Post-Game Notes: Old Dominion
Nov. 30, 2012
#10 California (63) at Old Dominion (47) - Post Game Notes
California started the starting lineup of Clarendon (G), Boyd (G), Jemerigbe (G), Brandon (F) and Caldwell (F) for the sixth consecutive game
California broke a 12-year old school record for rebounds in a game with 66 (27O-39D) Friday night. The 66 rebounds surpasses the record of 64 set twice - vs Washington (Jan. 29, 2000) and vs UTEP (Nov. 20, 1983).
The Bears improve to 6-0 for the first time since the 2008-09 NCAA Sweet 16 team began the year 7-0
California committed more turnovers than the opponent for the first time this season (25-to-13) despite both teams registering eight steals each.
California failed to score 80 points for the second time this season in the 63-47 victory.
After the Monarchs closed to within four points (51-47), the Bears held Old Dominion scoreless over the final 8:24 of the game by closing out on a 12-0 run.
The team's combined to go 1-for-16 from 3pt range with Layshia Clarendon hitting the only shot beyond the arc.
Both teams each hit only one jump shot in the first half with the rest of the points coming either in the point or from the free throw line.
INDIVIDUAL PLAYER NOTES
Pulled down a season high 17 rebounds (5O-12D)
Blocked a season high two shots
Was held to single digits in scoring for the first time this season
Notched her first double-double of the season with 10p-10r. It was her 15th career double-double
Moved to No. 10 in the California all-time record book for career rebounds. Caldwell, the Pac-12 leader, now has 793 career boards, surpassing Ingrid Dixon (789) on the list.
Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds, surpassing her previous high of seven set against Saint Mary's (12/8/11)
The all-time series between the Bears and Monarchs evens to 2-2.