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  1. Below is information on Mershon's and Verbeek's time at Nebraska plus some high school information: >>Kayla Mershon >Sophomore Year-12 minutes ave; 1.6 ave pts; 2.5 reb/g; third from the bottom with shooting percentage on the team at 0.347 >Freshman Year-17 minutes ave; 3.2 ave pts; 3 reb/g >High School-12.7 points, 9.1 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 1.2 steals and 1.5 blocks as a senior at Minnetonka, MN While at Nebraska she was not a strong scorer as she was not a strong scorer in high school as well. Her rebounding was good in high school with an average of 9.1 a game. Her playing time decreased this past season as Bourne got more time as the season went on. She did not turn the ball over much and tried hard on defense. Nonetheless, players need to score to help the team win which she was not strong at. >>Ashtyn Verbeeck >Sophomore Year-21 minutes ave; 7.4 ave pts; 4.3 reb/g; third place in shooting % at 0.441 >Freshman Year-17 minutes ave; 6.9 ave pts; 5.5 reb/g >High School-as a senior for Western Christian, averaging 25.8 points and 14.4 rebounds per game. She shot 52.2 percent from the field, including 34.7 percent from three-point range, while knocking down 81.1 percent of her free throws as a senior. While at Nebraska Verbeeck had moments of consistent scoring but at times she did not. Some tendency to get into foul trouble. Likely if she would have stayed her scoring likely could have increased as well as her rebounding with nor college seasoning based on her strong senior highschool year. Seems like a better offensive scheme would have helped her as well! She will be missed!
  2. Nebraska Women's Basketball Top 3 scorers and minutes played each game since 2011 when NE joined the Big Ten Big Ten Averages except did not find Big Ten Only information for 2012-2016. Yori Big Ten years 2011-2016. Williams years 2016-2020 Yori 11-16 Highest Score Minutes '2nd Highest Score Minutes '3rd Highest Score Minutes Aggregate top Season Score Ave Ave played scorer Ave played scorer Ave played 3 scorers total 2011-2012 Hooper, J 18.1 33.0 Moore, L 14.8 34.2 Cady, E 12.3 31.8 B Ten only gms 45.2 2012-2013 Hooper, J 17.9 30.2 Moore, L 15.1 34.4 Cady, E 9.1 30.8 All games 42.1 2013-2014 Hooper, J 20.4 33.18 Theriot, R 14.1 36.5 Cady, E 12.7 34.1 All games 47.2 2014-2015 Theriot, R 16.5 21 gms 37.5 Laudermill, T 7.0 32.2 Cady, E 12.7 32.9 All games 36.2 2015-2016 Shepard, J 18.5 28.5 Romeo, N 16.0 35.1 Theriot, R 10.6-25gms 25.0 All games 45.1 Williams yrs 2016-2017 Shepard, J 19.1 32.6 Whitish, H 11.1 30.4 Havers, A 7.2 16.3 B Ten only gms 37.4 2017-2018 Whitish, H 12.3 31.8 Simon, M 10.9 25.5 Cain, K 9.7 27.0 B Ten only gms 32.9 2018-2019 Whitish, H 11.3 31.3 Brown, L 10.2 31.3 Haiby, S 9.3 20.2 B Ten only gms 30.8 2019-2020 Brown, l 13.8 26.7 Whitish, H 9.9 30.2 Haiby, S 9.6 26.4 B Ten only gms 33.3 Excepting Shepard's scoring average in 2016-2017, for the William's years, 2016-2020, all top 3 scorers averages are mostly lower than in the Yori years, 2011-2016. This more highly exhibited by the right hand column showing the Yori years mostly in the 40's for the aggregate of the top 3 scorers versus in the 30's for the Williams years. Likely the lack of dominant scorers is a negative at end of quarter or game end situations. It is also noted that minutes played by the top scorers is generally less in the Williams era. High minutes played by Theriot back in the day may have been a factor with her injuries. So this year in the Big Ten, Brown as the leading NE scorer at 13.8 is only playing 26.7 minutes a game on average; Whitish as second leading scorer at 9.9 --30.2 minutes; and Haiby as the 3rd leading scorer at 9.6 is only playing 26.4 minutes a game. In the Williams years, Whitish scoring average dropped in the last 2 years from 12.3 to 11.3 to 9.9 this year in the Big Ten. Cain was the 3rd leading scorer in 17-18 at 9.7 average a game, but dropped to 6.4 in 18-19 and improved to 8.6 for 19-20. As reflected Brown improved to 13.8 in 19-20 from 10.2 her first year. Haiby improved slightly from 9.3 to 9.6 in her second year.
