(16-8, 9-2 away)
Old Dominion 74
(3-21, 2-13 home)
Venue: Constant Convocation Center
4:00PM ET / 1:00PM PT, February 09, 2013
||J Smith 27
||R Spencer 8
||J Lee 4
||D Batten 25
||D Painter 16
||A Bacote 5
On Saturday, February 9th, Northeastern outscored Old Dominion 24-3 from behind the three-point line and got a road victory against the Monarchs 79-74 in overtime. Joel Smith played well for the Huskies and got a game-high 27 points and five rebounds. Jonathan Lee also had a great outing, scoring 19 points and adding seven rebounds. DeShawn Painter recorded a double-double for the Monarchs with 15 points and 16 rebounds. This makes three wins in a row for the Huskies. Northeastern (16-8, 11-1 CAA) goes to William & Mary (9-13, 3-8 CAA) on Monday, February 11th.
Northeastern Game Notes
- Northeastern started 16-8 during the 2009, 2008, and 2004 seasons (since 1996).
- The win over Old Dominion extended the Northeastern winning streak to three games.
- NU beat the spread by one points. That makes the 11th time this season the Huskies have beaten the spread.
- Northeastern has played in three overtime games this season. Over the last five seasons, the Huskies have played in 13 overtime games with a record of 9-4.
- The Huskies have won 10 close games this season (a win by five or fewer points). Since 2007, Northeastern is 42-35 in close games.
- The Huskies have won every game this season (4-0) after recording 79 or more total points.
- Northeastern has won 90 percent of the time this season (9-1) when its three-point percentage has been 38.1 percent or better.
- NU has won every game this season (6-0) after holding an opponent to under 40.3 percent field goal percentage.
- NU has won 87 percent of the time this season (13-2) when opponents record 11 or fewer free throws made.
- This season Northeastern has won 75 percent of the time (9-3) when Quincy Ford has 13 points or more, 83 percent of the time (5-1) when Joel Smith plays 39 minutes or more, and 100 percent of the time (5-0) when Jonathan Lee has five free throws made or more.
- The Huskies set a season high for free throws made (25).
- The Huskies have outshot their opponents in field goal percentage for the past five games.
- Northeastern has recorded fewer rebounds than their opponents for the past four games.
- Joel Smith recorded a team season high in free throws made with 12 and free throws attempted with 13.
- Joel Smith accounted for 34.1 percent of the team's points.
- The top two rebounders (Quincy Ford and Reggie Spencer) accounted for 45.7 percent of the rebounds.
- Joel Smith has led the team in scoring in 14 out of 24 games this season.
- Quincy Ford has led the team in rebounding in nine out of 24 games this season.
- This marks the 16th 20-point game of Joel Smith's career.
- Joel Smith has nine straight double-digit point games.
- Joel Smith had a career high with 12 free throws made.
- This was the fourth foul out of the season for Reggie Spencer.
- This was the first foul out of the season for Demetrius Pollard.
Old Dominion Game Notes
- The Monarchs have lost eight times this season in games decided by five or fewer points. Since 2007, Old Dominion is 32-24 in close games.
- DeShawn Painter recorded a team season high in rebounds with 16.
- Dimitri Batten tallied a team season high in three pointers attempted with 10.
- Dimitri Batten accounted for 33.7 percent of the team's points.
- DeShawn Painter accounted for 33.3 percent of the team's rebounds.
- Dimitri Batten has led the team in scoring six times in 24 games this season.
- DeShawn Painter has led the team in rebounding 16 times in 24 games this season.
- DeShawn Painter recorded the 12th double-digit rebound game of his career.
- DeShawn Painter has five straight double-digit point games.
- DeShawn Painter recorded a double-double. It was his seventh this season and ninth of his career.
- DeShawn Painter set career highs with 16 rebounds and eight offensive rebounds.
- This marks the third 20-point game of Dimitri Batten's career.
- Dimitri Batten set career highs with 25 points and nine field goals made.
- This was the second foul out of the season for Richard Ross.