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Jan. 31, 1998

BC Hosts Villanova

GAME #20
BOSTON COLLEGE 
(12-7, 7-4 BIG EAST)
VS.
VILLANOVA 
(13-6, 7-4 BIG EAST)
DATE:  Saturday, 
January 31, 1998
GAME TIME:  1:00 p.m.
SITE:  Chestnut Hill, 
Massachusetts
ARENA (Capacity): 
Silvio O. Conte Forum (8,606)

COACHES: Cathy Inglese (Southern Connecticut '80), currently in her fifth season at Boston College, has a record of 59-69 with the Eagles. Inglese's overall coaching record is 179-143 in 12 years. She is assisted by Pam Borton, Kelly Cole, and Bill Gould. Harry Perretta (Lycoming '78) is in his 20th season at Villanova. The winningest coach in Villanova history, he is assisted by Joe Mullaney, Jr., Denise Dillon, and Cari-Lynn Piotrowski.

SERIES RECORD: Villanova leads, 20-10
Home: 5-9; Away: 5-9; Neutral: 0-1

Boston College and Villanova have played 30 games and the Wildcats have a 20-10 advantage in the series. The Wildcats have won eight of the last 11 games in the series, including a 50-49 victory over the Eagles on January 3 at Villanova. Boston College won the only game played in the series last season. The Eagles defeated the Wildcats, 60-41, on January 25, 1997. The last time that Villanova defeated Boston College at Conte Forum was on February 20, 1996 (72-63).

SERIES SCORES:
2/25/83 W   H   66-63
1/12/85 L   A   50-57
2/13/85 W   H   65-56
2/29/85 L   N   57-66
1/2/86  L   H   61-67
1/29/86 L   A   54-81
12/13/86    L   H   59-74
1/24/87 L   A   54-72
3/1/87  L   A   45-60
1/5/88  W   A   51-49
2/3/88  L   H   66-74
1/26/89 L   H   49-56
2/25/89 L   H   50-61
1/6/90  W   H   62-53
2/3/90  W   A   66-54
1/16/91 L   A   54-63
2/16/91 W   H   54-51
1/15/92 W   A   64-56
2/15/92 L   H   62-68
12/6/93 L   H   51-63
2/6/93  L   A   58-70
1/16/94 W   H   80-68
2/1/94  W   A   64-53
1/11/95 L   A   42-56
2/15/95 L   H   58-72
1/18/96 L   A   64-74
2/20/96 L   H   63-72
1/25/97 W   A   60-41
1/3/98  L   A   49-50

SCOUTING VILLANOVA: The Wildcats are currently 13-6 overall and have a 7-4 record in the BIG EAST Conference. Three players are averaging double figures in scoring, led by senior guard Jenn Beisel's 13.4 points per game. Senior Jenny Higgins is averaging 13.3 points per game and sophomore forward Jenea Skeeters is third in scoring with an average of 10.8. Beisel is leading Villanova in rebounding with an average of 5.1 per game. The Wildcats defeated Notre Dame, 70-54, this past Wednesday night.

LAST MEETING: Villanova senior Jenny Higgins pumped in five three-pointers to lead the Wildcats to a 50-49 victory over Boston College on January 3. The loss at Villanova was the first for Boston College in BIG EAST Conference play, and the Eagles were held below their 74.9 scoring average.

With the score tied, 47-47, with 1:17 remaining in the game, Higgins hit a three-pointer to give Villanova a 50-47 lead. Jenn Beisel missed the front end of a one-and-one, and the Eagles pulled to within one point when junior Allison Booth scored a layup with 19.9 seconds left on the clock. Boston College could not capitalize when Villanova missed the first shots on two more one-and-one situations in the closing seconds.

Higgins finished with a game-high 21 points and Beisel added 10 points for Villanova. Booth led Boston College with her first double-double of the season, scoring 13 points and pulling down a career-high 14 rebounds.

January 3, 1998
BOSTON COLLEGE 49
NAME        FG   3FG  FT   R   PF  TP   A   MIN
K. Beezer   3-8  0-0  0-1  7   2    6   3   37
P. Bacso    2-7  0-0  0-0  8   1    4   0   30
W. Steele   3-9  0-0  0-0  1   0    6   1   25
C. Bouchard 4-10 1-3  3-4  3   4   12   3   28
A. McGuire  1-3  0-1  2-2  1   3    4   3   30
A. Murphy   1-2  0-1  0-0  3   0    2   1   16
A. Booth    4-9  0-2  5-5 14   2   13   1   25
D. O'Banion 1-2  0-0  0-0  1   1    2   0    9
TOTALS     19-50 1-7 10-12 40  13  49  12  200
VILLANOVA 50
NAME        FG    3FG   FT    R   PF  TP   A   MIN
J. Beisel   3-6   0-0   4-7   6   1   10   0   33
J. Skeeters 3-10  0-3   0-3   0   2    6   0   27
J. Sliwa    2-10  1-6   0-0   5   1    5   2   35
S. Lee      2-5   0-0   0-0   5   0    4   9   31
J. Higgins  8-14  5-10  0-1   4   3   21   0   33
M. Stewart  0-4   0-1   0-0   3   2    0   1    8
M. Riley    1-2   0-0   0-0   6   1    2   2   17
S. Ferretti 1-3   0-0   0-0   1   3    2   0   10
M. Snell    0-1   0-1   0-0   0   0    0   0    6
TOTALS      20-55 6-21  4-11 33  13   50  14  200
Halftime Score - BC 23, VU 23; 
Team Rebounds - VU 3, BC 2; 
Turnovers - VU 7, BC 14; 
Technicals - None; 
Attendance - 512; 
Game Officials - Bill Titus, Tom Danaher, Wesley Dean.
Boston College vs. Villanova
                        Boston College  Villanova
Points Per Game             72.7            60.7    
Opponents Points Per Game   64.6            56.0
Field Goals                 45.7 (495-1082) 40.8 (417-1022)
Opponents Field Goals       40.4 (452-1118) 40.7 (407-1001)
Free Throws                 73.7 (311-422)  64.8 (182-281)
Opponents Free Throws       66.1 (250-378)  66.7 (208-312)
3-Pt. Field Goals           40.9 (81-198)   36.7 (138-376)
Opp. 3-Pt. Field Goals      32.5 (74-228)   26.3 (42-160)
Rebounds                    36.8            30.3
Opponents Rebounds          35.7            38.3
Assists                     14.3            16.8
Opponents Assists           11.5            10.0
Turnovers                   15.8            13.6
Opponents Turnovers         16.7            17.6
Blocks                      1.9              1.4
Opponents Blocks            1.0              2.2
Steals                      5.7              8.4
Opponents Steals            8.2              6.3
PROBABLE BOSTON COLLEGE STARTERS
F   #23 Kim Beezer  (5-8, Sr., 5.1 ppg, 4.9 rpg)
F   #44 Paula Bacso (6-1, Jr., 8.3 ppg, 5.1 rpg)
C   #32 Whitney Steele (6-4, Jr., 14.9 ppg, 5.7 rpg)
G   #5  Cal Bouchard (5-7, So., 16.8 ppg, 2.8 rpg)
G   #24 Aimee McGuire (5-8, Sr., 6.2 ppg, 2.1 rpg)
EAGLES OFF THE BENCH
G  #12  Alissa Murphy (5-10, So., 8.8 ppg, 4.3 rpg) 
C  #33  Allison Booth (6-4, Jr., 6.7 ppg, 3.8 rpg)
C  #20  Jamie Cournoyer (6-3, Fr., 3.3 ppg, 2.2 rpg)
G  #4   Danielle O'Banion (5-7, Fr., 3.3 ppg, 0.9 rpg)