  3. The intent was not to totally bash Whitish, just an observation on someone one would expect to score . On a positive note she did have 5 assists for the MI game while Brown had 6 assists to lead the team. Brown also had 22 points. For the season Whitish had averaged 7-8 shots a game in the Big Ten and 9.9 points a game. One would expect Whitish playing 29 minutes in the game would be more focused on getting in some position to make some shots. Meanwhile, Brown. Whitish, and Bourne each had 3 turnovers. Bourne also had 16 points and 5 rebounds.
  4. The above stat comparison was for all 30 games of the season versus only the 18 game Big Ten stats which reflect a less positive season!!!! Nebraska Women's Basketball experience in the Big Ten since first season 2011-2012 NOTE: Tried to focus on Big Ten Experience only from NE Women's Stat pages but did not find Big Ten Only information for 2012-2016 Season Big Big Ten Post Defensive Scoring Field Goal Turnover Ave Assists O Reb D reb Rebnds Season Record Ten Finish Coach Season Offensive Ave Ave Margin Ave % TO Ave Margin Assists Steals /TO Ave Ave Margin 2011-2012 24-9 10-6 6th Yori NCAA Big Ten 71.4 66.4 5 0.370 15.31 1.8 11.88 7.2 0.78 15.06 24 -0.9 2012-2013 25-9 12-4 2nd Yori NCAA All games 67 59 12 0.403 14.2 1.3 15 7.3 1.05 13.15 27.12 3.6 2013-2014 26-7 12-4 3rd Yori NCAA All games 75.6 63.4 12.2 0.440 12.87 1.4 17 5.8 1.32 11.06 29.18 5.5 2014-2015 21-11 10-8 7th Yori NCAA All games 67.1 60.9 6.2 0.407 13.7 0.7 14.8 6 1.08 11.28 29.75 2.4 2015-2016 18-13 9-9 Tie for 7th Yori NIT All games 72.7 68.1 4.6 0.453 15.2 -1.1 15.1 5.9 0.99 10.52 28.88 1.2 2016-2017 7-22 3-13 Tie for 11TH Williams NONE Big Ten 63.1 80.4 -17.3 0.383 16.18 -3.2 15.0 6.6 0.93 11.3 23.63 -5.7 2017-2018 21-11 11-5 Tie for 3rd Williams NCAA Big Ten 69 63.6 5.4 0.438 15.25 -0.6 16.8 6.9 1.10 10.8 27.5 2.4 2018-2019 14-16 9-9 Tie for 6th Williams NONE Big Ten 69.1 69.1 0 0.416 14.67 1.4 14.67 7.6 1.00 9.89 24.98 -3.2 2019-2020 17-13 7-11 Tenth Williams No p s Big Ten 66.5 68.39 -1.89 0.401 14.80 -2.80 13.70 6.20 0.93 10.22 28.80 -1.40 William's 2019-2020 team lost 2 more conference games than the prior year and finished 10th in the Big Ten (2nd worst in 9 years). Scoring margin was a negative 1.89 the second worst in 9 years and down from a plus 5.4 in 2017-2019. The field goal average declined to a 3 year low of 0.401. The conference turnover average was up slightly to 14.8 while the turnover margin was a negative 2.80 which was the second worst in 9 years. Average assists decreased to 13.7 which was the lowest in 8 years. Assist to turnovers decreased to 0.93. Steals were a 4 year low of 6.2. Average offensive rebounds improved slightly to 10.22 but were the second lowest level in 9 years. Defensive rebounds improved a 4 year high of 28.8 a game, but the rebounds average to opponents remained negative at 1.4 Basically, the 2019-2020 results for the NE women's basketball team in the conference are not reflective of expected improvement for Williams and her coaching staff in their 4 years!! Improvement in the team has not been seen with continued missed layups, high turnovers at times, lack of inside and 3 point defense, and poor offensive rebounding!! After this year, Williams has 3 years on her contract. Her recruiting efforts have been weak in getting any D-1 candidates from either Lincoln or Omaha. She does not deserve a raise and her contract should not be extended. Likely some or all of her staff including her could be rationalized to be dismissed for continued underachieving coaching and recruitment of better players to be successful in the Big Ten. PS: NE women have lost 4 out of 5 of their first round Big Ten Tournament games. This year they lost to Michigan 75-81 after leading at the half 42-31. NE shot 50.9% but had fewer shots than MI. NE had 16 turnovers versus 13 for MI. MI had 11 steals versus 7 for NE. NE had 9 offensive rebounds versus 19 for MI. Whitish had 0 points on only 3 shots.
