Women's Basketballl Prepares For No. 4/5 Duke
Jan. 26, 2013
Durham, NC - ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE
BOSTON COLLEGE AT NO. 4/5 DUKE,
CAMERON INDOOR STADIUM - DURHAM, NC
SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 2013 - 1 P.M. (NESN)
The Boston College women's basketball (8-10, 2-5 ACC) team will travel to Durham, NC to face No. 4/5 Duke University (17-1, 7-0 ACC) on Sunday, Jan. 27 at 1 p.m. Fans can watch the game live on your regional sports network (NESN).
Boston College is coming off a 69-57 loss at Virginia. The Eagles are on the second-leg of their third two-game ACC road trip in the month of January. BC opened the month of January at FSU followed by a game at Hampton. BC had a two-game win streak when the Eagles defeated Clemson and Virginia Tech on the road in the middle of the month. The game at Duke completes the crazy road schedule for the Eagles in January.
This will be the second meeting between BC and Duke this season. The two teams played on Jan. 6 at Conte Forum. Duke defeated BC, 90-53.
BC VS. #4/5 DUKE
Boston College and Duke have played 12 times with the Blue Devils leading the series, 10-2.
The two teams first met in 1989. BC lost to Duke, 85-64 on the road.
BC has defeated Duke twice. The first came on Nov. 17, 1999 as the Eagles picked up a 77-70 win at Cameron. The second win came in 2009 at Conte Forum. BC defeated then-No. 6 ranked Duke, 61-57 behind 14 points from then-senior Carolyn Swords. It was the first time BC defeated Duke since joining the ACC.
Kerri Shields, who led BC in scoring vs. UVA with 15 points, notched a career-high 11 rebounds in the win over Clemson on Jan. 13. Her previous high was 10 in an overtime victory over Penn State her sophomore season. She led BC with eight vs. Wake Forest on Sunday.
Red-shirt junior Tessah Holt is 13-for-13 from the foul line in the last five games.
Junior Katie Zenevitch leads the Eagles and is third in the ACC n free throw percentage (85.7 FT%).
BC has made 125 three-pointers this season, 39 more than its opponents.