Dec. 5, 2012
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Memphis (5-2) 84, Ohio (6-2) 58
December 5, 2012
FedExFourm (Memphis, Tenn.)
- This was the first meeting between the two programs
- The Tigers are 12-0 all-time against teams from the Mid-America Conference.
- Shaq Goodwin hauled in a career/season high points with 20. Goodwin's previous high of 17-points came against UT Martin (11/29/12).
- Chris Crawford set a new career high in three-point attempts with seven. His previous high was six coming against North Florida (11/12/12).
- Geron Johnson notched a career/season high in points with 21. Geron's previous high of 13-points came against UT Martin (11/29/12).
- Joe Jackson tied a career high in steals with five. Jackson last recorded five steals against UTEP (3/8/12).
- Geron Johnson led the Tigers in scoring with 21-points. This was the first time this season for Johnson to lead the team in scoring.
- Shaq Goodwin led the team in rebounds (9) and blocks (1); the fourth time this season and the second game-in-row to lead the Tigers in rebounds, and the third time to lead in blocks.
- Joe Jackson dished out five assists and notched five steals to lead the Tigers, the fifth time he has done so in assists and the third time in steals.
- This was the third of five first-time opponents Memphis will face during the 2012-2013 campaign. The Tigers are 154-70 all-time against first-time opponents. Since the 2000-01 season, the Tigers carry a winning percentage of 93.1 percent against first-time opponents (27-2).
- Under head coach Josh Pastner, the Tigers are 31-4 at FedExFourm against non-league opponents
- Memphis is 4-0 when leading at the half this season.
- Geron Johnson (20) and Shaq Goodwin (21) were the first Memphis players this season to record 20 or more points in a game.
- Shaq Goodwin (20) and Geron Johnson (21) each scored 20 points. The last time two Tigers scored 20 points or more in a game came against Marshall (2/25/12) when Joe Jackson scored 21 and Will Barton notched 24.
- Geron Johnson (21), Shaq Goodwin (20), Antonio Barton (11) and Joe Jackson (10) each recorded double-figures. This was the second game in a row with at least four players in double-digits scoring and the sixth game this season with at least three.