Postgame Notes – Arizona vs. LMU

Postgame Notes – Arizona vs. LMU
Postgame Notes – Arizona vs. LMU

– The Wildcats have had 10+ steals in every game this season, including 14 times against LMU.

-Arizona outscored LMU in points off turnovers 35-8. The Wildcats’ 35 points came off turning the Lions over 26 times.

– The Cats have had at least three players score in double digits in every game of the season. Kailyn Gilbert (15), Helena Pueyo (12) and Salimata Kourouma (12) all hit double digits against the Lions.

Helena Pueyo tied her steals career high with seven. The fifth-year added 12 points, four assists, two rebounds and a block to her stat line.

Kailyn Gilbert nearly achieved a double-double with 15 points and nine rebounds as well as two assists and a steal. The sophomore led the squad in points and rebounds in the win.

Brea Cunningham improved her already-impressive season field goal percentage by going 4-for-4 from the field. Her field goal percentage through the first three games is 90.5%, the best in the Pac-12.

Salimatou Kourouma’s 12 points marked her second-straight game scoring in double digits.

Kailyn Gilbert is averaging almost a double-double through the first three games with 15.7 points and 9.3 rebounds per game. She is also averaging 3.0 assists per game.

-Five Wildcats (Kailyn Gilbert, Brea Cunningham, Esmery Martinez, Salimata Kourouma, Maya Nnaji) are averaging double digits through the first three games, and seven are averaging at least 5.0 points per game.

Helena Pueyo leads the Pac-12 in total steals this season with 13.

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