LAST GAME: Boston College lost its second consecutive game on Wednesday night, as Syracuse defeated the Eagles, 64-56. The loss dropped the Eagles record to 12-7 and 7-4 in the BIG EAST Conference.

Boston College shot only 28.6 percent (8-28) from the field in the first half and trailed Syracuse, 25-24, at halftime. The Eagles opened the second half with a 7-0 run and led the Orangewomen, 31-25, with 17:13 left in the game. Syracuse bounced back with a 12-4 run and regained the lead for good with 9:52 remaining in regulation.

Jakia Ervin led Syracuse with 13 points and eight rebounds and Raquel Nurse added 12 points and seven rebounds. The Eagles shot only 33.9 percent and were outrebounded 46-38. Three Boston College players scored in double figures, led by Cal Bouchard's 18 points. Alissa Murphy netted 17 points and grabbed six rebounds and Whitney Steele added 10 points and seven rebounds for the Eagles.

HOME SWEET HOME: The Eagles are currently undefeated in BIG EAST games at Conte Forum this season. Boston College has a 5-0 league record at home after defeating West Virginia (64-45), Providence (94-73), Rutgers (74-65), Notre Dame (78-76), and Pittsburgh (75-64). The Eagles are 7-1 overall in Conte Forum this season. Holy Cross defeated Boston College, 80-68, on December 9, to give the Eagles their only loss at home.

ROAD WOES: The Eagles have struggled on the road this season and have not won away from Conte Forum since December 31. Boston College has a 2-5 record in road games, and a 2-4 mark in BIG EAST away contests. The last time that the Eagles won on the road was a 74-54 victory at St. John's on December 31. Last season, Boston College finished with a 9-3 record in away contests, including a 7-2 mark in league road games.

LEADING THE NATION: Boston College entered the week leading the nation in three-point field goal percentage (.426). The Eagles had connected on 78-of-183 three-point field goal attempts, including a season-high 72.7 percent (8-11) in the victory over Rutgers on January 14.

Following the Syracuse loss, the Eagles are currently shooting 40.9 percent (81-198) from three-point range. The backcourt duo of Cal Bouchard and Aimee McGuire are the top two three-point threats for Boston College. McGuire is shooting 44.9 percent (22-49) and Bouchard is shooting 41.4 percent (36-87). Freshman Danielle O'Banion has played in 12 games and has shot 60.0 percent (6-10) from three-point range.

EAGLE CAPTAIN: Senior Aimee McGuire will serve as the captain for the Boston College women's basketball team during the 1997-98 campaign. McGuire was a co-captain with Holly Porter last season.

BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Cal Bouchard was named BIG EAST Conference Player of the Week on January 19, after leading the Eagles to victories over Rutgers and Notre Dame. Bouchard averaged 23.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 4.0 assists, in the two conference games. In the 74-65 win over Rutgers on January 14, the sophomore guard netted 28 points, including six three-pointers, and led the team with six rebounds. She led the Eagles to a 78-76 victory over Notre Dame on January 17, scoring a driving layup with five seconds remaining in the game. Bouchard finished the game with 19 points and six assists. In two games, she shot 61.5 percent (16-26) from the field.

OFFENSE: The Eagles are averaging 72.7 points per game, and two players are averaging double figures in scoring. Boston College opponents are averaging 64.6 points per game. Sophomore guard Cal Bouchard leads the team in scoring with 16.8 points per game. Junior center Whitney Steele is second on the team in scoring with an average of 14.9 points per game. Both players are among the top 10 (Bouchard-5th; Steele- 8th) in BIG EAST scoring.

DOUBLE FIGURES: Boston College has had at least five players score in double figures in five games this season. The Eagles have won four of those games. In the season opener against Marist, six Eagles scored in double figures in the 104-60 victory. Six players also scored in double figures in the 85-79 loss at Miami on January 10. Five Eagles registered double digits in scoring in games against Notre Dame (January 17), Providence (January 8), and St. John's (December 31).

FIRST IN THE BIG EAST: The Eagles are first in the BIG EAST Conference in free throw percentage. Boston College is currently shooting 73.7 percent from the line, connecting on 311-of-422 free throw attempts. The Eagles shot a season-high 88.9 percent at Miami on January 10, connecting on 16-of-18 free throw attempts. Sophomore guards Alissa Murphy and Cal Bouchard are among the BIG EAST leaders in free throw percentage. Murphy is shooting 80.3 percent, connecting on 49-of-61 attempts, and Bouchard has connected on 77.2 percent (71-92) from the line.

HEAD COACH CATHY INGLESE: Head coach Cathy Inglese is currently in her fifth season at the helm of the Boston College women's basketball program. Inglese arrived at Boston College in 1993 after serving as the head coach at the University of Vermont for seven seasons. In five seasons she has registered a record of 59-69, and has a career record of 179-143. During her stint at Vermont, she became the winningest college basketball coach in the nation over the 1991-92 and 1992-93 seasons. Inglese's teams were undefeated in regular-season play in both 1991-92 (29-0) and 1992-93 (28-0), and became the only Division I men's or women's team to have back-to-back perfect records. She earned District I Coach of the Year and North Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year honors in 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93, and was a National Coach of the Year finalist all three years. A 1980 magna cum laude graduate of Southern Connecticut State College, Inglese was inducted into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame.

