January 10, 2006
The Bears attempted 49 3-pointers, which was three attempts away from the NCAA record and two away from the Northern Colorado record.
Northern Colorado's 89 points was a season-high. The previous high was 88 against Cal State-Fullerton on Nov. 20.
Freshman guard Whitley Cox scored a career-high 11 points in the win. She broke her previous high just five minutes into the contest when she swished a free throw to put her at seven points.
The Bears forced a season-high 27 turnovers. Northern Colorado forced 25 twice this season, coming against Mesa State on Jan. 2 and in the season opener against Air Force on Nov. 18.
Northern Colorado was able to take care of the ball, as it turned the ball over just seven times, a season-low.
The Bears scored 35 points off turnovers, a new season-best.
Four Bears scored in double figures for the first time since last season against Maryland on Feb. 28. The players in double figures were Jena Fosdick (12), Whitley Cox (11), Jabrenta Hubbard (11) and Danielle Hagen (10).
With the win, Northern Colorado extended its win streak to three. It is the team's second such streak this season, with the first coming against Cal State-Fullerton, Illinois and Marquette in November.
The 86 field goal attempts is a season-high. The previous mark came against Mesa State on Jan. 2, when the Bears threw up 69 shots. Northern Colorado 36 field goals made also broke the previous mark of 35, set against Cal-State Fullerton.
The Bears are now 5-2 all-time against Colorado Christian.
Northern Colorado is now 130-31 all-time against teams from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
The Bears are now 162-93 all-time against teams from Colorado.
Northern Colorado vs. Colorado Christian Post Game Notes
Jan. 10, 2006