  5. >Nebraska Women's Conference Basketball Stats-Comparing Assists and Turnovers this year so far for 16 games versus the 18 game conference season last year 2019-2020 16 games so far 16 games 2019-2020 so far 2018-2019 18 games-Season Player GP Points Rebounds STL BLK AST AST/G TO AST AST/G TO AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG TO/GM GP TO/GM Whitish, Hannah 16 9.7 3 44 47 2.9 12 3 49 3.1 33 2.06 Whitish 18 77 4.28 50 2.78 Veerbeek, Ashtyn 16 6.1 12 42 54 3.4 10 5 11 0.7 17 1.06 Veerbeek 18 14 0.78 28 1.56 Mitchell, Grace 10 0 1 2 3 0.3 1 2 0 0 2 Mitchell 14 0 3 0.21 Mershon, Kayla 16 1 18 23 41 2.6 3 2 8 0.5 4 Mershon 18 18 1 10 0.56 Hudson, Kristian 8 0.4 1 2 3 0.4 1 0 2 0.3 3 Helms, Makenzie 6 1 0 2 2 0.3 1 0 6 1 4 Haiby, Sam 16 10.3 15 61 76 4.8 26 4 57 3.6 40 2.50 Haiby 18 44 2.44 31 1.72 Eliely, Nicea 16 8.5 23 34 57 3.6 14 6 36 2.3 29 1.81 Eliely 18 34 1.89 43 2.39 Cain, Kate 16 9.2 22 117 139 8.7 12 62 9 0.6 23 1.44 Cain 18 23 1.28 27 1.50 Brown, Leigha 16 12.8 10 45 55 3.4 8 2 32 2 33 2.06 Brown 18 29 1.61 19 1.06 Brady, Trinity 16 1.6 3 11 14 0.9 3 0 3 0.2 5 Bourne, Isabelle 16 6.8 20 50 70 4.4 10 18 7 0.4 31 1.94 220 13.75 241 15.06 Totals 264 14.67 264 14.67 231 OPP 192 Opp 241 289 OP-TO/GM 12 OP-TO/GM 16.06 Some people have expressed concerns over turnovers this year, which are up slightly at 15.06 a game average for 16 games thus far versus 14.67 average for 18 games last year. The main 2 seniors show the following: Whitish on average is down from 2.78 a game on average last year to 2.06 on average for 16 games this year. Eliely is down from 2.39 last year to 1.81 a game so far this year. Cain is about the same at 1.5 last year versus 1.44 this year. Both Brown and Haiby are higher this year with Haiby at 2.5 a game versus 1.72 last year and Brown at 2.06 versus 1.06 last year. Verbeek and Mershon are lower. Bourne for this year has 1.94 turnovers a game on average. A big factor is opponents turnovers went from 16.06 per game last year to only 12 a games this year, apparently reflecting some lower defensive ability for NE. Assists per game on average are lower for Whitish; Verbeek; Mershon and Cain, while Haiby, Eliely and Brown are slightly higher. Teamwise, assists are down on average nearly 1 a game to 13.75.
