William & Mary Post-Game Notes
By ODU Athletics
Jan. 22, 2009
* Junior Jessica Canady returned to the line-up after missing the past seven games with a thumb injury. She played 19 minutes in her return going 2-of-2 from the line along with five rebounds and a steal.
* Senior Tiffany Green put up her fourth consecutive, eighth of the season, and 26th of her career double-double with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Senior Tiffany Green scored in double figures for the 14th time this season and 70th time in her career. She has also led the team in scoring six times this year and 19 times in her career. Her 20 point effort was also the fourth time this season she reached the 20 point mark and the sixth time in her career.
* Senior Tiffany Green took over sole possession of third on the CAA's all-time career blocks leaders list. Green recorded two rejections on the night and now holds 188 blocks in her career. Second on the list currently belongs to former Lady Monarch Nyree Roberts who captured 214 blocks in her career with ODU. Senior Jazzmin Walters moved up on the ODU all-time assists leaders list with her four dishes against the Tribe to bring her career total to 418 surpass Media Dixon (1982-1985) for seventh on the list. Mery Andrade (1995-1999) sits in sixth on the all-time list 447.
* Senior Jazzmin Walters also collected a career-high eight rebounds surpassing her previous high of seven against two other opponents. Senior Jazzmin Walters netted 12 points to score in double digits for the ninth time this year and 23rd time in her career.
* Sophomore Jasmine Parker continues her streak of scoring in double figures against the CAA. Parker poured in 12 as well to reach double figures for the ninth time this year and 18th time in her career.
* Sophomore Sierra Little capped off the Lady Monarchs in double figures with 10. It was the second time this year and her career.
* The 10 three-pointers the Tribe made in Thursday night's contest were the most by an ODU opponent this season. The previous high was six made by Ole Miss (6-14), #11/13 Tennessee (6-15), and Dayton (6-22).