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Jan. 17, 2001

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%^$ Courtney Coleman’s eclipsed her career scoring high for the fourth-consecutive game, recording 26 points vs. Iowa. Coleman scored 19, 22 and 23 points in the last three games vs. Northwestern, Illinois and Michigan, respectively.%^$

%^$ The stingy Buckeye defense held Hawkeye leading scorers Lindsey Meder (nine), Cara Consuegra (eight) and Randi Peterson (eight) to single figures. All three were averaging in double figures, led by Meder at 18.5 points per game.%^$

%^$ The Buckeye defense held the Hawkeyes to their second-lowest scoring output of the season. Iowa’s lowest scoring output of the season is a 42-point performance in an early-season loss to Utah.%^$

%^$ D’wan Shackleford notched her second career double-double, scoring 11 points while grabbing 10 rebounds.%^$

%^$ The Buckeyes continued to be efficient with the ball, committing a season-low eight turnovers. The previous low was 10, last set in OSU’s contest Sunday (Jan. 14) at Michigan. OSU had a 2:1 assist to turnover ratio, as the Buckeyes dished out 16 assists in the contest.%^$

%^$ Jamie Lewis dished out nine assists in the contest, moving within 26 assists of overtaking Yvette Angel (562) for the all-time assists lead at OSU. Lewis has 537 career assists.%^$

%^$ Amber Barnes and Dana Stearns saw their first action as basketball players at Ohio State. Barnes, a senior goaltender on the soccer team, and Stearns, a senior middle blocker on the volleyball team, both were recruited after a rash of injuries struck the team.