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NCAA W Basketball

Games on Monday, March 25, 2019
Top Performances
1Tori Schickel (BUTL vs. KENT) 12 pts (3/5 fg), 11 reb, 3 stl, 2 blk
2Kristen Spolyar (BUTL vs. KENT) 22 pts (9/15 fg), 4/5 3fg, 3 reb
3Whitney Jennings (BUTL vs. KENT) 23 pts (9/17 fg), 3/9 3fg, 2 reb
4Asiah Dingle (KENT vs. BUTL) 13 pts (2/4 fg), 1/3 3fg, 3 stl
5Alexa Golden (KENT vs. BUTL) 11 pts (4/14 fg), 1/8 3fg, 8 reb
Player Leaderboard
StatLeaders
Points/Game28.0Megan Gustafson, Iowa
Rebounds/Game16.3Kristine Anigwe, California
Assists/Game8.6Amy O'Neill, Saint Francis (NY)
Steals/Game6.2Chastadie Barrs, Lamar
Efficiency26.2Megan Gustafson, Iowa
Minutes/Game38.5Cassidy Barrios, Nicholls State; Lauren Holden, Fordham
Field Goal Percentage100.033 tied
3-Point Percentage100.047 tied
Free Throw Percentage100.0155 tied
Points/40 Min45.7Carmen Tellez, Eastern Illinois
Rebounds/40 Min20.09 tied
Team Leaderboard
ELO Ratings
1. Connecticut 2527   2. Notre Dame 2432   3. Baylor 2383   4. Mississippi State 2325   5. Louisville 2288   ...   Full Chart
Team Context Ratings
1. Notre Dame 691.10   2. Baylor 688.00   3. Louisville 661.80   4. Mississippi State 654.00   5. Oregon 629.60   ...   Full Chart
Insights
South Florida is ranked No. 1 in the American in minutes (6795)
Villanova is tied for first in the Big East in turnover percentage, defense with 14.4
Wyoming is ranked No. 1 in the MWC in points allowed per game (54.6)
Pacific is ranked first in the WCC in steals with 310
Bethune-Cookman is 13-4 in its last 17 games
South Florida is ranked second in the American in free throws made with 424
Samford is currently first in the SoCon with effective field goal percentage (47.8)
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