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Women's Hoops Travels to Tennessee Tech for Final Road Game

Women's Hoops Travels to Tennessee Tech for Final Road Game

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COOKEVILLE, Tenn. – The Southeast Missouri women's basketball team plays its final regular season road contest of the year at Tennessee Tech Monday at 7 p.m.
The Redhawks continue to make a push for the Ohio Valley Conference tournament, where a victory over the Golden Eagles would give Southeast a critical tie-breaker in its efforts.
About Tennessee Tech
Tennessee Tech enters Monday's contest 10-16 overall and 7-6 in OVC action. The Golden Eagles are 3-3 in their last six games, gaining wins over Murray State, Tennessee State and Morehead State. Losses have come to Belmont, Jacksonville State and Eastern Kentucky.
Diamond Henderson, the Golden Eagles leading scorer, ranks third in the OVC with 19.2 points per game. Candace Parson is second on the squad with 10.0 points per game, she also leads the team with 6.0 rebounds per game.
The Golden Eagles shoot 42.4 percent from the floor, averaging 68.4 points per game. They hold a -4.9 scoring margin, allowing opponents to score 73.3 points per game. Averaging 36.8 rebounds per game, TTU holds a +0.7 rebound margin.
Last Meeting
Brittany Harriel recorded a double-double as the Redhawks fell 64-51 on Feb. 25, 2013. Tech placed four in double-figure scoring leading to the win.
Series History
Tennessee Tech has owned the series as the Redhawks are just 14-27 against the Golden Eagles, who have won the last five meetings. Prior to that, the Redhawks won six-straight from 2007-2010.
What a win will do
A win gives Southeast its first five-win conference season since winning 10 games in 2008-09.
A win gives the Redhawks four wins on the road, the most in the Ty Margenthaler era and the most since gaining four wins in the 2008-09 season.
A victory gives Southeast consecutive wins for the second time this season.
Two-Straight Top-10's
After posting 270 rebounds last season, ranking as the seventh-most in school history for a single season, Patricia Mack has done it again. She currently has 266 rebounds, looking to surpass her total from a year ago.
single-season record book again.
Keep Opponents Under 50 Points
With Southeast holding Jacksonville State to 48 points, the Redhawks improved their record to 2-0 this year when opponents score under 50 points. Likewise, in the Ty Margenthaler era, when the opponents are held to under 50 points, the Redhawks are 6-0.
There's a First
Southeast's win on Saturday over Jacksonville State was the first time this year the Redhawks won a game scoring under 60 points. Southeast scored 59 in the win.
Active OVC Leaders
Senior Patricia Mack is the active leader in the OVC with 831 career rebounds. She places ahead of Jessica Winfrey of Murray State who has corralled 790 rebounds.
Allyson Bradshaw is ranked seventh on the active 3-pointers made list in the OVC with 123. Heather Butler of UT Martin is ranked first with 356.
Chasing the Record Book
Junior Allyson Bradshaw is making her mark in the record books. The Cape Girardeau native has made 123 3-point field goals in her career, which ranks her in a tie for third all-time with Natalie Purcell. At her current pace of making 1.4 3-point field goals per game, Bradshaw should threaten to be the most prolific long-range shooter in Southeast history, chasing a total of 174 set by Julie Meier from 1991-95.
Mack is climbing the record book at Southeast as well. As of Feb. 23, the senior ranks third in school history with 831 rebounds. Gray C Harris is next in line with 872 career rebounds from1992-96.
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