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Postgame Notes
Release: 03/10/2000
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  • With 28 points tonight, Husky freshman Loree Payne upped her UW season total to 498 points to become Washingtons all-time leader in single-season scoring by a freshman, breaking the previous record of 475 points by Carlin McClary in 1978-79.
  • Payne's points also tied a career-high, besting her season and career high in field goal attempts with 24. Payne made 12 of those shots for a .500 percentage.
  • Today marks Payne's eighth game with 20 points or more in 1999-2000, and ties her with junior Megan Franza for eighth all-time in single-season scoring with 475.
  • Washington's 40 points at the half were its most halftime points since posting a similar 40 points in the first half at Arizona on Jan. 15.
  • The Trojans' first lead of the game came at 12:09 of the second half, taking a 48-44 lead off of a 19-4 run. Washington had led by as many as 17 in the first half, holding a 31-14 advantage with just over 6 minutes to play before the break.
  • Trojan coach Chris Gobrecht tonight earned her first win over Washington in Seattle since leaving the Husky head coaching helm before the 1995-96 season. The win is USC's first OT win in three tries in 1999-2000.
  • Husky forward Emily Autrey recorded a career-high 12 rebounds.
  • USC dominated the glass at their end of the court in the second half, pulling down 19 offensive rebounds to the Huskies' 11 defensive boards.
  • USC's 19 steals tied their season-high, the previous best coming versus Notre Dame Dec. 27. The steals were the most by a Husky opponent this year.
  • Trojan Tiffany Washington recorded her third double-double this season with 13 points and 14 rebounds.
  • USC's Tiffany Elmore also scored a season-high 21 points.
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