Feb. 4, 2011
CULLOWHEE, N.C. - Western Carolina women's basketball (6-15, 4-8 Southern Conference) begins a two-game road swing at 2 p.m. Saturday at Davidson (10-11, 5-7 SoCon).
CONSECUTIVE TIE: Western Carolina's four-game losing streak ties the seasonal high for the Catamounts ... It has happened twice before and was followed by a win.
36 POINTS: The 36 points scored by Western Carolina against Appalachian State ties the lowest points of the season ... The Catamounts scored 36 points against then No. 14 ranked North Carolina on Nov. 21 ... The 36 points is the lowest points scored in a Southern Conference game this season.
BELOW 50: Western Carolina has failed to score above 50 points in the last three games.
THE MONTH OF JANUARY: Western Carolina won three of its six total games, this season, in the month of January ... Junior Kaila'Shea Menendez led the team in the month of January averaging 10.9 points per game ... Fellow junior Caitlin Hollifield led the team in rebounding grabbing 6.9 rebounds per game in the month ... Freshman forward Shauna Terry posted 14 of her 20 blocks this season in Jan.
TERRY TIES BLOCK HIGH: Freshman Shauna Terry tied her career-high with three blocks against Appalachian State ... She has 20 blocks this season.
HOLLIFIELD FIRST IN THREE: Caitlin Hollifield scored in double figures for the first time in three games with 12 points against Appalachian State.
LOOKING FOR A SEASONAL SWEEP: Western Carolina won the first meeting with Davidson, 60-48 on January 5 ... The Catamounts are looking for its first seasonal sweep of the season.
AT DAVIDSON: Western Carolina has not won at Davidson in two years ... The last victory for WCU at the Wildcats was a 71-67 victory on Jan. 5, 2008 ... Overall, Western Carolina leads the series 25-19.
GAMES TO START FEBRUARY: Western Carolina is 24-17 in its first game in the month of February.