January 18, 20181st2nd3rd4thFinal
ETSU2117151669
Furman191481657
Stats at a GlanceETSUFUR
FG Percentage.435 (27-62) .353 (18-51)
3P FG Percentage.357 (5-14) .292 (7-24)
FT Percentage.500 (10-20) .667 (14-21)
Offensive Rebounds1210
Defensive Rebounds2629
Total Rebounds3839
Turnovers1321
Steals104
Bench Points912
LeadersETSUFUR
PointsErica Haynes-Overton - 24
Cierra Carter - 18
ReboundsTianna Tarter - 9
Celena Taborn - 9
AssistsTianna Tarter - 7
Stephania Oramas - 5
StealsErica Haynes-Overton - 4
Stephania Oramas - 3
BlocksErica Haynes-Overton - 2
Sadasia Tipps - 2
DeAnneisha Jackson - 2
Bucs extend streak in road win over Furman
Bucs extend streak in road win over Furman
Thursday, January 18, 2018

ETSU remains undefeated in conference play

GREENVILLE, S.C. (Jan. 18, 2018) – A 23-5 run midway through the game sparked a 14-point lead, giving ETSU its fourth straight conference win to remain undefeated in the conference with a 69-57 win over Furman in Greenville, S.C. Erica Haynes-Overton (Nashville, Tenn.) recorded a team-high of 24 points, while adding four steals. Tianna Tarter (Johnson City, Tenn.) also scored in double figures with 18 and had seven assists.

Inside the Numbers

  • Tarter’s seven assists has tied her with Angie Ficks (1997-00) with 422 assists in ETSU’s career records.
  • Tarter was one rebound short of recording her 16th career double-double, as she finished with 18 points and nine rebounds.
  • Malloree Schurr (Montgomery, Texas) had an impressive night in the paint after finishing with eight rebounds. She also pitched in four points.
  • Sadasia Tipps (Hickory, N.C.) finished with eight points and was just two points shy of tying her career-high of 10 points.
  • As a team, ETSU finished with 10 steals and 12 assists.

First Quarter

  • Tianna Tarter got things started for the Bucs with a jumper.
  • Furman ended a two-minute scoring drought with a three-pointer, as they had four turnovers in three minutes of action.
  • Furman was able to get within one after going to the line and making a free throw, 10-9.
  • Shy Copney (Johnson City, Tenn.) drained a three-pointer and followed that performance with a steal.
  • Furman then went 5-5 in field goals to take a 14-13 lead.
  • After points went back and forth, Alayjah Sherer (Tupelo, Miss.) tied the game at 16.
  • With the clock winding down, Copney hit a three-pointer to give ETSU a 21-19 lead to end the first quarter.

Second Quarter

  • Furman started the period with a three-minute scoring drought before taking a 26-21 lead.
  • Britney Snowden (Pensacola, Fla.) gave the Bucs their first points of the quarter with 5:46 remaining.
  • Erica Haynes-Overton started a 6-0 run, as Malloree Schurr’s layup helped the Bucs get their lead back.
  • Furman began a six-minute scoring drought, going 0-7 in field goals, as their only points came from three throws.
  • The Bucs began building their 23-5 run that carried over into the third quarter.

Third Quarter

  • Haynes-Overton began the storing with a layup to continue their run, followed by a Tipps jumper.
  • Furman did not score a basket until 6:20 left in the third quarter.
  • Tarter’s free throws gave ETSU an 11-point lead.
  • Haynes-Overton once again began a 9-0 run for the Bucs that occurred over 38 seconds of play.
  • Furman was scoreless for three and half minutes, as they had three turnovers and went 0-4 in field goals.

Fourth Quarter

  • Furman scored first in the fourth quarter to begin their surge.
  • The Paladins went on a 14-2 run to get within five of the Bucs after being behind by 14.
  • Haynes-Overton’s back-to-back-layups and three-pointer gave the Bucs a 10-point lead with the score sitting at 60-50.
  • The Bucs hit four of their last five field goals attempts, as Tarter picked up her seventh assist of the game to tie the 422 ETSU career record.
  • Tarter’s free throws helped the Bucs extend their lead to 69-57, as it would result in the final score.

Next Up

ETSU will play Wofford on Saturday, Jan. 20 at 2:00 p.m.

Post-Game Quotes

“I thought we showed a lot of resiliency and toughness tonight,” said head coach Brittney Ezell. “The ball wouldn’t go through the basket for about eight minutes, but we were able to regroup during the timeout and rattle off seven straight. I thought anytime you can get a road win of this caliber is great. Furman is a really good team. They are well coached. They have shooters. They have size. They’re tough. I was thrilled for our kids. We need to shoot the ball better from the free throw line. We need to make sure things don’t rattle us when they are out of our control. I thought we did a really good job of staying together and fighting. Bottom line is that we were just tough tonight.”

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