . 3 3 3 2-8 . 2 5 0 5-6 . 8 3 3 2 1 3 3.2 4 1 1 0 0 17 13.0SAINT JOSEPH'S 02/16/11 * 26 2-10 . 2 0 0 1-6 . 1 6 7 2-2 1.000 1 1 2 3.2 2 1 1 0 0 7 12.8at Xavier 02/20/11 * 19 2-6 . 3 3 3 1-4 . 2 5 0 0-0 . 0 0 0 1 0 1 3.1 2 1 1 0 0 5 12.5at Charlotte 02/23/11 * 33 5-17 . 2 9 4 3-9 . 3 3 3 2-2 1.000 1 3 4 3.1 2 4 3 0 1 15 12.6RHODE ISLAND 02/26/11 * 28 4-11 . 3 6 4 3-7 . 4 2 9 1-2 . 5 0 0 0 2 2 3.1 1 7 3 1 0 12 12.6vs Dayton 03/05/11 * 33 1-7 . 1 4 3 0-2 . 0 0 0 2-2 1.000 0 5 5 3.2 2 2 2 0 3 4 12.3KENT STATE 03/17/11 * 30 6-14 . 4 2 9 2-9 . 2 2 2 2-2 1.000 0 2 2 3.1 2 2 6 1 5 16 12.4Totals 31 911 133-343 . 3 8 8 64-185 . 3 4 6 55-64 . 8 5 9 17 80 97 3.1 53 78 63 12 48 385 12.4

    Games played: 31Minutes/game: 29.4Points/game: 12.4FG Pct: 38.83FG Pct: 34.6FT Pct: 85.9

    Rebounds/game: 3.1Assists/g


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