Inglese's Record
Boston College Record (5 Years)              59-69
Career Record (12 Years)                    179-143
BIG EAST Regular Season Record (4 Years)     39-44
BIG EAST Tournament Record (4 Years)          1-4
BIG EAST Overall Record (4 Years)            40-48
NCAA Record (2 appearances)                   0-2

TIED BEST START: The Eagles' 5-1 record in their first six games tied the best start in school history. A loss to Holy Cross on December 9 ended the Eagles' bid to register the best start in school history. Boston College had started the season with a 5-1 record three other times (1995-96, 1984-85, and 1975-76). The last time that the Eagles opened with a 5-1 record was the 1995-96 season, but the team finished with a 10-17 overall record.

OVERTIME: Boston College's 79-70 loss to Alabama on December 28 marked the first overtime game of the season for the Eagles. Prior to that loss, the last time that the Eagles played an overtime game was on December 29, 1995, when George Washington defeated Boston College, 70-67, at the Nationwide Lady Gator Classic in Gainesville, Florida. Boston College has an all-time record of 4-4 in overtime games.

EAGLES ON CAREER CHARTS: Aimee McGuire and Cal Bouchard are both ranked among the top 10 on the Boston College career charts in three-point field goals made and three-point field goals attempted. Bouchard is currently fifth (77) and McGuire is seventh (75) in three-point field goals made. In career three-point field goals attempted, McGuire is fifth (202) and Bouchard is sixth (201).

DOUBLE-DOUBLES: Juniors Paula Bacso, Allison Booth, and Whitney Steele have each registered double-doubles this season. Bacso turned in the top performance of her collegiate career at Georgetown on December 2, scoring a career-high 18 points and pulling down a career-high 11 rebounds in the Eagles' victory. Booth registered her first double-double of the season at Villanova on January 3, netting 13 points and grabbing a career-high 14 rebounds. Steele scored 22 points and pulled down 11 rebounds in the win over Hartford on December 11.

VS. RANKED OPPONENTS: This season the Eagles are 1-1 against teams ranked in the Top 25. On November 23, the Eagles defeated No. 25 Texas, 82-68, at the Reebok Classic. Boston College lost to No. 2 Connecticut, 86-53, at the Hartford Civic Center on January 25. The win marked only the second time in Boston College history that the Eagles had defeated a ranked team. On January 4, 1995, the Eagles defeated No. 20 Seton Hall, 53-49.

FRONTCOURT: Juniors Paula Bacso and Whitney Steele, and senior Kim Beezer have been a tough frontcourt combination for opponents this season. Bacso is averaging 8.3 points and 5.1 rebounds. The junior forward scored a career-high 18 points and pulled down a career-high 11 rebounds in the victory at Georgetown on December 2. Steele has developed into a major force at center and is currently second on the team in scoring with an average of 14.9 points per game. The 6-4 center has led the team in scoring in seven games, and has scored in double figures 17 times this season. Steele has led the team in rebounding in eight games. Beezer has played a key role for the Eagles this season, providing a spark with her intense style of play. A starter in all 19 games, Beezer is averaging 5.1 points per game. Although she is only 5-8, Beezer is third on the team in rebounding with an average of 4.9 per game.

BACKCOURT: The backcourt tandem of Cal Bouchard and Aimee McGuire has started all 19 games for Boston College this season. Bouchard is currently leading the team in scoring with an average of 16.8 points per game. The sophomore guard has scored in double figures in 16 games, and was named to the Comfort Inn Downtown Classic and Corestates Hawk Classic All-Tournament Teams. McGuire is averaging 6.2 points and 2.1 rebounds and has connected on 44.9 percent (22-49) of her three-point field goal attempts. The senior captain netted a season-high 16 points in the victory over Providence on January 8.

OFF THE BENCH: Four players off the bench have played major roles in the Eagles success this season. Alissa Murphy started 27 games as a freshman a year ago, but this season she plays a key role in the backcourt coming off the bench. The sophomore guard is currently third on the team in scoring with an average of 8.8 points per game. Murphy netted a career-high 18 points and pulled down a season-high nine rebounds against Providence on January 8.

Junior Allison Booth is averaging 6.7 points and 3.8 rebounds in 18 games. After missing the game against Rutgers on January 14 with an ankle injury suffered at Miami, the 6-4 center returned to action against Notre Dame and scored 14 points. She is averaging 16.4 minutes per game. Booth registered a double-double at Villanova on January 3, scoring 13 points and grabbing a career-high 14 rebounds. Freshman Jamie Cournoyer has played in 17 games and is averaging 3.3 points and 2.2 rebounds. The 6-3 center netted 12 points and grabbed six rebounds in 17 minutes of play against Towson on November 28. Danielle O'Banion has played in 12 games and is averaging 3.3 points per game. The freshman guard scored a season-high 11 points in the victory at St. John's on December 31.

BIG EAST CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Cal Bouchard was named BIG EAST Conference Co-Player of the Week on November 24, after averaging 21.5 points in Boston College's two wins over Marist and Texas. In the 104-60 win over Marist on November 20, the sophomore guard netted 11 points (4-5 FG, 1-2 3-pt., 2-2 FT), pulled down four rebounds, and dished out a career-high eight assists. She led the Eagles to a 82-68 victory over No. 25 Texas at the Reebok Classic on November 23, scoring a career-high 32 points (9-17 FG, 2-6 3-pt., 12-14 FT), and added four assists, three rebounds, and two steals.

TOURNAMENT HONORS: Boston College participated in two tournaments during the season and Cal Bouchard and Whitney Steele both earned all-tournament honors. Both players were named to the Comfort Inn Downtown Classic All-Tournament team. Bouchard scored 27 points and handed out seven assists in the loss to Georgia Tech in the championship game. The sophomore guard registered 11 points in the win over Towson. Steele led the Eagles in scoring against Towson with 24 points, connecting on 11 of 16 attempts from the field. The junior center scored 20 points and grabbed six rebounds in the 81-79 loss to Georgia Tech.

Bouchard earned Corestates Hawk Classic All-Tournament honors after scoring 31 points and recording nine assists and five steals in two games. The sophomore guard led Boston College in scoring against Alabama, netting 20 points, including three three-point field goals, in the overtime loss. Bouchard scored 11 points and added five assists and three steals in the consolation game against Yale.

