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Cazmon Hayes and the Blue Hens will look for their fourth straight victory on Saturday when they head to ACC opponent Notre Dame.
Courtesy: Mark Campbell

Blue Hens Head To ACC Opponent Notre Dame Looking To Extend Winning Streak

Courtesy: Delaware Athletics
Release: 12/06/2013
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Delaware (5-3, 0-0 CAA) at Notre Dame (5-2, 0-0 ACC)

Saturday, December 7, 2013
Time: 4 p.m.
Location: Purcell Pavilion - South Bend, Ind.
Live Video/Stats:
TV: ACC Regional (Fox Sports South, CSN Mid-Atlantic) - Mike Hogewood, Dan Bonner
Radio: WDSD 94.7 FM (Scott Klatzkin, Matt Janus); WVUD 91.3 FM (Ben Haley, Sam Schwartz)
All-Time Series: First Meeting

Delaware: Monté Ross (Winston-Salem State ‘92), eighth season overall and at Delaware, 95-134
Notre Dame: Mike Brey (George Washington ‘82), 14th season at ND, 290-144 at ND, 19th season overall, 389-196

• Today’s game is the first of four straight for the Blue Hens in the BlackRock Gotham Classic. Delaware will head to North Dakota State on Dec. 16 and Ohio State on Dec. 18, before facing Bryant at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 21.
• The Blue Hens have won three straight and five of their last six games. The last time UD won four consecutive non-conference games was Nov. 19 through Dec. 11, 2010.
• Delaware is making its first appearance against Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey, who guided the Blue Hens to a 99-52 record and a pair of NCAA tournament appearances in five seasons from 1995-2000. Brey’s 99 wins are the third most in UD history, while current head coach Monté Ross ranks fourth with 95 victories.
• The Blue Hens have reached the 80-point mark in seven consecutive games, one shy of the school record of eight set from Feb. 10 through Mar. 6, 1999.
Kyle Anderson scored a career-high 29 points and tied the school record by hitting eight three-pointers during Tuesday’s 85-80 victory at Charleston Southern. Anderson tied the record also held by Billy Wells and Jawan Carter.
• Anderson, who leads the CAA with a 55.4 three-point percentage and 31 three-pointers made, is 27 of 44 (61.4%) from behind the arc in the last six games. He hit six consecutive threes against both Hampton and Charleston Southern.
Carl Baptiste has posted his first two career double-doubles in each of the last two games.
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