UCF-Marshall Postgame Notes

Feb. 27, 2010

Recap | Final Stats

? The 115 points scored by the Knights were a program Division I record.
? Marshall led by 17 points at intermission, but UCF outscored the hosts 47-30 in the second half.
? The contest served as the second triple overtime game since the Knights joined Conference USA in 2005, and just the third in program history.
? Three Knights established career highs for minutes. A.J. Rompza's 51 minutes matched the UCF single-game record, which was originally set by Dave Noel on Jan. 12, 2008, in the Knights' triple-overtime victory over visiting Tulsa.
? UCF registered 27 assists and just 12 turnovers.
? UCF attempted 88 field goals, good for second on the school's Division I attempts list.
? The Knights shot 14-of-29 from 3-point range. The 14 made triples were tied for fourth on the school single-game treys register.
? UCF grabbed 17 offensive rebounds, compared to 13 for the Thundering Herd.
? The Knights entered the contest with just three 20-point performances this year. Against Marshall, three UCF players scored at least 20 points.
? In a career-best 31 minutes, Taylor Young shot 8-of-11 overall and 4-of-5 from deep to finish with a career-high 23 points. It marked the first 20-point game of his career.
? Isaac Sosa matched a career-high by making six 3-pointers. He finished with 20 points. The sophomore has scored in double-figures in five-consecutive games.
? In 41 minutes, Keith Clanton recorded his second-straight double-double with 20 points and 12 rebounds. The 20 points were a career high. Seven of his rebounds came on the offensive end and he shot 7-of-12 from the field.
? In addition to 18 points, Marcus Jordan dished out seven assists in 41 minutes.
? Rompza scored just five points, but had a career-high 13 assists with only two turnovers. He has now recorded at least five assists 30 times during his career.
? UCF's bench was responsible for 47 points.
? The Knights were playing the second of three-straight Saturday road games. UCF played at Southern Miss last week, and will conclude the regular season on March 6 at Rice.