REEBOK CLASSIC: Boston College and Arkansas were the two winners in the annual Reebok Classic held at the FleetCenter in Boston on November 23. The Eagles have participated in the Classic all three years, but the 82-68 win over Texas was the first victory for Boston College at the event. Arkansas defeated No.11 Iowa, 83-57, in the opening game of the Reebok Classic. In last year's Classic, Boston College lost to Connecticut, 76-38, and Vanderbilt defeated Louisville, 63-60. The crowd of 9,337 attending the two games was the largest ever to watch a women's basketball game in Massachusetts. Last year's attendance figure broke the record set in the inaugural Reebok Classic, when 8,307 fans attended the two games. The first year of the Reebok Classic, Vanderbilt defeated UCLA, 70-64, and Ohio State defeated Boston College, 62-40.

100 POINTS: When Boston College scored 104 points on November 20 in the victory over Marist, it marked only the third time in school history that the women's basketball team scored over 100 points in a single game. The other two times were during the 1990-91 season when the Eagles defeated New Hampshire, 104-76, on December 12, 1990, and St. John's, 101-75, on February 6, 1991.

EXPLOSIVE EAGLES: The 104-point performance in the season opener tied the most points ever by a Boston College women's basketball team in a single game. The only other time that the Eagles scored 104 points was on December 12, 1990 when Boston College defeated New Hampshire, 104-76.

THIRD IN BIG EAST POLL: The Boston College women's basketball team was selected to finish third in the BIG EAST 6 division in a preseason poll of the league's head coaches. The University of Connecticut and Rutgers University were selected to win their respective divisions. In the BIG EAST 6, Notre Dame was predicted to finish second, followed by the Eagles.

1997-98 BIG EAST Coaches' Preseason Poll
    BE 7            BE 6
    1.  Rutgers     1.  Connecticut
    2.  Georgetown  2.  Notre Dame
    3.  Miami       3. Boston College
    4.  Providence  4.  West Virginia
    5.  Seton Hall  5.  Villanova
    6.  Syracuse    6.  St. John's
    7.  Pittsburgh 

PRE-SEASON HONORS: Cal Bouchard was named to the preseason All-BIG EAST Second Team by a vote of the league's head coaches. A unanimous selection to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team a year ago, the native of Aurora, Ontario, earned league Rookie of the Week honors three times during the 1996-97 season.

1997-98 Preseason All-BIG EAST First Team
Name            Cl. Pos.    Ht. Team    
Octavia Blue    Sr. F       6-1 Miami   
Kerri Chatten   Sr. F       6-1 Providence  
Talisha Hargis  Sr. G       5-8 West Virginia
Kym Hope        Jr. F/C     6-2 Miami   
Nykesha Sales   Sr. G/F     6-0 Connecticut 
1997-98 Preseason All-BIG EAST Second Team
 
Name                Cl. Pos.    Ht.     Team        
Cal Bouchard        So. G       5-7     BC
Usha Gilmore        So. G/F     6-0     Rutgers 
Paige Sauer         So. C/F     6-5     Connecticut 
Maria Tchobanova    Jr. F       6-1     West Virginia
Rita Williams       Sr. G       5-7     Connecticut 
Tomora Young        Jr. G       5-10    Rutgers

NEW FACES: Head coach Cathy Inglese has three new assistant coaches for the 1997-98 season, Pam Borton, Kelly Cole, and Bill Gould. Borton joined the Boston College women's basketball staff after serving as the head coach at the University of Vermont for four years. She led the Catamounts to a 69-46 record and a North Atlantic Conference Championship. Cole comes to Boston College from Northwestern University, where she served as an assistant coach for two seasons. Gould was an assistant coach at Stonehill College for three years before becoming a member of Inglese's staff.

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES: Cal Bouchard and Aimee McGuire gained international playing experience this past summer. Bouchard competed internationally as a member of the Canadian National Team. McGuire represented Boston College on the 1997 BIG EAST/Nike All-Star Team that toured Denmark and Sweden (June 1-11).

ACTIVE CAREER SCORING LIST
Paula Bacso- 393 Points
Kim Beezer- 560 Points
Allison Booth- 286 Points
Cal Bouchard- 656 Points
Jamie Cournoyer- 56 Points
Aimee McGuire- 449 Points
Alissa Murphy- 317  Points
Danielle O'Banion- 39 Points
Whitney Steele- 556 Points
ACTIVE CAREER REBOUNDING LIST
Paula Bacso-  269 Rebounds
Kim Beezer- 558 Rebounds
Allison Booth- 165 Rebounds
Cal Bouchard- 124 Rebounds
Jamie Cournoyer- 37 Rebounds
Aimee McGuire- 158 Rebounds
Alissa Murphy- 191 Rebounds
Danielle O'Banion- 11 Rebounds
Whitney Steele- 246 Rebounds
Women's Basketball Schedule/Results (12-7, 7-4 BIG EAST)
 
 NOVEMBER
20  MARIST  W- 104-60
23  No. 25 TEXAS!   W- 82-68
28  Towson$     W- 82-53
29  Georgia Tech$   L- 79-81
DECEMBER
2   at Georgetown*  W- 70-60
6   WEST VIRGINIA*  W- 64-45
9   HOLY CROSS  L- 68-80
11  HARTFORD    W- 73-47
28  Alabama#    L- 70-79 OT 
29  Yale#   W- 58-38
31  at St. John's*  W- 74-54
JANUARY
3   at Villanova*   L- 49-50
8   PROVIDENCE* W- 94-73
10  at Miami*   L- 79-85
14  RUTGERS*    W- 74-65
17  NOTRE DAME* (BIG EAST TV)   W- 78-76
21  PITTSBURGH* W- 75-64
25  at Connecticut* W- 53-86
28  at Syracuse*    L- 56-64
31  VILLANOVA*  1:00 p.m.
FEBRUARY
4   at Providence*  7:00 p.m.
7   GEORGETOWN* 1:00 p.m.
11  SETON HALL* 7:00 p.m.
18  at West Virginia*   7:00 p.m.
21  at Rutgers* (BIG EAST TV)   2:00 p.m.
24  ST. JOHN'S* 7:00 p.m.
28-Mar. 3   BIG EAST Tournament  (at Piscataway, NJ)
Home Games In Bold
*BIG EAST Games
!Reebok Classic (at FleetCenter, Boston, MA)
$Comfort Inn Downtown Classic (Atlanta, GA)
# Corestates Hawk Classic (Philadelphia, PA)
BIG EAST CONFERENCE STANDINGS
BIG EAST                    OVERALL
BE 6            W-L Pct.    H   A   N   W-L  Pct.    H   A   N
Connecticut    10-0 1.000   5-0 5-0 0-0 20-1 .952   12-0 7-1 1-0
Notre Dame      7-4 .636    3-1 4-3 0-0 13-6 .684    7-1 6-5 0-0
Villanova       7-4 .636    5-1 2-3 0-0 13-6 .684    7-1 3-4 3-1
Boston College  7-4 .636    5-0 2-4 0-0 12-7 .632    7-1 2-5 3-1
West Virginia   5-6 .455    4-1 1-5 0-0 9-9  .500    6-2 3-7 0-0
St. John's      3-8 .273    2-3 1-5 0-0 5-14 .263    3-6 1-5 1-3