  6. Nebraska Women's Basketball Top 3 scorers and minutes played each game since 2011 Big Ten Averages except did not find Big Ten Only information for 2012-2016 Highest Score Minutes '2nd Highest Score Minutes '3rd Highest Score Minutes Aggregate top Season Score Ave Ave played scorer Ave played scorer Ave played 3 scorers total 2011-2012 Hooper, J 18.1 33.0 Moore, L 14.8 34.2 Cady, E 12.3 31.8 B Ten only gms 45.2 2012-2013 Hooper, J 17.9 30.2 Moore, L 15.1 34.4 Cady, E 9.1 30.8 All games 42.1 2013-2014 Hooper, J 20.4 33.18 Theriot, R 14.1 36.5 Cady, E 12.7 34.1 All games 47.2 2014-2015 Theriot, R 16.5 21 gms 37.5 Laudermill, T 7.0 32.2 Cady, E 12.7 32.9 All games 36.2 2015-2016 Shepard, J 18.5 28.5 Romeo, N 16.0 35.1 Theriot, R 10.6-25gms 25.0 All games 45.1 2016-2017 Shepard, J 19.1 32.6 Whitish, H 11.1 30.4 Havers, A 7.2 16.3 B Ten only gms 37.4 2017-2018 Whitish, H 12.3 31.8 Simon, M 10.9 25.5 Cain, K 9.7 27.0 B Ten only gms 32.9 2018-2019 Whitish, H 11.3 31.3 Brown, L 10.2 31.3 Haiby, S 9.3 20.2 B Ten only gms 30.8 Thus far In Process thru 2-18; 3 games left 0 2019-2020 Brown, l 13.1 27.1 Whitish, H 10.2 30.6 Haiby, S 10.1 26.5 B Ten only gms 33.4 Excepting Shepard's scoring average in 2016-2017, for the William's years all top 3 scorers averages are mostly lower than in the Yori years. This more highly exhibited by the right hand column showing the Yori years mostly in the 40's for the aggregate of the top 3 scorers versus in the 30's for the Williams years. Likely the lack of dominant scorers is a negative at end of quarter or game end situations. It is also noted that minutes played by the top scorers is generally less in the Williams era. High minutes played by Theriot back in the day may have been a factor with her injuries. So year to date in the Big Ten, Brown as the leading scorer is only playing 27.1 minutes a game on average and Haiby as the 3rd leading scorer is only playing 26.5 minutes a game.
  7. Nebraska Women's Basketball experience in the Big Ten since first season 2011-2012 NOTE: Tried to focus on Big Ten Experience only from NE Women's Stat pages but did not find Big Ten Only information for 2012-2016 Season Big Ten Post Added Added Defensive Field Goal Ave O Reb D reb Season Record Big Ten Finish Coach Season Maryland-2014 Rutgers-2014 Offensive Ave Ave Ave % TO Ave Assists Ave Ave 2011-2012 24-9 10-6 6th Yori NCAA Big Ten 71.4 66.4 0.370 15.31 11.88 15.06 24 2012-2013 25-9 12-4 2nd Yori NCAA All games 67 59 0.403 14.2 15 13.15 27.12 2013-2014 26-7 12-4 3rd Yori NCAA All games 75.6 63.4 0.44 12.87 17 11.06 29.18 2014-2015 21-11 10-8 7th Yori NCAA Lost 2 gms Lost 1gm All games 67.1 60.9 0.407 13.7 14.8 11.28 29.75 2015-2016 18-13 9-9 Tie for 7th Yori NIT Lost 1 Lost 1&1 in Tmnt All games 72.7 68.1 0.453 15.2 15.1 10.52 28.88 2016-2017 7-22 3-13 Tie for 11TH Williams NONE Lost 1 Beat Rutgers Big Ten 63.1 80.4 0.383 16.18 15.0 11.3 23.63 2017-2018 21-11 11-5 Tie for 3rd Williams NCAA Lost 1&1 in Tnmt Beat Rutgers Big Ten 69 63.6 0.438 15.25 16.8 10.8 27.5 2018-2019 14-16 9-9 Tie for 6th Williams NONE Lost 1 Lost 1 Big Ten 69.1 69.1 0.416 14.67 14.67 9.89 24.98 Info thru 2-18; 3 games left 2019-2020 16-10 6-9 Tenth-Now Williams ??? Lost 1 Lost 1 Big Ten 67.47 68.47 0.406 15.00 13.93 10.30 29.07 This is an attempt to look at Nebraska women's basketball years in the Big Ten to see what's different now than in the past. As reflected, in the last 4 years except for 2017-18, the opponents average points have equaled or exceeded the NE offensive average in 3 out of 4 years. Hard to win that way. The turnover average has been in the 14 to 16 area in the last 4 years. More alarming is the level of assists has decreased last year and this year to date. Offensive rebounding continues to lower than historic levels but defensive rebounding has been on and off and improved thus far this year. The addition of Maryland and Rutgers in 2014. has not helped the win loss record or likely the stats. 7 in season losses to Maryland and 3 in season losses to Rutgers but 2 wins. The Big Ten in conference stats are not as kind as they would be if all games played in a season were included. My main intent was trying to find something more on why in particular for 2019-20 the NE Big Ten Record is not very good. The current shooting percentage to date for this year in the Big Ten of .406 does not help either with the missed layups and on and off 3 point shooting success.
