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Dec. 19, 2012

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Auburn vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga
Dec. 19, 2012
Auburn Arena | Auburn, Ala.
Post-Game Notes

- Auburn (9-2) defeated Tennessee-Chattanooga (8-2), 53-40
- Attendance: 1,591
- Auburn Starters: Blanche Alverson, Peyton Davis, Hasina Muhammad, Najat Ouardad and Tyrese Tanner
- Tennessee-Chattanooga Starters: Alex Black, Kayla Christopher, Ashlen Dewart, Taylor Hall and Kylie Lambert
- Auburn held a 28-15 lead at halftime, marking the 12th time in 22 halves this season the Tigers have out-scored their opponents by double figures
- The 15 points allowed in the first half tied a season-best for Auburn; the 15 points in the half were also a season-low for Tennessee-Chattanooga
- Prior to the game against Auburn, UTC had scored no fewer than 26 points in a half; the Lady Mocs scored 15 and 25 vs. the Tigers
- Hasina Muhammad scored 19 points, making her the only player in the SEC to score in double figures in every game this season; dating back to the 2011-12 season, she has scored in double figures in 13 straight games
- With her 10 rebounds, Blanche Alverson moved into 30th all-time at Auburn in career rebounds; she how has 461 career rebounds
- Blanche Alverson scored 11 points with 10 rebounds for her first double-double of the season; it is the second of her career and she is the third Auburn player to have one this season, joining Tyrese Tanner and Hasina Muhammad
- Auburn forced 22 turnovers Wednesday against Tennessee-Chattanooga, marking the ninth time this season for the Tigers to force 20 or more turnovers
- Auburn finished the day with 10 steals, marking the seventh time this season to tally 10 or more
- For the eighth time this season, Auburn's opponent had more turnovers than field goals made; Tennessee-Chattanooga had 22 turnovers on 15 made field goals
- Auburn leads the all-time series with Tennessee-Chattanooga, 10-2
- The Tigers are 24-3 all-time vs. current members of the Southern Conference
- Auburn is now 11-1 all-time on Dec. 16 and 203-47 in the month of December
- The Tigers are 53-65 all-time vs. teams from Tennessee