BIG EAST                    OVERALL
BE 7            W-L Pct.    H   A   N   W-L  Pct.    H   A   N
Rutgers         8-3 .727    6-0 2-3 0-0 12-7 .632    9-1 2-6 1-0
Miami           6-4 .600    5-0 1-4 0-0 11-7 .611    8-1 2-6 1-0
Syracuse        6-5 .545    5-2 1-3 0-0 11-8 .579    6-3 3-5 2-0
Providence      4-6 .400    3-2 1-4 0-0 8-10 .444    5-3 2-6 1-1
Seton Hall      3-7 .300    2-4 1-3 0-0 5-13 .278    2-6 2-5 1-2
Georgetown      2-8 .200    1-4 1-4 0-0 5-13 .278    4-6 1-7 0-0
Pittsburgh      1-10.091    1-4 0-6 0-0 4-14 .222    3-6 0-8 1-0
BOSTON COLLEGE ROSTER
    00  Aisha BAIN
    4   Danielle O'BANION
    5   Cal BOUCHARD
    12  Alissa MURPHY
    15  Jill MIGLIERO
    20  Jamie COURNOYER
    22  Tish FEW
    23  Kim BEEZER
    24  Aimee MCGUIRE
    32  Whitney STEELE
    33  Allison BOOTH
    35  Shawna RAINER
    44  Paula BACSO

1997-98 Awards/Honors

Cal Bouchard
Pre-Season All-BIG EAST Second Team
BIG EAST Co-Player of the Week (Nov. 24)
BIG EAST Player of the Week (Jan. 19)
Comfort Inn Downtown Classic All-Tournament Team
Corestates Hawk Classic All-Tournament Team
Whitney Steele
Comfort Inn Downtown Classic All-Tournament Team
Boston College Career Records
3-PT Field Goals Made
1.  133 Ann Odoy (1984-88)
2.  103 Sarah Behn (1989-93)
3.  100 Kerry Curran (1990-94)
4.  99  Joanie Gallagher (1991-95)
5.  77  Cal Bouchard (1996-)
6.  76  Mandy West (1995-97)
7.  75  Aimee McGuire (1994-)
8.  50  Amy LaCombe (1986-90)
    
3-PT Field Goals Attempted
1.  342 Ann Odoy (1984-88)
2.  321 Joanie Gallagher (1991-95)
3.  248 Sarah Behn (1989-93)
4.  226 Mandy West (1995-97)
5.  202 Aimee McGuire (1994-)
6.  201 Cal Bouchard (1996-)
7.  186 Kerry Curran (1990-94)
8.  138 Amy LaCombe (1986-90)

EAGLES IN THE BIG EAST STATISTICS

(Through games of January 26, 1998) 
TEAM
Scoring Offense
6th- 73.7 ppg
Scoring Defense
4th- 64.7 ppg
Scoring Margin
3rd- +9.0 (73.7 off.; 64.7 def)
Field Goal Percentage
2nd- 46.4 (475-1023)
3-Point FG Percentage
1st- 42.6 (78-183)
Free Throw Percentage
1st- 74.1 (298-402)
Field Goal Percentage Defense
5th- 40.5 (430-1061)
3-Point FG Percentage Defense
4th- 32.3 (72-223)
Rebounding Offense
10th- 36.7 rpg
Rebounding Defense
2nd- 35.2 rpg
Rebounding Margin
5th- +1.6 (BC Avg.- 36.7; Opp. Avg.- 35.2)
Assist/Turnover Ratio
2nd- 0.91 (Asst. Avg. 14.3; TO Avg. 15.7)
INDIVIDUAL
Scoring
5th- Cal Bouchard (16.7 ppg)
8th- Whitney Steele (15.2 ppg)
Field Goal Pct.
5th- Whitney Steele- 50.4 (116-230)
7th- Cal Bouchard- 49.3 (102-207) 
Free Throw Pct.
3rd- Alissa Murphy- 80.7 (46-57)
7th- Cal Bouchard - 78.5 (62-79)
 
3-Pt. Field Goal Pct.
2nd- Cal Bouchard- 43.2 (35-81)
3-Pt. Field Goals Made
5th- Cal Bouchard- 1.94
Blocked Shots
T-8th- Whitney Steele (1.00 per game)

INDIVIDUAL HIGHLIGHTS

Led Team In Scoring
Paula Bacso (1 game)
Allison Booth (1 game)
Cal Bouchard (10 games)
Alissa Murphy (1 tie for the lead)
Whitney Steele (7 games, 1 tie for the lead)
Led Team In Rebounding
Paula Bacso (6, 3 ties for the lead)
Kim Beezer (4, 2 ties for the lead)
Allison Booth (3 games)
Cal Bouchard (1 game)
Jamie Cournoyer (1 tie for the lead)
Alissa Murphy (1 game)
Whitney Steele (8, 2 ties for the lead)
Led Team In Assists
Paula Bacso (2 games, 1 tie for the lead)
Kim Beezer (3 games, 2 ties for the lead)
Cal Bouchard (11, 5 ties for the lead)
Aimee McGuire (4, 3 ties for the lead)
Alissa Murphy (4, 2 ties for the lead)
Whitney Steele (1 game)
30+ Game
Cal Bouchard (1 game)
20+ Games
Cal Bouchard (6 games)
Whitney Steele (6 games) 

RECORD OF BC STARTING LINEUPS:

Beezer, Bacso, Steele, Bouchard, McGuire 12-7

EAGLES RECORD WHEN...

