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Facts and Figures
January 16, 2013 - Michael Bleach
HOUGHTON— In an idea I have completely ripped off from ESPN Fantasy Guru Matthew Berry, here are some facts and figures for the Tech men’s and women’s basketball teams. Everything below is 100 percent accurate.
How you choose to interpret the information is up to you.
With only one more sentence of ado and presented without comment...
— Leading the team in scoring at 14.6 points per game, Sam Hoyt is shooting 35 percent from the field, 37 percent from three and 89 percent from the free throw line.
— Last season Hoyt shot 43/39/80.
— Exactly half of Hoyt’s shots have come from three this season.
— On two pointers, Hoyt is shooting 36.7 percent.
— Hoyt leads the team in free throw percentage and free throw attempts
— Kylie Moxley ranks second on the team in scoring with 9.5 points per game and is shooting 57 percent (No. 3 overall in GLIAC).
— Moxley ranks No. 7 on team in minutes played.
— Senior Emma Veach ranks second behind Moxley with 54 percent shooting, including a 47 percent mark from three.
— Veach is No. 7 on the team in field goal attempts.
— Taylor Stippel averages 9.3 points per game. Veach sits at 7.5 points per game. Stippel has shot the ball 89 more times than Veach this season.
— Veach has played 35 minutes more than Stippel.
— Five times last season, Tech allowed a team to score 70 or more points. The Huskies lost four of those games.
— Six times this season, Tech has allowed a team to score 70 or more points. The Huskies are 1-5 in those games.
— This season, the Husky men are shooting 50.1 percent from the field, 37 percent from three and 71 percent from the line.
— In 2001-02, when Tech finished 27-3, the Huskies shot 50.4 percent from the field, 43 percent from three and 77 percent from the line.
— Last year, Alex Culy shot 44 percent from three.
— Culy is at 35 percent beyond the arc this season.
— In losses, Ali Haidar is averaging 21.3 points per game (51 percent shooting).
— In wins, Haidar scores 24 points per game (62 percent shooting).
— In losses, Tech shoots 32 percent from three on 22 attempts per night.
— In wins, Tech shoots 39 percent from three on 17.6 attempts per night.
— In 148 minutes this season (10.6 mpg), true freshman Luke Heller has attempted 11 field goals. That averages out to one field goal attempt every 13.5 minutes.
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