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CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The Univesity of Miami women’s basketball team will look to maintain its recent success against the Boston College when it travels to Chestnut Hill to face the Eagles Sunday at 5 p.m.
The Canes have won the last three meetings bewtween the two teams, dating back to the final regular season game of the 2009-10 season.
Miami Duo Honored on Wooden List
On the Verge of Greatness
After a nationwide survey, it was found that Stanford’s Nicole Powell (2000-04) and Old Dominion’s Nancy Lieberman (1976-1980) are the only other women to accomplish the feat.
A Program First
Miami, behind 34 points from Riquna Williams, defeated the Terrapins 75-63. At the time, Maryland was the highest scoring team in the nation and were also ranked No. 1 nationally in rebound differential. The Canes held the Terps to 21 points below their season average and outrebounded them 48-40.
Shenise Dazzles in Scoring 2,000 points
Johnson would finish the contest with a game-best 24 points, leading the Canes to victory – the first win in nearly 25 years at Florida State.
Johnson currently has 2,057 points and needs just 127 to pass Frances Savage (1988-92) for third place on the school all-time scoring list.
Riquna Isn’t Too Far Behind