Leading at the half:    12-1
Trailing at the half:   0-5
Tied at the half:   0-1
BC outrebounds opponent:    9-1
Opponent outrebounds BC:    3-6
BC FG% is 50.0 or higher:   5-2
BC FG% is below 50.0:   7-5
BC has more FT attempts than opponent:  10-2
BC has fewer FT attempts than opponent: 1-5
BC has equal FT attempts as opponent:   1-0
BC scores more than 80 points:  4-0
BC scores 70-79 points: 6-3
BC scores 60-69 points: 1-1
BC scores fewer than 60 points: 1-3
BC allows more than 80 points:  0-4
BC allows 70-79 points: 2-1
BC allows 60-69 points: 5-1
BC allows fewer than 60 points: 5-1

EAGLES BY THE NUMBERS...

Overall:    12-7    
Home Games: 7-1
Road Games: 2-5
Neutral Games:  3-1
Tournament Games:   2-2
BIG EAST Games: 7-4
BIG EAST Home Games:    5-0
BIG EAST Road Games:    2-4
BIG EAST Neutral Games: 0-0
Non BIG EAST Games: 5-3
Non BIG EAST Home Games:    2-1
Non BIG EAST Away Games:    0-1
Non BIG EAST Neutral Games: 3-1
Day Games:  4-3
Night Games:    8-4
November Games: 3-1
December Games: 5-2
January Games:  4-4
Overtime Games: 0-1
Television Games:   2-2
vs. Ranked Teams:   1-1

DOUBLE FIGURE GAMES

Scoring
Paula Bacso (6)-        (18)- Dec. 2- Georgetown
            (13)- Dec. 29- Yale
            (12)- Dec. 31- St. John's
            (12)- Jan. 17- Notre Dame
            (11)- Jan. 10- Miami
            (10)- Nov. 20- Marist 
Kim Beezer (3)-     (16)- Nov. 28- Towson
            (12)- Dec. 2- Georgetown
            (11)- Jan. 21- Pittsburgh
Allison Booth (6)-  (15)- Nov. 23- Texas
            (14)- Jan. 17- Notre Dame 
            (13)- Jan. 3- Villanova
            (13)- Jan. 8- Providence
            (11)- Nov. 20- Marist 
            (11)- Dec. 28- Alabama
Cal Bouchard (16)-  (32)- Nov. 23- Texas
            (28)- Jan. 14- Rutgers
            (27)- Nov. 29- Georgia Tech
            (23)- Jan. 8- Providence
            (23)- Jan. 10- Miami
            (20)- Dec. 28- Alabama
            (20)- Jan. 21- Pittsburgh
            (19)- Jan. 17- Notre Dame
            (18)- Jan. 28- Syracuse
            (17)- Dec. 31- St. John's 
            (14)- Dec. 6- West Virginia
            (12)- Dec. 2- Georgetown
            (12)- Jan. 3- Villanova
            (11)- Nov. 20- Marist
            (11)-Nov. 28- Towson
            (11)-Dec. 29- Yale
Jamie Cournoyer (2)-    (12)- Nov. 28- Towson   
            (11)- Jan. 10- Miami
Aimee McGuire (6)-      (16)- Jan. 8- Providence
            (11)- Dec. 31- St. John's
            (11)- Jan. 17- Notre Dame
            (10)- Nov. 20- Marist 
            (10)- Dec. 29- Yale
            (10)- Jan. 10- Miami
Alissa Murphy (9)-  (18)- Jan. 8- Providence
            (17)- Nov. 23- Texas
            (17)- Nov. 29- Georgia Tech
            (17)- Jan. 28- Syracuse 
            (15)- Dec. 9- Holy Cross
            (13)- Dec. 11- Hartford
            (12)- Nov. 20- Marist
            (12)- Jan. 25- Connecticut
            (11)- Jan. 10- Miami
Danielle O'Banion (1)-  (11)- Dec. 31- St. John's
Whitney Steele (17)-    (25)- Dec. 9- Holy Cross
            (24)- Nov. 28- Towson
            (23)- Jan. 21- Pittsburgh
            (22)- Dec. 11-Hartford
            (20)- Nov. 20- Marist
            (20)- Nov. 29- Georgia Tech
            (19)- Dec. 28- Alabama
            (15)- Dec. 29- Yale
            (14)- Dec. 2- Georgetown
            (13)- Jan. 10- Miami
            (13)- Jan. 14- Rutgers 
            (12)- Jan. 8- Providence
            (12)- Jan. 25- Connecticut
            (11)- Dec. 6- West Virginia
            (11)- Dec. 31- St. John's
            (10)- Jan. 17- Notre Dame
            (10)- Jan. 28- Syracuse
Rebounding
Paula Bacso (2)-        (11)- Dec. 2- Georgetown
            (10)- Nov. 20-Marist
Allison Booth (1)-  (14)- Jan. 3-Villanova
Whitney Steele (1)- (11)- Dec. 11- Hartford
    Assists Steals
    None    None

Production Breakdown

                        Points              Rebounds
Opponent            Starters/Reserves   Starters/Reserves
Marist (11/20)          59/45               26/16
Texas (11/23)           48/34               13/19
Towson (11/28)          56/26               14/20
Georgia Tech (11/29)    51/30               22/12
Georgetown (12/2)       58/12               32/11
W. Virginia (12/6)      44/20               26/22
Holy Cross (12/9)       44/24               28/11
Hartford (12/11)        44/29               21/10
Alabama (12/28)         57/13               21/13
Yale (12/29)            49/9                22/12
St. John's (12/31)      53/21               24/9
Villanova (1/3)         32/17               20/18
Providence (1/8)        61/33               15/17
Miami (1/10)            57/22               14/7
Rutgers (1/14)          62/12               15/6
Notre Dame (1/17)       61/17               24/7
Pittsburgh (1/21)       63/12               19/6
Connecticut (1/25)      34/19               21/6
Syracuse (1/28)         35/21               21/9
 
EAGLE UPDATES
PAULA BACSO
(Jr., F, 6-1, Farmingdale, NY, Farmingdale HS)

Second on the team in rebounding with 5.1 per game...Fourth on the team in scoring with 8.3 points per game...Has started all 19 games for the Eagles and is averaging 25.2 minutes...Led the team in rebounding in six games... Registered a double-double at Georgetown on December 2, scoring a career-high 18 points and pulling down a career-high 11 rebounds.

