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Miami Hurricanes vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets – By the Numbers
2 – Assists by Miami sophomore guard Michelle Woods against Maryland.

3 – Steals by Georgia Tech junior guard Dawnn Maye against UNC.

3 – Assists by Georgia Tech junior guard Tyaunna Marshall against UNC.

4 – Number of Hurricanes that shot 100% from the free-throw line against Maryland: senior forward Morgan Stroman, senior center Shawnice Wilson, senior guard Stefanie Yderstrom and freshman guard Caprice Dennis.

6 – Rebounds grabbed by both Georgia Tech junior center Shayla Bivins and junior guard Dawnn Maye against UNC.

7 – Rebounds grabbed by Miami senior center Shawnice Wilson against Maryland.

13 – Points scored by both Miami senior guard Stefanie Yderstrom and sophomore guard Suriya McGuire against Maryland.

14 – Points scored by Miami senior forward Morgan Stroman against Maryland, which led the Canes on the night. She also led the Canes with eight rebounds.

17 – Number of points scored by Georgia Tech in the first half against UNC, going into halftime with a 41-17 deficit. The Yellow Jackets outscored UNC in the second half but lost 79-58.

20 – Points scored by Georgia Tech freshman guard Brittany Jackson against UNC.

Miami Hurricanes vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets – By the Numbers

2 – Assists by Miami sophomore guard Michelle Woods against Maryland.

3 – Steals by Georgia Tech junior guard Dawnn Maye against UNC.

3 – Assists by Georgia Tech junior guard Tyaunna Marshall against UNC.

4 – Number of Hurricanes that shot 100% from the free-throw line against Maryland: senior forward Morgan Stroman, senior center Shawnice Wilson, senior guard Stefanie Yderstrom and freshman guard Caprice Dennis.

6 – Rebounds grabbed by both Georgia Tech junior center Shayla Bivins and junior guard Dawnn Maye against UNC.

7 – Rebounds grabbed by Miami senior center Shawnice Wilson against Maryland.

13 – Points scored by both Miami senior guard Stefanie Yderstrom and sophomore guard Suriya McGuire against Maryland.

14 – Points scored by Miami senior forward Morgan Stroman against Maryland, which led the Canes on the night. She also led the Canes with eight rebounds.

17 – Number of points scored by Georgia Tech in the first half against UNC, going into halftime with a 41-17 deficit. The Yellow Jackets outscored UNC in the second half but lost 79-58.

20 – Points scored by Georgia Tech freshman guard Brittany Jackson against UNC.

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Miami to Face Georgia Tech with ACC Regular Season Title at Stake
The 12th-ranked Hurricanes control their own destiny as it pertains to claiming at least a share of the ACC regular season championship when they travel to face Georgia Tech Sunday in Atlanta at 2 p.m.With a win, Miami will at least claim a share of the regular season title. A win and a Duke loss and the ‘Canes will have the championship all to themselves. However a loss and an Florida State win over Clemson will result in a No. 3 seed in next week’s ACC Tournament.No matter the result in Sunday’s regular season finale, the 2010-11 campaign has been historic for the Hurricanes. On Thursday, Miami finished a perfect home season for just the second time in program history and matched the longest home win-streak with its 24th consecutive victory inside the BankUnited Center.
Their 25 wins on the season, matches the second-most in the program’s 39 year history and their 11 ACC wins is the most since joining the league in 2004.
A win on Sunday, would give the ‘Canes at least a share of the ACC regular season title. A Miami win, couple with a Duke loss would give UM the regular season championship and No. 1 seed in next week’s ACC Tournament.
In Thursday’s win over Florida State, junior Shenise Johnson put to rest any doubts that she should be named the ACC Player of the Year as she powered the ‘Canes with 25 points, 15 rebounds, seven assists and three blocks.
Georgia Tech has won three consecutive game over NC State, Clemson and most recently at No. 13 North Carolina on Thursday.
The Yellow Jackets are led by Alex Montgomery, who is averaging 14.1 points and 8.5 rebounds per game. Tyaunna Marshall and Sasha Goodlett score 13.3 and 9.7 points per game respectively. Metra Walthour leads the team with 118 assists on the season.
Georgia Tech averages 65.8 points and 39.7 rebounds per game as a team. It shoots 42.5 percent (719-1691) from the floor, 32.4 percent (122-376) from beyond the arc and 64.7 percent (349-539) from the free throw line. The Yellow Jackets also register 11.6 steals and 2.9 blocked shots per outing, while holding their opponents to 55.1 points per game and a shooting percentage of 37.7 (588-1559).
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Miami to Face Georgia Tech with ACC Regular Season Title at Stake

The 12th-ranked Hurricanes control their own destiny as it pertains to claiming at least a share of the ACC regular season championship when they travel to face Georgia Tech Sunday in Atlanta at 2 p.m.

With a win, Miami will at least claim a share of the regular season title. A win and a Duke loss and the ‘Canes will have the championship all to themselves. However a loss and an Florida State win over Clemson will result in a No. 3 seed in next week’s ACC Tournament.

No matter the result in Sunday’s regular season finale, the 2010-11 campaign has been historic for the Hurricanes. On Thursday, Miami finished a perfect home season for just the second time in program history and matched the longest home win-streak with its 24th consecutive victory inside the BankUnited Center.

Their 25 wins on the season, matches the second-most in the program’s 39 year history and their 11 ACC wins is the most since joining the league in 2004.

