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1/22/12 Williamsburg, Va.: JMU 50, William & Mary 40
SCOUTING WILLIAM & MARY
♦ The Tribe holds a 2-12 record and a 0-3 record in CAA play after falling in 71-69 in overtime at Northeastern on Jan. 10. William & Mary tied for ninth in the preseason coaches' poll with Towson and is currently tied for ninth with Towson and George Mason through three games of league play.
♦ Of William & Mary's 12 losses, nine have been by fewer than 10 points and six were two-possession games at the final buzzer.
♦ Redshirt senior guard Janine Aldridge is averaging 3.46 made 3-point field goals a game, which leads the team and the CAA and is fourth in the nation. She is also second in the league in steals per game (2.69), helping lead the Tribe to a CAA-high 12.1 steals per game.
♦ Senior forward Emily Correal, selected to the preseason All-CAA Second Team, leads the team in points per game (17.0) and rebounds per game (8.4). The senior has also made it to the free-throw line 83 times this season and converted her shots 57 times.
JMU FAST BREAK
♦ The Dukes are now 8-7 on the year and 2-1 in conference play. While they are averaging 6.9 more points per game than opponents, their last two games have been decided by three points or less (Jan. 10 L vs. Drexel, 48-46; Jan. 13 W vs. Northeastern, 68-65). Seven games have been decided by five points or less, and JMU is 3-4 in those close decisions.
♦ With her game-winning 3-point shot on Jan. 13 against Northeastern, senior guard Tarik Hislop moved into sixth on JMU's all-time points list, passing Shanna Price (1999-2003, 1,496). Hislop now has 1,498 career points as a Duke.
♦ Junior guard Kirby Burkholder currently leads JMU in made 3-pointers per game, averaging 2.93 made shots from beyond the arc, and is third in the CAA and 20th nationally. She also leads the team in steals (2.1), rebounds (8.0) and free-throw percentage (90.0%).
♦ Freshman guard Precious Hall is third on the team in points per game (6.1) and is shooting 36.4 percent from beyond the arc. She dished out a career-high five assists in the 68-65 victory over Northeastern on Jan. 10.