Bacso's Career Highs
    Points      18 vs. Georgetown (12/2/97)
    Rebounds    11 vs. Georgetown (12/2/97)
    Assists      6 vs. Syracuse (1/31/96)
                 6 vs. Alabama (12/28/97)
    Steals       2 vs. four opponents
    Blocks       2 vs. Pittsburgh (1/15/97)
Bacso's Season Highs
    Points      18 vs. Georgetown (12/2/97)
    Rebounds    11 vs. Georgetown (12/2/97)
    Assists      6 vs. Alabama (12/28/97)
    Steals       2 vs. Alabama (12/28/97)
    Blocks       1 vs. Holy Cross (12/9/97)
                 1 vs. Yale (12/29/97)
                 1 vs. Notre Dame (1/17/98)
AISHA BAIN
(So., C/F, 6-2, Trumbull, CT, Trumbull HS)

Joined the team this fall after competing on the Boston College volleyball and track teams as a freshman...Has played in five games for the Eagles this season...Scored one point in two minutes against Marist on November 20... Also played in games against Towson (Nov. 28), West Virginia (Dec. 6), Hartford (Dec. 11), and Yale (Dec. 29).

Bain's Season Highs
    Points      1 vs. Marist (11/20/97)
    Rebounds    None
    Assists     None
    Steals      None
    Blocks      None
KIM BEEZER
(Sr., G, 5-8, River Vale, NJ, Pascack Valley HS)

Averaging 5.1 points and is third on the team with 4.9 rebounds per game...Has started all 19 games and is averaging 27.0 minutes per game... Scored a season-high 16 points, connecting on eight-of-11 field goal attempts, against Towson on November 28 ...Also registered six assists in the win over Towson...Scored 12 points and pulled down eight rebounds against Georgetown on December 2.

Beezer's Career Highs
    Points     21 vs. Pittsburgh (2/11/95) 
    Rebounds   12 vs. Pittsburgh (2/11/95)
    Assists     9 vs. Providence (2/22/95)
    Steals      6 vs. G. Washington (12/29/96)
    Blocks      2 vs. Holy Cross (11/29/96)
                2 vs. Pittsburgh (1/20/06)
Beezer's Season Highs
    Points      16 vs. Towson (11/28/97)
    Rebounds     9 vs. St. John's (12/31/97)
    Assists      6 vs. Towson (11/28/97)
                 6 vs. St. John's (12/31/97)
    Steals       3 vs. Marist (11/20/97)
    Blocks       None
ALLISON BOOTH
(Jr., C, 6-4, Kennebunk, ME, Kennebunk HS)

Averaging 6.7 points and 3.8 rebounds per game...Has played in 18 games, and is averaging 16.4 minutes...Sprained her right ankle at Miami on January 10, and missed the game against Rutgers on January 14...Returned on January 17 against Notre Dame and scored 14 points...Recorded a double-double at Villanova on January 3, scoring 13 points and grabbing a career-high 14 rebounds...The teams' top rebounder in three games...Scored a season-high 15 points in the victory over Texas on November 23.

Booth's Career Highs
    Points     20 vs. West Virginia (1/19/97)  
    Rebounds   14 vs. Villanova (1/3/98)
    Assists     2 vs. four opponents
    Steals      2 vs. two opponents
    Blocks      2 vs. four opponents
Booth's Season Highs
    Points      15 vs. Texas (11/23/97)
    Rebounds    14 vs. Villanova (1/3/98)
    Assists      2 vs. West Virginia (12/6/97)
    Steals       1 vs. four opponents
    Blocks       1 vs. five opponents
CAL BOUCHARD
(So., G, 5-7, Aurora, Ontario, Aurora HS)

First on the team in scoring with an average of 16.8 points per game...Averaging 3.7 assists per game...Has started all 19 games and is averaging 36.4 minutes per game...Scored in double figures in 16 games...Earned BIG EAST Player of the Week honors twice (Nov. 24 and Jan. 19)...Earned All-Tournament honors at the Comfort Inn Downtown Classic and Corestates Hawk Classic...A Pre-Season All-BIG EAST Second-Team selection...Scored a career-high 32 points in the victory over Texas on November 23...Netted 28 points (9-10 FG, 6-7 3-pt., 4-5 FT) and grabbed a season-high six rebounds in the win over Rutgers on January 14...Hit a driving layup with five seconds remaining in regulation to give the Eagles a 78-76 win over Notre Dame on January 17...Has led the team in scoring in 10 games...Registered a career-high six three-point field goals against Rutgers on January 14.

Bouchard's Career Highs
    Points      32 vs. Texas (11/23/97) 
    3-pt. FG's   6 vs. Rutgers (1/14/98)
    Rebounds     6 vs. Weber State (12/20/96)
                 6 vs. Rutgers (1/14/98)
    Assists      8 vs. Marist (11/20/97)
    Steals       5 vs. Notre Dame (2/12/97)
    Blocks       1 vs. Weber State (12/20/96)
                 1 vs. West Virginia (1/19/97)
Bouchard's Season Highs
    Points      32 vs. Texas (11/23/97)
    3-pt. FG's   6 vs. Rutgers (1/14/98)
    Rebounds     6 vs. Rutgers (1/14/98)
    Assists      7 vs. Georgia Tech (11/29/97)
    Steals       3 vs. West Virginia (12/6/97)
                 3 vs. Yale (12/29/97)
                 3 vs. Notre Dame (1/17/98)
    Blocks       None
JAMIE COURNOYER
(Fr., C, 6-3, North Attleboro, MA, N. Attleboro HS)

Averaging 3.3 points and 2.2 rebounds per game...Has played in 17 games and is averaging 9.8 minutes...Scored 12 points against Towson on November 28...Netted 11 points at Miami on January 10 ...Pulled down a career-high seven rebounds against West Virginia on December 6.

 Cournoyer's Season Highs
    Points      12 vs. Towson (11/28/97)    
    Rebounds     7 vs. West Virginia (12/6/97)
    Assists      2 vs. Miami (1/10/98)
    Steals       1 vs. four opponents
    Blocks       1 vs. six opponents
    
TISH FEW
(So., F, 5-10, Stafford, VA, North Stafford HS)

Has played in five games, averaging 4.8 minutes...Averaging 1.0 points and 0.8 rebounds...Scored a season-high five points in the win over Marist on Nov. 20.