A win on Sunday, would give the ‘Canes at least a share of the ACC regular season title. A Miami win, couple with a Duke loss would give UM the regular season championship and No. 1 seed in next week’s ACC Tournament.

In Thursday’s win over Florida State, junior Shenise Johnson put to rest any doubts that she should be named the ACC Player of the Year as she powered the ‘Canes with 25 points, 15 rebounds, seven assists and three blocks.

Georgia Tech has won three consecutive game over NC State, Clemson and most recently at No. 13 North Carolina on Thursday.

The Yellow Jackets are led by Alex Montgomery, who is averaging 14.1 points and 8.5 rebounds per game. Tyaunna Marshall and Sasha Goodlett score 13.3 and 9.7 points per game respectively. Metra Walthour leads the team with 118 assists on the season.

Georgia Tech averages 65.8 points and 39.7 rebounds per game as a team. It shoots 42.5 percent (719-1691) from the floor, 32.4 percent (122-376) from beyond the arc and 64.7 percent (349-539) from the free throw line. The Yellow Jackets also register 11.6 steals and 2.9 blocked shots per outing, while holding their opponents to 55.1 points per game and a shooting percentage of 37.7 (588-1559).

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Miami Overcomes an 11-Point Deficit to Remain Unbeaten at Home

The Hurricanes struggled in the first half, but rebounded in the second and overtime to overcome an 11-point deficit against No. 25 Georgia Tech and moved to 17-0 at home this season with Sunday’s 84-74 win at the BankUnited Center. Click here for the game’s full recap.

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'Canes Host No. 25 Georgia Tech in ACC Showdown
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The Hurricanes will be facing their second ranked opponent this week when they play host to No. 25 Georgia Tech at the BankUnited Center Sunday at 3 p.m. The game will be televised on Comcast Sports South (CSS).
THE HURRICANESMiami rebounded from Monday’s loss at Florida State with it 20th consecutive home win. The Hurricanes used a late first-half surge to put away NC State 84-77 on Thursday at the BankUnited Center. The Wolfpack would get withing three in late in the second half but the ‘Canes pulled it out for their 18th win their last 19 games.
Riquna Williams scored a game-high 27 points - the 12th time she has scored 20 or more points in a game this season. Fellow junior Shenise Johnson nearly recorded a double-double as she scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Morgan Stroman also had an outstanding performance with 18 points and eight boards.
The Hurricanes enter Sunday’s showdown with Georgia Tech with a 5-1 conference record. Before this season, Miami had never even had a 2-0 ACC start since joining the league in 2004. Sunday’s winner will remain a game back of undefeated No. 3 Duke and in sole possession of the second place in the standings.
THE YELLOW JACKETSGeorgia Tech is the winner of 15 of its last 16 games, with its only loss coming at the hands of Duke on Jan. 21. It won games over No. 21 Georgia and No. 8 North Carolina during that stretch.
The Yellow Jackets are led by freshman Tyaunna Marshall who is averaging 13.9 points and 4.4 rebounds per game. Alex Montgomery and Sasha Goodlett score 13.4 and 9.0 points per game respectively. Metra Walthour leads the team with 4.0 assists per game.
Georgia Tech averages 65.7 points and 39.6 rebounds per game as a team. It shoots 43.9 percent (570-1299) from the floor, 33.5 percent (93-278) from beyond the arc and 63.8 percent (279-437) from the free throw line. The Yellow Jackets also register 11.2 steals and 2.7 blocked shots per outing, while holding their opponents to 52.9 points per game and a shooting percentage of 36.6 (453-1238).

'Canes Host No. 25 Georgia Tech in ACC Showdown

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The Hurricanes will be facing their second ranked opponent this week when they play host to No. 25 Georgia Tech at the BankUnited Center Sunday at 3 p.m. The game will be televised on Comcast Sports South (CSS).

THE HURRICANES
Miami rebounded from Monday’s loss at Florida State with it 20th consecutive home win. The Hurricanes used a late first-half surge to put away NC State 84-77 on Thursday at the BankUnited Center. The Wolfpack would get withing three in late in the second half but the ‘Canes pulled it out for their 18th win their last 19 games.

Riquna Williams scored a game-high 27 points - the 12th time she has scored 20 or more points in a game this season. Fellow junior Shenise Johnson nearly recorded a double-double as she scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Morgan Stroman also had an outstanding performance with 18 points and eight boards.

The Hurricanes enter Sunday’s showdown with Georgia Tech with a 5-1 conference record. Before this season, Miami had never even had a 2-0 ACC start since joining the league in 2004. Sunday’s winner will remain a game back of undefeated No. 3 Duke and in sole possession of the second place in the standings.

THE YELLOW JACKETS
Georgia Tech is the winner of 15 of its last 16 games, with its only loss coming at the hands of Duke on Jan. 21. It won games over No. 21 Georgia and No. 8 North Carolina during that stretch.

The Yellow Jackets are led by freshman Tyaunna Marshall who is averaging 13.9 points and 4.4 rebounds per game. Alex Montgomery and Sasha Goodlett score 13.4 and 9.0 points per game respectively. Metra Walthour leads the team with 4.0 assists per game.

Georgia Tech averages 65.7 points and 39.6 rebounds per game as a team. It shoots 43.9 percent (570-1299) from the floor, 33.5 percent (93-278) from beyond the arc and 63.8 percent (279-437) from the free throw line. The Yellow Jackets also register 11.2 steals and 2.7 blocked shots per outing, while holding their opponents to 52.9 points per game and a shooting percentage of 36.6 (453-1238).