WBB: Carleton has a shot at being ISU's all-time leading scorer

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  1. BoxsterCy

    BoxsterCy Well-Known Member

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    I think it's those all around stats that make her a legit candidate to stick on a WNBA roster.
     
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  2. runbikeswim

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    Just think if we had longer trips in ncaa or NIT last year, this wouldn't even be a question
     
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  3. mred

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    Updated post after the depressing NCAA second round game. Stats are unfortunately final.

    Points
    Final total: 2142
    Result: #2 all-time behind Welle at 2149

    Rebounds
    Final total: 863
    Result: #7 all-time between Jayme Olson (872) and Tracy Gahan (823). #1 is Welle with 1209.

    Assists
    Final total: 349
    Result: #10 all-time between Tracy Eckert (390) and Megan Taylor (337). #1 is Nikki Moody with 745.

    Steals
    Final total: 211
    Result: #3 all-time between Jane Lobenstein (215) and Heather Ezell (201). #1 is Tracy Horvath with 233.

    Blocks
    Final total: 124
    Result: #3 all-time between Angie Welle (155) and Brittany Wilkins (102). #1 is Nicky Wieben with 198.

    Scoring Average
    Final average: 17.27
    Result: #1 all-time ahead of Stephannie Smith (16.67) and Angie Welle (16.28).

    Rebound Average
    Final average: 6.960
    Result: #11 all-time between Janel Grimm (7.070) and Gileen Gleason (6.926).

    (Thanks to VeloClone for the complete rebounds-per-game standings)
     
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  4. mj4cy

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    Just needed to win last night...ugh. Still hell of a career.
     
  5. mitten1975

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    This is a good part of the reason I really wanted a win last night.
     
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  6. mitten1975

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    Remember when Carleton took the elbow in the jaw at that violent tourney in the gulf, and had to come back with a wired jaw? I will never forget that, she is one tough cookie.
     
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  7. Three4Cy

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    What is really sad is she would have had the record had she not missed games as a freshman after getting hurt in a loss to Duke in Cancun. She missed two or three games that season.

    Just another reason why I don't like Duke.
     
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  8. mitten1975

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    I think we are thinking of the same fiasco. From what I saw in that tourney, the refs were there for decoration, not to control the game.
     
  9. acoustimac

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    Sounds like this weekend.
     
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  10. mitten1975

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    I thought the same about the men's tourney game. I used to respect the refereeing in the NCAA tourney, I wonder what has changed.

    I have to admit, because of my strange situation in cable, I haven't watched the game yet, I haven't figured out a streaming package that suits me either. It has been driving me crazy all winter and I live too far away to attend games. I am going to check out youtube tv, that sounds like it might be a viable option. Imagine me agonizing, trying to watch espn and screwing around with various streaming options which keep coming to dead ends. That has been my winter.
     
  11. Buster28

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    That happened right in front of us at that Duke game in Cancun. The two Blue Devil girls involved hi-fived each other and walked away after Bridget went to the floor. There was blood on the court from her mouth. Absolute truth. Their behavior was disgusting. Didn't have a strong opinion about them prior to that, but have hated Duke ever since.
     
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  12. mitten1975

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    The incident got on youtube or something because I saw it. I think I saw some game online, maybe that game. Sometimes I wonder at the stuff they let go on. I have been a huge Bridget fan ever since because to me that shows her courage.
     
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  13. runbikeswim

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    I don't have a problem with how physical Baylor plays. However, I think MSU wasn't near as clean as some of the elite physical teams, and the refs are simply not going to call a lot stuff in the tournament. I also noticed that we had the same under basket referee, blond with tight pony tail, for both games, and it was the referee that even in our blow out win on Saturday, BF was livid at the whole game.
     
  14. knowlesjam

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    It's an interesting conundrum for a coach...coach a team to play the game within the rules and risk losing to teams that don't (and have officials that use a different rulebook)...or coach a team to push the rules to an extent that it becomes an accepted action. Bill coaches a team to play within the rules...and I appreciate it. The issue here are officials that view the physical play as an accepted part of the game.

    Need an example...see West Virginia on the men's side.

    All this being said...what a season and career by Bridget...one of the best (if not the best) players in ISU history.
     
  15. kcdc4isu

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    Two of the official on Monday also did the poor job on our Saturday game
     

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