Nov. 29, 2006
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Northwestern Men's BasketballCraig Moore led Northwestern with 24 points. Moore set a career high in points (his previous high was 15 against Minnesota last season) and in three-point field goals with seven. The seven three's also tied the school record for three's in a game.
Moore scored eight of Northwestern's first 11 points and 14 in the first half. Four of his seven three-point field goals came in the first half.
Moore was 8-of-11 shooting and seven for 10 beyond the arc.
Northwestern scored 30 points in the first half, up from their season average of 24.4.
Northwestern led 30-27 at halftime, making head coach Bill Carmody 64-14 at Northwestern with a lead at halftime.
Northwestern shot 75 percent (9-of-12) in the second half, up from 42.3 percent in the first half.
The Wildcats recorded season highs in both field goal and three-point field goal percentage, 52.6 and 50.0, respectively.
Twenty (20) of Northwestern's 38 field goal attempts were from beyond the arc.
Northwestern set a season-high with 10 three-point field goals. The previous high was seven against Stanford and Cornell.
The 10 three-points marked the 25th time in the Carmody era the Wildcats have made 10 or more in a game. They are 16-9 in those games.
The 'Cats shot 83.3 percent from beyond the arc in the second half, up from 35.7 percent in the first half.
Tim Doyle scored 11 points, putting him in double figures for the fourth time this season.
Northwestern held Miami to 37.5 percent shooting in the game.
Bill Carmody is now 65-21 at Northwestern when his team has a higher field goal percentage than the opponent. Northwestern shot 52.6 percent compared to Miami's 37.5 percent.
Miami (Fla.) vs. Northwestern
November 28, 2006
Jack McClinton (30 points) was the only player to score in double figures for the Hurricanes.
McClinton tied his career high with 30 points. Coming into the game, he was averaging 19.3 points per game.
Northwestern held Miami to its second-lowest scoring output. Its season low is 57 points against Buffalo.
Jason Okrzesik's three-pointer with 13:04 remaining in the second half put Northwestern up 39-37 and stopped an 8-0 Miami run.
The 'Cats outscored Miami 17-10 off of turnovers.
The Wildcats had 20 field goals in the game and assisted on 15 of those.
Northwestern committed just nine turnovers, marking the 38th time in the Carmody era that has happened. They are 25-13 in those games.