  8. It was a good win against PSU. Field goal percentage was 0.466 with 6 for 12 shooting on 3 pointers. However, this team continues to miss too many lay up shots!!!!! Per the play by play analysis there were 2 made lay ups in the first quarter and 3 missed; no lay ups made in the second quarter and 3 missed; 1 lay up in the 3rd quarter and 2 missed; and 3 made lay ups in the 4th quarter and 6 missed. So for the game 6 lay ups were made and 14 missed for a 30% shooting percentage on lay ups!!!!! This is agonizing!!!!! This level of lay up shooting will not bode well going forward!!!! Likely a sub 0.500 conference record!
  9. Subsequent to the above stat summary, NE women now have lost two more games. Losing to Iowa 60-76 with a 32.8% field goal percentage and 8 for 30 on 3 pointers and subsequently to Indiana 53-57 with a 36.1% field goal percentage and 5 for 18 on 3 pointers. Included in the above stat table were the 33.3% field goal percentage and 8-30 3 point shooting against Ohio State in the previous game to IA and IN. Along with the other concerns, the field goal shooting percentages below 40% significantly contribute to the inability to win games. The players by now should know their best shooting spots on the floor and the offense should flow to a degree to allow players to shot from those spots. Watching games it appears that NE has limited jump shot shooters from two point area such as the free throw area. The tendency seems to be that everyone can shoot a three and at times it is caused by poor play clock management with the 30 second clock running down so someone has to huck up a three and further diminishing the field goal ave. All the missed lay ups through the year limit a better shooting percentage as well. Meanwhile, Nebraska women are 5-8 in the conference with 5 games left to include Penn State; Northwestern; Ohio State; Illinois; and Indiana. How many can NE win?? 3 or 4??? FYI last year's team was 9-9 in the Big Ten!!! Expectations are considerably lower at this point than where they were before the recent 4 game swoon!! Yikes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  10. Below are the individual and team stats summary for the Big Ten Play 11 games only through Ohio State: Conference Conference Individual Statistics # Player GP GS Minutes FG 3PT FT Scoring Rebounds PF AST AST/G TO STL BLK TOT AVG FGM FGA FG% 3PT 3PTA 3PT% FTM FTA FT% PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG 32 Brown, Leigha 11 0 293 26.6 42 114 .368 7 24 .292 44 59 .746 135 12.3 8 31 39 3.5 19 18 1.6 22 6 0 04 Haiby, Sam 11 11 301 27.4 42 108 .389 13 31 .419 28 36 .778 125 11.4 11 41 52 4.7 19 44 4.0 32 23 3 03 Whitish, Hannah 11 11 343 31.2 36 89 .404 29 70 .414 21 29 .724 122 11.1 1 34 35 3.2 16 29 2.6 23 10 2 05 Eliely, Nicea 11 11 325 29.5 39 82 .476 11 24 .458 22 30 .733 111 10.1 15 21 36 3.3 24 28 2.5 18 9 5 31 Cain, Kate 11 11 331 30.1 39 79 .494 0 0 .000 14 17 .824 92 8.4 19 80 99 9.0 31 6 0.5 17 5 37 34 Bourne, Isabelle 11 0 202 18.4 30 74 .405 5 20 .250 13 18 .722 78 7.1 15 38 53 4.8 30 5 0.5 22 8 12 13 Veerbeek, Ashtyn 11 11 248 22.5 26 65 .400 10 26 .385 11 14 .786 73 6.6 7 31 38 3.5 25 8 0.7 15 6 3 02 Brady, Trinity 11 0 89 8.1 6 23 .261 4 14 .286 3 6 .500 19 1.7 3 8 11 1.0 5 3 0.3 4 3 0 44 Mershon, Kayla 11 0 85 7.7 4 9 .444 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 10 0.9 6 12 18 1.6 12 4 0.4 4 0 0 11 Hudson, Kristian 4 0 12 3.0 1 2 .500 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 3 0.8 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.3 2 0 0 01 Helms, Makenzie 2 0 1 0.5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 14 Mitchell, Grace 5 0 20 4.