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    Women looking for win number 24 tonight

    The team has continued to rip through their MAC schedule in recent weeks, never missing a beat while dealing with the temporary loss of Niki McCoy. ‘Our girls do a great job of just moving on to the next game,’ head coach Curt Miller said. ‘As soon as the game is done, they’re on to the next one.’ Still, even with the nation’s second longest winning streak, behind only 25-0 Connecticut, Curt Miller insists that his team doesn’t care about the streak. ‘Honestly, if you asked our kids where we are nationally in win streaks, they couldn’t tell you,’ Miller said. BG is now back at full strength with McCoy coming in off the bench. The games second big, historic story line will be that of Lindsey Goldsberry. In the Falcons’ 81-70 defeat of Akron their last time out, Goldsberry tied Kate Achter and Whitney Taylor for the most wins in school and MAC history. With a win over Buffalo (5-20, 1-11 MAC) Goldsberry will become the winningest player in school and conference history. Lauren Prochaska is reeling in some history of her own. After a two game span in which she averaged a whopping 34 points, Prochaska will enter the game with 961 points scored, 39 shy of 1,000. If she were to reach that mark this season, which is highly likely, she would become only the second sophomore in school history to do so. With the exception of Prochaska reaching 1,000 points, two of those things should happen tonight. With the probable win, the Falcons will make it 24 in a row, and Goldsberry will make it 109 for her career. Buffalo is in the middle of an awful season, their only conference victory coming against Eastern Michigan, who has no conference wins. Last time out against Buffalo, BG ripped them apart to a tune of 75-52. Prochaska, McCoy and Tara Breske each scored in double figures, and the Bulls turned the ball over an abysmal 24 times. BG led the game from wire to wire, while Buffalo shot 33.3 percent from the field. Miller is still doing everything he can to keep his team grounded and focused. After the Falcons were awarded the No. 25 ranking in yesterday’s ESPN/USA Today poll, Miller was anything but excited. ‘I don’t think we’ve been playing very good basketball as of late,’ Miller said. Miller also said he didn’t pay attention to polls, and wasn’t even aware the Falcons had climbed to No. 26 in the AP poll Monday. Still, a red hot Prochaska, plus a history seeking Goldsberry, plus a team with one conference win, will likely equal 24 for the Falcons.

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