Postgame Notes
Central Michigan 94, Dayton 91
December 5, 2013
- Junior Crystal Bradford's 34 points are tied for the fifth most in a game in program history and set a new McGuirk Arena scoring record. Bradford has scored 30-plus points three times in her career.

- Bradford's game-winning shot was featured as the No. 2 play on ESPN SportsCenter's Top 10 plays on the evening on Thursday, Dec. 5.

- Bradford's 34 points also moved her into a tie for 16th all time on CMU's career scoring list with 1,104 points. Julie Roberts also scored 1,104 points from 1978-81. 

- Bradford's game-winning three-point field goal with 0.2 seconds matched a career-high for made three-point field goals as she finished the night 5-for-8 from behind the arc. 

- The Chippewas shot 14-for-34 from behind the arc, making 10-plus three-point field goals for the 43rd time under head coach Sue Guevara. CMU is 30-13 during her tenure when making 10-plus treys. 

- The Chippewas are 32-for-66 over their last two games from behind the three-point line. 

- Junior Kerby Tamm knocked down four triples in the game, scoring in double digits for the second-straight game and third time this season. She finished with 12 points. 

- Senior Niki DiGuilio also knocked down four three-point field goals, scoring 12 points for her sixth double-digit game of the season. DiGuilio is now just 17 three-point field goals shy of setting the all-time CMU record. 

- Junior Jas'Mine Bracey had 17 points and 13 rebounds for her ninth career double-double. It was Bracey's fourth double-digit rebounding effort of the season and the 10th of her career. 

- CMU scored 13 points in the final two minutes, nine in the final 21 seconds and six in the final six seconds of the contest. 

- Senior Taylor Johnson's game-tying three-point field goal with 5.7 seconds moved her into sole possession of eighth place all time with 109 career triples. 




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