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0.0 1 1 2 0.4 2 0 0.0 1 0 1 Total 11 2250 204.5 265 645 .411 81 212 .382 157 211 .744 768 69.82 116 318 434 39.5 183 146 13.3 173 70 63 Opponents 2250 204.5 288 730 .395 67 201 .333 133 192 .693 776 70.55 156 286 442 40.2 191 159 14.5 135 92 43 As reflected: Field goal team ave slightly above opponents at .411 vs .395. (Iowa field goal % is .482 and Northwestern .437 for in conference) 3 pointers at 212 vs opp 201 and.382 % vs opp .333. Free throw higher than opp and relatively good at 0.744%. Offensive average of 69.82 below opp 70.55. Offensive rebounds total of 116 vs opp of 156. Defensive rebounds better at 318 vs 286, combined ave of 39.5 vs opp of 40.2. Assists of 146 below opp of 159. Turnovers of 173 vs opp of 135. Steals of 70 vs 92. Blocks of 63 vs opp of 42. The team continues with a weaker overall shooting percentage (too many missed lay ups) (3 point % is relatively better); Scoring average below opponents so defense needs to improve. Offensive rebounding remains weak. Assists level is below opponents level. Turnovers are 38 above opponents level. Steals 222 below opponents 92 level. Blocks are 20 above opponents. Team play and coaching all need to improve!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. Below are NE stats for the game against Ohio State. In the far right column I have added how many points each player had at the end of the first half. In the 3rd quarter plus fourth quarter plus the overtime, NE only scored 25 points. Whitish and Brown each scored 6 after the half and Cain only 4!! Haiby only 2, Bourne 3, and Verbeek none! I reviewed the play by play by play information and found that from the end of the first half, the team missed 11 three pointers and only made 2! I also counted the missed jump shots which totaled 7 and the missed layups which totaled 15!!!!!! Some of those were contested or non-called fouls but non-the-less far too many missed shots!!!!!! What is also disturbing is the coaching staff's failure to call a time out to right the ship until 1:40 was left in regulation!!!!!!! With 3:48 left in the 3rd quarter, Ohio State had closed the NE lead to 55-51 but no time called by then!!! In the fourth quarter at 6:35 left, Ohio State had again closed the gap to 4 points at the 7:01 mark in the 4th quarter and subsequently to 2 points at 61-59 at 5:39. So a first time out was finally called at 1:40 in the 4th quarter with NE up 68-66!!! Nebraska was out-rebounded again 64-49; had 4 more turnovers at 18; had 9 steals to their 13; and likely only stat won was blocks 12 to 9. Other posts above mentioned looking at possible assistant changes. At some point, the head coach has to be held accountable for the less than desired performances at Michigan State, Minnesota, and this last Ohio State game!!!!! The coaches either need to get with it or get if they can not coach the players up plus recruit more quickness!!! Nebraska 74--- Ohio St 84 ## Player GS MIN FG 3PT FT ORB-DRB REB PF A TO BLK STL GM PTS PTS @half 03 Whitish, Hannah * 36 4-8 3-7 5-5 0-5 5 3 1 4 0 4 16 10 31 Cain,Kate * 34 6-8 0-0 2-2 2-11 13 3 0 6 8 0 14 10 05 Eliely, Nicea * 33 3-11 2-6 1-2 1-2 3 0 3 0 1 2 9 5 04 Haiby,Sam * 28 2-10 1-2 2-2 0-6 6 1 7 0 0 1 7 5 13 Veerbeek,Ashtyn * 18 0-5 0-1 2-2 1-4 5 3 0 3 0 0 2 2 34 Bourne, Isabelle 27 4-14 1-3 4-5 1-3 4 1 0 2 3 2 13 10 32 Brown, Leigha 28 3-11 0-2 3-6 1-4 5 3 3 2 0 0 9 3 02 Brady, Trinity 10 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-1 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 4 44 Mershon, Kayla 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 TM TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS - 225 23-69 8-23 20-26 11-38 49 15 14 18 12 9 74 49 Team Summary FG 3PT FT 1st Quarter 9-16 3-5 4-5 56.25 % 60.00 % 80.00 % 2nd Quarter 8-15 3-5 5-6 53.33 % 60.00 % 83.33 % 3rd Quarter 1-12 0-7 8-11 8.33 % 0.00 % 72.73 % 4th Quarter 3-16 1-3 2-2 18.75 % 33.33 % 100.00 % OT 1 2-10 1-3 1-2 20.00 % 33.33 % 50.00 % Total 23-69 8-23 20-26 33.3 % 34.8 % 76.9 %
