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Razorback women's basketball hosts Missouri

02/15/2013
Athletic Communications
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The Razorback women’s basketball team picked up a hard-fought, triple overtime road win over Alabama 91-80 last Sunday splitting their two games this week.  Arkansas opened the week with an overtime loss to No. 10/8 Kentucky and played 20 extra minutes of basketball in the two games.  Against Kentucky, senior Sarah Watkins dropped in 25 points leading three players in double figures. Quistelle Williams had 18 and Dominique Wilson scored a career-best 17.  Wilson bettered her numbers with 19 in the triple overtime win at Alabama Sunday, leading five players in double figures.  Jhasmin Bowen also had 19 points while Williams had a double-double with 12 points and sophomore Calli Berna had a double-double with 12 points and 11 assists for the Razorbacks.  Arkansas has a bye on Thursday and hosts Missouri Sunday in Bud Walton Arena.  Williams is approaching 500 career rebounds and enters the week with 494 heading into the Missouri game.
  • Arkansas has eight losses…Five to ranked teams
  • In those eight losses….six are by four points or less…Four are on the road and one was in overtime…Arkansas outscored its opponent in the second half in four of those losses…Arkansas outrebounded its opponent in four of the losses…Senior Sarah Watkins is averaging 12.3 ppg in the losses and senior Quistelle Williams averages 10.5 rpg in those eight games.
  • As a team, the Razorbacks are second in field goal defense (.357), third in assist/turnover ratio (1.0) in the SEC in all games.
  • Head coach Tom Collen is 326-144 (.694) overall in all games in 16 seasons.
  • Collen is 109-75 in six seasons at Arkansas (100th vs. Pepperdine). He is the third coach with 100 wins in program history.
  • Collen has taken Arkansas to three postseason appearances (WNIT, 2009, 2011; NCAA Second Round, 2012).
  • Sarah Watkins has had 16 games in double figure scoring this year.
  • Quistelle Williams has 14 games in double figure scoring this year including four in a row.
  • Quistelle Williams has had five double-doubles this year and six for her career.
  • Senior Sarah Watkins (second-team) and sophomore Calli Berna (all-freshman team) were both All-SEC selections in 2012.
  • Sarah Watkins became the 26th player in program history to score at least 1,000 career points. She finished the Alabama game with four points for 1,279 career points in 121 games. She ranks 15th  in program history. She had a career-best 28 at Ole Miss.
  • Sarah Watkins ranks for 17th in career rebounds with 567 in 121 games.
  • Sarah Watkins ranks second in career blocked shots with 191.
  • Sarah Watkins is the 17th player in program history to reach the 1,000 point, 500 rebound plateau.
  • Arkansas has won 13 tips (Tulsa, Hawai’i, Pepperdine, Furman, MVSU, NSU, CSU, Auburn, TAMU, LSU, Missouri, Ole Miss, Alabama).
  • Arkansas is 14-3 when leading at half (lost to Auburn, Georgia, Kentucky)…1-0 when tied and 1-5 when trailing at half.
  • Arkansas has had 13 games with at least three players scoring double figures.
  • Arkansas has scored 70+ points 13 times this year…80+ six times…90+ three times this year.
  • Arkansas is 209-80 in 20 seasons in Bud Walton Arena.
  • Arkansas is 43-1 in non-conference games at Bud Walton under Tom Collen (loss to Missouri December 2007).
  • Arkansas has won 29 consecutive non-conference games in Bud Walton.

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