Postgame Notes
Central Michigan 65, Northern Illinois 60
January 15, 2014
- CMU is off to its second-straight 4-0 start in Mid-American Conference play and will play 4-0 Bowling Green Saturday at noon inside McGuirk Arena. 

- The Chippewas were held to a season-low four three-point field goals and 19 percent from the three-point line (4-for-21), but extended their consecutive games streak with a three-point field goal to 206. 

- CMU held a 40-to-26 advantage in points in the paint and outrebounded the Huskies, 45-38. 

- CMU improved to 7-1 on the season when leading in rebounds and 5-1 on the year when allowing fewer than 70 points. 

- Junior Crystal Bradford had a game-high 27 points and 15 rebounds for her fifth-straight double-double and 10th of the season. Her 27 points marked her eight 20-plus scoring game of the season and 26th of her career. 

- Bradford's 27 points moved her past Brandie Baker (1,281) and Kaihla Szunko (1,292) on CMU's  scoring list as she now ranks ninth all time with 1,294 career points. 

- Junior Jas'Mine Bracey had 12 second-half rebounds and hit four key free-throw attempts down the stretch to help secure her fifth double-double of the season with 10 points and 14 boards. The double-double was the 11th of her career. 

- The Chippewas had a season-low 10 turnovers in the contest, limiting their mistakes to just four in the first half. 

- Despite going just 1-for-9 from the field, senior Niki DiGuilio's lone make was a three-point field goal, extending her program record to 242 and her consecutive games with a three-point field goal streak to 21.

- The Chippewas won just their second game of the season when trailing at the half, both of which have come during Mid-American Conference play. 

- CMU is also now 4-0 inside the friendly confines of McGuirk Arena this season.