  12. There are several disappointing elements to both the loss to Rutgers and Maryland which largely relate to the coaching of the team. There does not to appear to be any offensive strategy to the games other than passing the ball around until there is an open 3 point shot to be taken, sometimes just before the 30 second clock runs out.. Luckily we have been relatively good at that. One would thing after not getting Cain involved on the Rutgers game on offense, a better change to the offense would have occurred to do that. Limited screens are being used to get players a shot off. Brown is driving the lane to try to get shots plus get fouled, and Haiby needs to do more of that and likely Eiley. Williams and the other coaches should have prepared the team better against the street mugging defense of Rutgers and Maryland to help reduce turnovers. Our defense left too many open shots for Maryland which they made at a high level. Williams does not at times effectively use her time outs. In the first quarter of the Maryland game, she waited to call time out with 50 seconds left in the quarter after Maryland had gotten the score to 24 to 14! Meanwhile she had 3 timeouts left which she never used the rest of the game!!!! Some of the folks above noted some of the NE payers were tired later in the game. Why not use a timeout or two to get them a break if you are not subbing and refresh them as well as discuss strategy!!! To me, these two losses are more on the coaches than the team! One positive is the rebounding efforts in the last 2 games.
  13. Not so fast as Lee Corso says on game day, on totally praising Hannah. Hannah has done some good things over time and climbed the NE charts on those. However, last basketball year she had 128 assists but 82 turnovers, a ratio of 1.56 versus a usual basketball individual goal of 2 assists to 1 turnover. This year so far she has 40 assists to 20 turnovers or right at the goal of 2 to 1. So let's hope she maintains 2 to 1 ratio or better through this season.
  14. While the Lincoln Journal Star has an article on Ruby Porters commitment on the Husker Extra web page: https://journalstar.com/sports/huskers/womens-basketball/nebraska-women-s-basketball-gets-commit-from-international-player/article_04af7c6a-0f2a-5c62-b4a9-0ce0e1616c5a.html the paper chose to only include the following in the NE Area News on Tuesday in the paper copy and the e-edition!! Pretty weak support of the NE women's basketball program! I totally missed the below as I usually minimally look at NE Area News. BASKETBALL: Ruby Porter from Adelaide announced her commitment to play for the Huskers women's team on Twitter. She’s a 5-foot-10 guard who is one of the top college prospects in Australia. She’s played with the Australian national team, and recently was on a three-on-three team that won the championship at the under-18 Asia Cup. ... The Husker women added four television appearances to the 2019-20 season. Nebraska will play on the Big Ten Network on Dec. 31 against Michigan State. Other appearances include: Duke Dec. 4 (BTN); Minnesota Jan. 4 (BTN); Wisconsin Jan. 9 (NET); Ohio State Feb. 2 (NET).
  15. 5-star recruit Lauren Ware commits to Arizona https://www.azdesertswarm.com/basketball/2019/9/7/20854538/lauren-ware-commits-arizona-wildcats-womens-basketball-2020-recruiting-ucla-tennessee-texas
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