Feb. 2, 2012
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#9/10 Maryland vs. Boston College
Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012
College Park, Md. (Comcast Center)
FINAL SCORE: #9/10 Maryland 86, Boston College 44
Team Records and Series Notes
Maryland is now 12-2 all-time against Boston College and 6-1 at home.
Maryland's 86-44 victory is the largest margin of victory in series history.
The Terps' 42-point win is the largest margin of victory in an ACC game since Jan. 6, 2008 against Clemson (110-46), a span of 70 conference games.
Up Next: at Georgia Tech, Monday, Feb. 6 at 7:00 p.m.
Team Game Notes
Starting line-up: Anjale Barrett, Alicia DeVaughn, Tianna Hawkins, Laurin Mincy, Alyssa Thomas
Tonight's starting line-up has appeared in 21 games this season.
Maryland held Boston College to 15-of-71 shooting (21.1%) for the game and 4-of-31 (12.9%) in the first half. It is the second-best defensive performance of the season and the lowest field goal percentage for an ACC opponent in the Brenda Frese era.
The Terps outrebounded the Eagles 28-18. Maryland has won the battle of the boards in 20-of-22 games this season, and dating back to last year has outrebounded its opponents in 49 of the last 55 games.
Every active member of the team scored and a grabbed at least one rebound in the contest. It is second time this season it has happened (vs. Lafayette, 12/28/11).
The Terps outscored the Eagles 38-14 in the paint.
Maryland's 10 3-pointers are the most for the Terps since March 21, 2010 (11, vs. East Carolina).
Maryland held Boston College without a field goal for the opening 3:18 and held the Eagles scoreless for the final 8:55 of the first half
The Terps scored on six of their first seven possessions to open the game.
Maryland outscored Boston College 20-0 over the final 8:06 of the first half.
Individual Game Notes
Laurin Mincy scored 16 points and tied a career high with five made 3-pointers.
Brene Moseley scored 16 points and was 3-of-4 from three-point range.
Alyssa Thomas finished with 14 points for her 19th double-figure scoring effort of the season and grabbed eight rebounds.
Lynetta Kizer scored in double figures for the fifth consecutive game. Kizer scored 12 points to go along with five rebounds.