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Senior Niki DiGuilio and the Chippewas will look to remain perfect in the MAC and at home Sunday when they host the Bobcats of Ohio at 2 p.m.
Game Notes: CMU Looks to Extend Winning Streak versus Ohio

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Central Michigan (12-8, 8-0 MAC) vs. Ohio (8-11, 3-5 MAC)
Sunday, February 2 | 2 p.m.
Mount Pleasant, Mich. | McGuirk Arena

Broadcast Information
Live Audio:
Radio: 91.5 wmhw-fm; Jared Sandler (play-by-play), Matt Pocket (color) and Jim Costa (host)
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Probable Starters (Based on previous game)
            Name     Ht.       Yr.       GP-GS       PPG       RPG       Other
G   3       Jessica Green     5-10       Jr.       20-18       11.9       2.8       3.9 APG
G   12       Kerby Tamm     5-10       Jr.       20-20       7.7       4.4       42 3FGM
G   23       Crystal Bradford     6-0       Jr.       19-10       20.1       11.6       3.8 APG
G   24       Niki DiGuilio     5-8       Sr.       20-20       13.9       1.5       68 3FGM
F   32       Jas'Mine Bracey     6-2       Jr.       20-20       11.0       9.7       0.8 BPG

CMU Hoops Quick Hitterst

• CMU is off to its best MAC start under head coach Sue Guevara at 8-0. 

• The last time CMU was at least 9-0 was during the 1983-84 season in which it went a perfect 18-0 in MAC play. 

• CMU had a perfect January for the first time since 1983-84, going 8-0.

• Three players recorded double-doubles Thursday versus EMU, led by a career night of 25 points and 16 rebounds by junior Jas’Mine Bracey.

Double-Double Trouble
Three different players posted double-doubles Thursday night versus Eastern Michigan, led by junior Jas’Mine Bracey’s career-highs of 25 points and 16 rebounds. Crystal Bradford (16 points/17 rebounds) and Taylor Johnson (15 points/11 rebounds) also joined the double-double party. 

Cleaning the Glass
Central Michigan is now 10-1 this season when leading its’ opponent in rebounds after holding a 64-48 edge over Eastern Michigan Thursday night. The team’s 64 rebounds marked the fifth most in a single game in CMU history. 

30 Years Later
CMU is off to its first 8-0 start in MAC play since the Chippewas went a perfect 18-0 during the 1983-84 season. The eight-game winning streak is also the longest since the same season when the Chippewas won a program-record 26 games. 

Battling a Bug
Senior Taylor Johnson was questionable for Thursday night’s game versus EMU due to a stomach flu, but came off the bench to score 15 points and pull down 11 rebounds in just 14 minutes of action. Johnson hit three triples in the game, moving into a tie for fifth place all time with 128 career three-point field goals. 

Triple Tamm Time
Junior Kerby Tamm hit three more triples Thursday night and is now just one shy of cracking the top 10 at CMU. Tamm ranks first in the MAC with a 44.2 percent three-point percentage and sixth with 2.1 three-point field goals per game. Twice this season she has hit a career-high six three-point field goals in a game. 

Downtown DiGuilio
Senior Niki DiGuilio continues to lead the MAC and ranks second in the country with 3.4 field goals per game. DiGuilio has made a three in 25 straight contests and has hit at least one three in 82 percent of her career games (97-of-118).

They Did What?
Central Michigan matched a program record last Saturday when it scored 68 points in the first half at Western Michigan. The Chippewas went on to eclipse the century mark for the third time this season, matching the third most points in program history with their 113-87 victory.

Starting Five Shine
The Chippewas’ starting five of Green, Tamm, DiGuilio, Bradford and Bracey scored 99 of the team’s 113 points last Saturday as all five players scored in double figures. DiGuilio led the way with a career-high 27 points, while Tamm posted her first career 20-point contest. 

Welcome to the Club
Senior Taylor Johnson became the third player this season to join Central Michigan’s 1,000-point club, joining senior Niki DiGuilio and junior Crystal Bradford. This marks the first time in program history that the CMU lineup has featured three 1,000-point scorers in the same season. 

Chasing 1,000
Junior Jessica Green is also on pace to score her 1,000th career point this season, needing to average just 6.5 points per game over CMU’s final 12 guaranteed games. CMU would be just the 10th program in NCAA history to have four different 1,000-point scorers on the same roster should Green accomplish the feat.  

Top Gun
Senior Niki DiGuilio became the leader of men and women at Central Michigan for most three-point field goals made versus Toledo, passing former CMU men’s star Robbie Harman’s record of 233. DiGuilio now has 253 triples in her career and is on pace to become just the third player in MAC history to eclipse 300 career triples.

Three-Point Streaks to Watch
The Chippewas have made at least one three-point field goal in all 211 games coached under head coach Sue Guevara. DiGuilio also enters Saturday’s game with streak of 25 consecutive games with at least one made shot from behind the arc.

None Tougher
No team in the country played a non-conference schedule as tough as Central Michigan according to the Jeff Sagarin/CBN Women’s College Basketball Rankings. CMU played three top-25 opponents, while 10 of its’ 12 games were against 2013 postseason teams.

Chippewas Tabbed Favorites
Central Michigan was a unanimous choice to win the Mid-American Conference West title and received nine of 12 votes to repeat at the MAC Tournament by the coaches in the leagues’ preseason poll. CMU returns 10 letterwinners and three starters from last season’s MAC Tourney championship squad.