Postgame Notes
Central Michigan 113, Western Michigan 87
January 25, 2014
- Central Michigan scored 100-plus points for the third time this season and second time during Mid-American Conference play. The 113 points matched the third highest scoring effort in program history. 

- CMU matched a season low with nine turnovers Saturday, while forcing the Broncos into 16. The Chippewas have had fewer than 10 turnovers in each of their last two contests. 

- Senior Niki DiGuilio scored a career-high 27 points on 8-of-15 shooting, including a 6-for-12 mark from behind the arc, marking the fourth time this season and 12th time in her career that she has scored at least 20 points in a contest. 

- DiGuilio's 27 points moved her past Julie Roberts (1978-81) for 17th all time on CMU's scoring list with 1,107 career points. 

- Junior Kerby Tamm also scored a career-high 20 points Saturday, while matching her career high with six three-point field goals. Tamm has scored in double figures eight times this season after doing so just four times during her first two seasons. 

- Junior Crystal Bradford recorded her 12th double-double of the season and 36th of her career with 23 points and a game-high 13 rebounds. Bradford scored 20-plus points for the 10th time this season and posted double-digit rebounds for the 40th time in her career. 

- Bradford also had four steals in the game, eclipsing 200 for her career. The junior ranks fifth all time at CMU with 202 career steals. 

- Junior Jas'Mine Bracey posted her fifth double-double of the season and 12th of her career with 17 points and 11 rebounds. 

- CMU's five starters (Bradford, Bracey, Green, DiGuilio and Tamm) combined to score 99 of the 113 points Saturday. The Chippewas' bench was outscored for just the fifth time this season and it was the first game this season in which the bench was outscored that CMU won. 

- CMU made a season-high 45 field goals, matching the third most in a single game in program history. 

- The Maroon and Gold outrebounded Western Michigan 47-to-35, turning 20 offensive rebounds into 35 second-chance points. The Chippewas are now 9-1 this season when outrebounding their opponent.