Postgame Notes
Central Michigan 105, Massachusetts 61
November 10, 2013
- CMU scored 100-plus points for the first time since an even 100 in a victory over Southeast Missouri on Dec. 18, 2011. It was the 15th time in program history the Chippewas scored 100-plus points and the seventh time it has happened under the guidance of head coach Sue Guevara.

- The 105 point effort is the seventh highest total in program history.

- The Chippewas held a 62-33 advantage on the glass, posting the fifth-best single-game rebounding effort by a team in program history.

- Senior Niki DiGuilio made four three-point field goals, moving into sole possession of second all time in CMU history with 192 in her career. She needs just 39 triples to set a new program record.

- DiGuilio scored 20 points in the contest, marking the eighth time in her career that she went for 20 plus and the 41st time in her career she scored in double digits.

- Sophomore Da'Jourie Turner made the most of her first career start, setting career highs in points (14), field goals (4) and minutes (26), while matching a career best in assists (3).

- Junior Kerby Tamm pulled down seven rebounds in each half to set a new career high with 14 in the contest. Tamm also scored 10 points in the game, notching her first career double-double.

- Jas'Mine Bracey went 5-for-7 from the floor and a perfect 4-for-4 from the free throw line to post her 20th career double-digit scoring effort with 14. Her 12 rebounds gave helped her finish with the eighth double-double of her career.

- Redshirt freshman Jewel Cotton and true freshman Jacqueline Simpson each made their debut for the Chippewas. Cotton scored six points and had seven rebounds in 16 minutes while Simpson scored three points and had three rebounds in 13 minutes.

- Sophomore forward Chelsea Lynn matched a career-high with 12 minutes Sunday, posting a new career best five points in the process.

- Saturday's victory was head coach Sue Guevara's 98th at the helm of the Chippewas. She also improved to 5-2 in season openers as the head coach of CMU.

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