Feb. 9, 2007
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -
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After splitting two games on the road last weekend,
the JU women's basketball team (13-8, 7-4 A-Sun)
will conclude its latest road trip against UNF (5-15, 3-
7 A-Sun) on Saturday at 2 p.m. at UNF Arena for the
final installment of the SunTrust River City Rumble.
Dolphins tie a program record
In the midst of their best season in program
history, JU tied the most wins in a season (13) with a
victory over Campbell on Feb. 3.
Dolphins double up again
In the midst of the program's best season,
the 2006-07 Dolphins have set a new standard.
For the first time in program history (1999-
present), JU has won at least 10 games in back-to-
Sophomore guard Virginia Gregoire
possesses the most untapped potential and is
beginning to develop into one of the most dynamic
players in the A-Sun Conference.
In 21 games, Gregoire is second on the
squad with 14.0 points, leads the Dolphins with 41
steals, 39 three pointers and is second with an
average of 5.3 rebounds, 3.3 assists per game. In the
conference, she ranks fourth in scoring.
Gregoire tallied her first double-double (12
points, 11 rebounds) against Charleston Southern on
Nov. 25. She came close to the program's first triple-
double (17 points, nine rebounds, eight assists)
against Campbell on Jan. 6.
Against Campbell, Gregoire scored a career-
high 23 points after shooting 9-of-18 from the field,
including a 3-of-6 effort from beyond the arc.
A steady force
Since being named A-Sun "Player of the
Week" on Nov. 20, junior forward Ashley Williams has
become a target for opposing defenses.
In her first four games, Williams averaged
22.3 points per contest and was shooting 63.8
percent from the floor (37-58).
In her next eight contests, Williams
averaged 12.4 points and shot 42 percent from the
field (42-100). She finished below 10 points in two
consecutive games for the first time in her career.
In her last four games, the Dolphins are
doing a better job of getting her more touches and
she is getting back into a grove again.
During that span, she is averaging 18.3
points, 8.8 rebounds, 2.5 steals and 1.5 blocks while
shooting 51 percent from the floor (29-57) and 83
percent from the line (15-18).
Williams also earned her fourth A-
Sun "Player of the Week" honors on Jan. 29.
JU leads the conference in field-goal
percentage (.398), 3-point field goal percentage
(.342) and turnover margin (+2.67).