Few's Season Highs
    Points      5 vs. Marist (11/20/97) 
    Rebounds    2 vs. Towson (11/28/97)
    Assists     3 vs. Marist (11/20/97)
    Steals      1 vs. Marist (11/20/97)
    Blocks      None
AIMEE MCGUIRE
(Sr., G, 5-8, Ridgewood, NJ, Ridgewood HS)

The team captain...Averaging 6.2 points and 2.1 rebounds... Has started all 19 games and is averaging 30.2 minutes... Averaging 2.4 assists per game...Has connected on 44.9 percent (22-49) of her three-point field goal attempts...Netted a season-high 16 points against Providence on Jan. 8...Pulled down a season-high six rebounds at St. John's on Dec. 31.

McGuire's Career Highs
    Points      19 vs. Canisius (11/25/94)
    3-pt. FG's   4 vs. Miami (3/2/97)
    Rebounds     8 vs. Northwestern (12/11/94)
    Assists     11 vs. Loyola (Chicago) (12/9/94)
    Steals       4 vs. Fordham (12/4/94)
    Blocks       None
McGuire's Season Highs
    Points      16 vs. Providence (1/8/98)
    3-pt. FG's   3 vs. St. John's (12/31/97)
                 3 vs. Providence (1/8/98)
                 3 vs. Notre Dame (1/17/98)
    Rebounds     6 vs. St. John's (12/31/97)
    Assists      6 vs. Marist (11/20/97)
    Steals       3 vs. Alabama (12/28/97)
    Blocks       None
JILL MIGLIERO
(Fr., G, 5-6, Lynnfield, MA, Lynnfield HS)

Joined the team this fall as a walk-on...Has played in five games...A four-year letterwinner on the basketball team at Lynnfield High School...An all-league selection...Became the second girl in Lynnfield history to score 1,000 points... As a senior, she served as captain and averaged 23 points per game... An all-league selection in soccer and tennis.

Migliero's Season Highs
    Points      1 vs. Hartford (12/11/97)
    Rebounds    None
    Assists     None
    Steals      1 vs. West Virginia (12/6/97)
    Blocks      None
ALISSA MURPHY
(So., G, 5-10, San Diego, CA, Scripps Ranch HS)

Third on the team in scoring with an average of 8.8 points per game...Averaging 23.8 minutes of play in 19 games...Has scored in double figures in nine games...Pumped in a career-high 18 points and pulled down a season-high nine rebounds against Providence on January 8...Scored 17 points in three games (vs. Texas on November 23; vs. Georgia Tech on November 29; vs. Syracuse on January 28)...Netted 15 points and pulled down seven rebounds against Holy Cross on December 9.

Murphy's Career Highs
    Points      18 vs. Providence (1/8/98)
    Rebounds    10 vs. Georgetown (1/12/97)
    Assists      6 vs. Toledo (12/19/96)
    Steals       3 vs. Holy Cross (12/6/96)
                 3 vs. Seton Hall (1/9/97)
    Blocks       1 vs. seven opponents
Murphy's Season Highs
    Points      18 vs. Providence (1/8/98)
    Rebounds     9 vs. Providence (1/8/98)
    Assists      5 vs. Georgetown (12/2/97)
    Steals       2 vs. Connecticut (1/25/98)
    Blocks       1 vs. four opponents
DANIELLE O'BANION
(Fr., G, 5-7, Arlington, VA, Episcopal HS)

Has played in 12 games, averaging 7.6 minutes...Averaging 3.3 points and 0.9 rebounds...Scored a season-high 11 points in the victory at St. John's on December 31, including three three-point field goals...Netted nine points, including three 3-pt. field goals, in the loss to Holy Cross on December 9...In the win over Hartford on December 11, she scored seven points.

O'Banion's Season Highs
    Points         11 vs. St. John's (12/31/97)
    3-pt. FG's      3 vs. Holy Cross (12/9/97)
                    3 vs. St. John's (12/31/97) 
    Rebounds        3 vs. Holy Cross (12/9/97)
                    3 vs. St. John's (12/31/97)
    Assists         1 vs. Alabama (12/28/97)
                    1 vs. St. John's (12/31/97)
                    1 vs. Connecticut (1/25/98)
    Steals          2 vs. Providence (1/8/98)
    Blocks          None
SHAWNA RAINER
(Jr., F, 6-0, Spokane, WA, North Idaho College)

Has played in eight games, averaging 6.4 minutes...Averaging 2.1 points and 2.0 rebounds...Scored five points and pulled down five rebounds in seven minutes against Marist...Played 12 minutes and registered seven points and two rebounds against Towson.

Rainer's Season Highs
    Points      7 vs. Towson (11/28/97) 
    Rebounds    5 vs. Marist (11/20/97)
    Assists     2 vs. St. John's (12/31/97)
    Steals      None
    Blocks      None
WHITNEY STEELE

(Jr., C, 6-4, Harrington Park, NJ, Northern Valley-Old Tappan HS) Leads the team in rebounding (5.7 rpg) and is second in scoring (14.9 ppg)...Has started all 19 games and is averaging 30.0 minutes...Tied her career-high scoring performance with 25 points and added nine rebounds in the loss to Holy Cross on December 9...Registered a double-double against Hartford on December 11, scoring 22 points and grabbing 11 rebounds...Recorded five blocks against Marist on November 20...Has led the team in scoring in seven games... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Comfort Inn Downtown Classic... Netted 24 points in the victory over Towson on November 28...Led the Eagles in scoring, pumping in 23 points and grabbing seven rebounds against Pittsburgh on January 21.

Steele's Career Highs
    Points      25 vs. Holy Cross (12/6/96)
                25 vs. Holy Cross (12/9/96)
    Rebounds    12 vs. Dartmouth (12/29/96)
    Assists      3 vs. five opponents
    Steals       4 vs. Toledo (12/19/96)
    Blocks       5 vs. Toledo (12/19/96)
                 5 vs. Marist (11/20/97)
Steele's Season Highs
    Points      25 vs. Holy Cross (12/9/97)
    Rebounds    11 vs. Hartford (12/11/97)
    Assists      3 vs. Towson (11/28/97)
                 3 vs. West Virginia (12/6/97)
    Steals       2 vs. four opponents
    Blocks       5 vs. Marist (11/20/97)

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