Postgame Notes
Central Michigan 82, Buffalo 68
January 12, 2014
- Junior Crystal Bradford became just the fourth player in program history to record a triple-double with 19 points, 16 rebounds and a career-high 11 assists. 

- Carla Sterk (19 points, 20 rebounds, 11 assists vs. Kent State; 1/13/93), Brandie Baker (12 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists vs. UNC A&T; 11/21/10) and Kaihla Szunko (21 points, 16 rebounds, 10 steals vs. Ole Miss; 12/18/10) are the other three players to record triple-doubles for CMU. 

- Bradford's 19 points moved her past Nikki Thompson (1991-94) on CMU's all-time scoring list as she now ranks 11th with 1,267 career points. 

- Bradford's 11 assists tied the second-best mark in CMU history and was one shy of Brandie Baker's record set versus UNC A&T on Nov. 12, 2010. 

- Bradford also moved past Jody Beerman (1984-87) for seventh place on CMU's career field goals list with 520 made baskets. 

- By matching her season high of 16 rebounds, Bradford is now just 19 rebounds shy of moving into the top 10 on CMU's career rebound list. 

- Junior Jas'Mine Bracey scored 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting, marking her seventh double-figure effort of the season. Bracey scored 37 points (18.5 ppg) and shot 81 percent (17-for-21) in the Chippewas' two victories this week. 

- Senior Taylor Johnson went 3-for-6 from deep to score nine points and is now just six pionts shy of becoming the third player this season to join CMU's 1,000-point club. 

- CMU finished the game 12-for-30 from behind the arc, marking the sixth time this season it has hit at least 10 three-point field goals. The Chippewas are 4-2 this season and 32-15 under head coach Sue Guevara when making 10-plus triples. 

- Junior Jessica Green scored 12 points for her ninth double-digit game of the season and also pulled down a season-high nine rebounds. 

- Senior NIki DiGuilio scored 11 points to reach double figures for the fifth-straight game, 13th time this season and 53rd time in her career. 

- CMU is off to a 3-0 start in Mid-American Conference play for the second-straight season and third time under Coach Guevara. The Chippewas started MAC play 7-0 last season, its' best mark under Guevara.