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Allyssa DeHaan blocked nine shots against Indiana on Thursday night.
 
Allyssa DeHaan blocked nine shots against Indiana on Thursday night.
 
 

Dec. 28, 2006

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Allyssa DeHaan set a MSU single-game blocks record with nine...she beat her own record of eight, which she set in her second game as a Spartan against UT Arlington (11/19)...she also recorded eight blocks against South Florida (12/3) and UC Santa Barbara (12/20).

With her nine blocks, DeHaan passed Kristen Rasmussen to become the MSU single-season record holder with 60...DeHaan accomplished the feat in just 12 games, and is now averaging 5.0 blocks per game...Rasmussen blocked 57 shots during the 1998-99 season.

MSU set a Breslin Center record with 13 blocks.

Alisa Wulff scored a career-high 10 points and also registered career highs in rebounds (five) and field goals (four)...she tied a career high with two 3-pointers.

Victoria Lucas-Perry became the 28th player in school history to score 900 points...she put in 10 points against the Hoosiers, and now has 902 for her career.

Rene Haynes recorded season-bests in points (20), rebounds (eight), field goals (seven) and free throws (five)...the eight rebounds ties a career high.

Haynes now has 981 career points, just 19 shy of becoming the 17th Spartan to record 1,000 career points...Haynes is averaging 18.0 points her last two games.

Haynes also collected three steals to become just the sixth player in MSU history to record 200 career steals...Haynes now has 201 steals for her career, which is tied for fourth in school history.

Mandy Piechowski connected on her first field goal of her career, a 3-pointer in the second half...she also tied a season high with two rebounds.

Takeya Fortner had a season-high three rebounds.

Indiana shot 25 percent, which ties a season-low for a Spartan opponent this season (UT Arlington, 11/19).

Indiana was limited to 15 first-half points...the Breslin Center record for fewest points in a half is 12 (Indiana, 1/16/03).

 

 

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