Postgame Notes: No. 10 Maryland 82, North Carolina State 62

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Jan. 17, 2013

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Postgame Notes
#10 Maryland vs. North Carolina State
Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013
College Park, Md. (Comcast Center)

FINAL SCORE: No. 10 Maryland 82, NC State 62

Team Records and Series Notes
• Maryland improves to 14-3 and 5-1 in the ACC. NC State falls to 8-10 and 0-6 in the ACC. The Terps have won four games in a row.
• The Terps lead the all-time series 42-35 and are 6-1 against the Wolfpack at Comcast Center. The Terps have now won three in a row in the series and seven of the past eight contests.
• Head coach Brenda Frese has won 10 of 14 meetings against NC State.
• Up Next: at Georgia Tech, Sunday, Jan. 20 at 3 p.m.

Team Game Notes
• Starting line-up: Alicia DeVaughn, Tianna Hawkins, Alyssa Thomas
• Leading by 11 at halftime, the Terps outscored the Wolfpack 48-39 in the second half to pull away for the win.
• The 48 points scored by Maryland in the second half is the most points scored in the half by the Terps this season.
• Maryland scored more than 62.3 percent of its point in the paint. The Terps outscored the Wolfpack 51-22 around the hoop continuing a season trend. Coming into tonight, Maryland outscored their opponents in the paint for an average of 40.4 to 22.6.
• The Terps continue to dominate the glass against their opponents. Maryland outrebounded the Wolfpack 47-34 and has outrebounded the opposition in all 17 games this season.
• With Tianna Hawkins recording her ninth double-double of the season, the Terps have had 20 players' record double-doubles in 17 games.

Individual Game Notes
• Tianna Hawkins led all scorers with 26 points and grabbed a season-high 17 rebounds. It is Hawkins' ninth double-double of the season, which ties Alyssa Thomas for the most on the team.
• Alyssa Thomas filled up the stat sheet with 18 points, seven rebounds and six assists. It is Thomas' 14th double-figure scoring effort of the season and her 11th in a row.
Tierney Pfirman missed tying a career high by one point. The freshman finished with 16 points, eight rebounds and a team-high two steals.