College of Charleston (4-5, 2-0 SoCon) vs. Richmond (7-5, 0-0 A-10)
December 28, 2012, 7:00 p.m. (ET)
TD Arena, Charleston, S.C.
Live Stats/video: www.CofCSports.com/twitter @CofCWBasketball
CHARLESTON, S.C. - After returning from their holiday break the College of Charleston women's basketball team hosts Richmond Friday at 7:00 p.m. at TD Arena.
College of Charleston
Career Record: 4-5 (1st year)
CofC Record: 4-5 (1st year)
Career Record: 132-100 (9th year)
UR Record: 132-100 (9th year)
Richmond leads 3-1.
Richmond had its four-game win streak snapped in its most recent game against Florida Gulf Coast. The Spiders are 7-5 on the season. Richmond has three players averaging in double-figures in points led by Kristina King at 12.9 points per game.
FREE FOR ALL
The CofC women's basketball game vs. Richmond on Friday will be free and open to the public.
INSIDE COFC WOMEN'S BASKETBALL WITH NATASHA ADAIR
The Charleston Sports Network has launched a new coach's show called Inside CofC Women's Basketball with Natasha Adair. Each week assistant director of athletics communications Jeremy Rosenthal talks to Coach Adair about past and future games as well as a variety of topics and player features. The show can be viewed on CofCSports.com.
QUESTIONS FOR COACH ADAIR?
Viewers are strongly encouraged to submit questions to Coach Adair that she will answer on the show. If you have a question you can tweet it to @CofCWBasketball or email email@example.com.
The Cougars will be on the road for much of November and December as they play eight of their first 11 games away from TD Arena.
STRONG SUPPORTING CAST
The Cougars have gotten key minutes from their bench over the last five games especially. In the Cougars last six contests the reserves are averaging 18.6 points per game.
IT'S RAINING THREES
Junior guard Alyssa Frye set a new CofC single-game record for three-pointers in a game with seven in the win at East Carolina last Saturday. Frye connected on seven-of-10 from beyond the arc.
BROWN LEADING AT THE POINT
Junior point guard Jillian Brown has two 10 assist games this season and four double-digit assist games in her career. Brown ranks eighth on the CofC all-time assist list with 265 and is eight shy of the seven spot. Brown is 12th among NCAA DI players in assist per game at 6.1 per contest.
ON THE GLASS
In the Cougars win at Elon the team had 21 offensive rebounds and converted them into 16 second chance points.
In the Cougars game at Miami (Ohio) last Friday seven different players recorded at least one blocked shot.
SHARING THE BALL
Against East Carolina the Cougars recorded 18 assists in the contest, the most since 21 assists January 16, 2010 in an 84-78 victory at Davidson.