Dec. 2, 2001
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Courtney Coleman extended her consecutive double-digit scoring games to 11 with 16 points vs. the Dukes. Adding 11 rebounds to the effort, Coleman marked her seventh career double-double.
Reynolds From Outside
Junior forward DiDi Reynolds equaled her career high for three-point field goals in a single game. Reynolds led all scorers with 17 points, sinking 4-of-9 (.444) triples.
Ohio State remains undefeated against the Dukes, extending its series lead to 4-0 with a 71-57 win today.
Crews Gets On The Scoreboard
Freshman forward Charisse Crews registered her first official points as a Buckeye today with a lay-up at the 12-minute mark in the first half. Crews finished with 4 points, putting every player on the scoreboard this year.
And Then There Were 10
The Ohio State roster was reduced to 10 players vs. Duquesne with starting center LaToya Turner sidelined pending the outcome of an arthroscopic examination of her left knee Dec. 11. Turner apparently sustained contact to the knee sometime during the Buckeyes’ 70-50 loss to UC-Santa Barbara Thursday night (Nov. 29). She joins guards Tanya McClure and Caity Matter who are also injured. McClure is rehabilitating following left lateral ankle reconstruction surgery (Oct. 17) while Matter is recovering from a fracture to the third metatarsal in her left foot (Nov. 11).