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South Florida vs. Auburn Postgame Notes

Dec. 14, 2011

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- Attendance: 1,632
- Auburn Starters: Blanche Alverson, Camille Glymph, Morgan Jennings, Parrisha Simmons and Tyrese Tanner
- South Florida Starters: Sasha Bernard, Tahira Johnson, Akila McDonald, Kaneisha Saunders and Jasmine Wynne
- Auburn utilized its fourth different starting lineup of the season
- Sophomore guard Camille Glymph earned her first career start
- Sophomore guard Courtney Strain made her first appearance of the season
- In her first career start, sophomore Camille Glymph led the Tigers in scoring and set a new career high with 23 points
- Glymph became the first Auburn player to score 20 or more points in a game this season- Auburn won the opening tip
- The all-time series with South Florida is now tied, 1-1
- Wednesday's game was a doubleheader with the Auburn men's team, the first and only doubleheader of the season
- The Tigers are now 53-20 all-time against teams from the State of Florida
- The Tigers are 20-10 all-time against members of the Big East Conference
- AU is now 13-2 all-time when playing on Dec. 14 and 197-52 in the month of December (38-10 under Fortner)
- Nell Fortner has led Auburn to an 85-36 record in non-conference games
- When facing non-conference opponents at home, Auburn has a 134-10 record since Jan. 5, 1992
- The Tigers are 13-7 when playing in Auburn Arena
- Auburn held South Florida to 19 first-half points, marking the fourth time this season for the Tigers to hold an opponent to less than 20 points in a half
- Auburn won the game by double digits for the fifth time this season
- Parrisha Simmons' 11 rebounds were a season-high and the most for an Auburn player this season



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