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    WBI CHAMPIONS IN REVIEW: Emily Kobel Highlights
     

     
    Emily Kobel finished her career with 152 made three-pointers, which ranks sixth in program history
     
    Emily Kobel finished her career with 152 made three-pointers, which ranks sixth in program history
     
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    April 24, 2014

    Kobel’s Bio
    Kobel’s Career Stats
    2013-14 Game-by-Game Stats
    Kobel’s Photo Gallery

    Kobel’s 2013-14 Highlights
    - Started all 35 games
    - Averaged 7.9 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.1 steals over 32.5 minutes per contest
    - Ranked second on the team with 63 made three-pointers
    - Ranked tenth in the Horizon League with 1.8 made three-pointers per contest
    - Finished her career with 152 made three-pointers, which ranks sixth in program history
    - Made four or more three-pointers five times
    - Made three or more triples on ten occasions
    - 10 double-digit scoring performances
    - Made 33.9 percent of her three-pointers and a team-high 78.1 percent of her free throws
    - Was a perfect 5-of-5 from three-point land at Detroit (Jan. 16) and tied her career high of 17 points
    - The Detroit performance was the Horizon League's most efficient from beyond the arc

    The 2013-14 UIC women’s basketball team won a program-record 26 games, collected the first postseason championship (WBI) in program history and owned the nation's largest turnaround. UIC collected 17 more wins (26-9) than the entire 2012-13 campaign (9-21), which was the largest win differential amongst 347 programs nationwide.

    UIC won 11 straight games from Nov. 15, 2013 - Jan. 3, 2014 which tied the longest win streak in program history. The Flames broke program records for points scored (2,598), scoring average (74.2 ppg), field goals made (940), rebounds (1,503), free throws made (557) and assists (526).