Auburn vs. Stephen F. Austin Game Notes



Jan. 3, 2009

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Auburn vs. Stephen F. Austin
Auburn, Ala. - Beard-Eaves-Memorial Coliseum

- Auburn starters: Whitney Boddie, DeWanna Bonner, Sherell Hobbs Trevesha Jackson and Alli Smalley
- SFA starters: Tammara Marion, Ebony Alexander, Whitney Cormier, Jordan Ford and Amina Sawyer
- Attendance: 1,599
- Auburn now has a 15-0 record in the 2008-09 season, its best start since the 1988-89 season
- The Tiger women's basketball team now has a 750-325 all-time record
- Head coach Nell Fortner now has a 103-64 career record and an 86-53 record at Auburn
- Fortner now has a 59-15 record as Auburn's coach in non-conference games and a 23-3 mark at home
- Auburn has a 333-65 record at the BEMC, including a 119-5 mark since losing to Virginia on Jan. 5, 1992.
- Auburn now holds a 4-1 advantage in the all-time series with Stephen F. Austin
- AU is now 14-1 all-time vs. the Southland conference and 24-3 against teams from the state of Texas
- Auburn is now 172-89 all-time in the month of January, including a 9-18 record under Fortner
- The Tigers are 59-1 when scoring more than 70 points under Nell Fortner
- Auburn won the opening tip
- Auburn scored the first 14 points of the game
- Alli Smalley led Auburn in the first half with 10 points; Chantel Hilliard and Trevesha Jackson led with four rebounds each
- Tammara Marion led SFA with 12 points; Ebony Alexander had three rebounds
- DeWanna Bonner is now tied for eighth in career games started with 107
- With her 17 points, DeWanna Bonner now ranks fifth all-time at Auburn in career scoring with 1,728 points
- With her 19 points, Sherell Hobbs now ranks 21st all-time at Auburn in career scoring with 1,151 points
- KeKe Carrier is now tied for sixth all-time at Auburn in career blocks with 120
- With her two 3-pointers, Alli Smalley is now in eighth place all-time at Auburn in career 3-pointers with 84
- Sherell Hobbs led Auburn with 19 points and nine rebounds, one rebound away from her first double-double of the season
- Tammara Marion led Stephen F. Austin with 19 points; Whitney Cormier led the team with six rebounds