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WBB Postgame Notes vs. Toledo
Postgame Notes
Central Michigan 84, Toledo 71
January 4, 2014
- Junior Crystal Bradford scored 22 of her game-high 24 points in the second half and recorded her seventh double-double of the season with 13 rebounds. Saturday marked Bradford's seventh 20-plus effort of the season and 25th of her career. 

- Bradford's 24 points moved her past Sylvia Odum (1982-85) and into 13th on CMU's all-time scoring list with 1,233 career points. 

- Senior Niki DiGuilio made four three-point field goals, giving her 235 for her career. DiGuilio already held the CMU women's mark, but passed the CMU men's mark of 233 held by Robbie Harman to become the greatest three-point shooter in CMU Athletics history. 

- DiGuilio finished the afternoon with 12 points, marking her 11th double-figure scoring contest of the season and 51st of her career. She also moved up the CMU's all-time scoring list, passing Ann Skufca (2003-07) for 20th all time with 1,029 career points. 

- DiGuilio also extended her consecutive games with a three-point field goal streak to 19 games. 

- Junior Kerby Tamm became just the second player in program history to go perfect from behind the arc with a minimum of four attempts. Tamm finished 4-for-4 from deep and 6-for-8 from the field to score 16 points, marking the fifth time this season and 10th time in her career she has scored in double figures. 

- CMU went 14-for-32 from behind the arc in Saturday's contest, marking the sixth time this season it has hit at least 10 treys in a game. The Chippewas entered the game ranked fourth in the country with 9.4 three-point field goals per game. 

- Senior Taylor Johnson had an efficient eight points and five rebounds in 16 minutes of play, moving her closer to becoming the 24th player in program history to score 1,000 points. Johnson now has 973 career points.

- The Chippewas' bench outscored Toledo's bench by 30 points, 43-13. CMU also held a 20-13 advantage in points off turnovers and a 12-3 advantage in fastbreak points.