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  • #91
    Originally posted by goon View Post

    Defensive specialist with inconsistent offense. Seems accurate.
    Alexander scored just over 500 points in her career. If Irwin scores the same next year as she did this season, she will have just over 1000.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by bigticket1 View Post

      Alexander scored just over 500 points in her career. If Irwin scores the same next year as she did this season, she will have just over 1000.
      Good post. It's amazing how underappreciated Tylee is. Fewer than 40 players have scored more than 1000 career points in SDSU women's basketball history.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by 91jack View Post

        I find it interesting that we are talking about Tylee after the Summit League Tournament. She should maybe shoot more but 2 TO's to 9 assists and 8 steals isn't a bad stretch.

        She out played Duffy head-to-head.
        Duffy- 2-10 (10 points), 5 rebounds, 1 assist and 5 TO's
        Tylee- 4-10 (11 points), 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocks, 2 steals and 2 TO's.
        Tylee was guarding Duffy most of the game. One of Duffy's baskets came when they brought Stapleton in to guard her for 4 minutes. I don't remember her other basket.

        The game before that, she was 7-13 (18 points), 4 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 block, 2 steals and 0 TO's.

        The first game, she was 3-7 (8 points), 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals and 0 TO's.

        She has only averaged 10 PPG over the last 19 games but she only shoots about 8.5 shots/game in those 19 games.

        I do want to remind everybody that SDSU is not the best shooting team this year. They only have Larson and Cascio Jensen are better 3-points shooters than Tylee.
        Tylee is the best on ball defender in the league and I don't even think it's that close. She has a lot of talent and that is why I'd like to see her be more aggressive on getting downhill.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by bigticket1 View Post

          Alexander scored just over 500 points in her career. If Irwin scores the same next year as she did this season, she will have just over 1000.
          Im not anti Tylee, just pointing out she isn't looked at to be a big contributor on offense, Any production she has is generally a bonus. My guess is we have 3, players who will be our top options to score next year before Tylee. Her game has gotten better, but I remember people cringing in game threads almost irate that she was taking shots. Same with Lexi in the past that fans would hate when she would take any shots. If im not mistaken Tylee was a good scorer in high school, so maybe coaches will expect more from her this season as a consistent threat. My point I think is still valid, best on the ball defender on the team, very valuable in many areas, steals assists etc, but scoring can be inconsistent.
          "The most rewarding things you do in life, are often the ones that look like they cannot be done. Arnold Palmer

          Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by AZjack View Post

            Tylee is the best on ball defender in the league and I don't even think it's that close. She has a lot of talent and that is why I'd like to see her be more aggressive on getting downhill.
            The best ball defender combined with the stats that she shot 36.7% from 3pt line for 9th in the Summit league, with a 43.4% FG to rank 20th in the league would mean she should start on every other team in the league. By comparison, Ciara Duffy shot 38.8% from 3 and Keni Jo Lippe shot 40.5% FG and just 33.3% from 3pt line. They are two first team all conference players. Madison McKeever, honorable mention, shot just 32.7% from 3 pt arc. In addition, she is 10th in blocks/game, 15th in steals/game and 17th in rebounds/game. She does a lot for this team.

            I actually thought that Tylee had a great year. Continued with her defensive effort and improved her 3 point shooting and overall shooting percentage. She hit enough 3's that they had to guard her. I thought last year she played a very much needed role very well, and this year once conference play started, she adapted well and played a little different role. I agree she needs to be more aggressive and I think we saw that the last 6 weeks of conference play with good results.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by Sodakbull View Post

              The best ball defender combined with the stats that she shot 36.7% from 3pt line for 9th in the Summit league, with a 43.4% FG to rank 20th in the league would mean she should start on every other team in the league. By comparison, Ciara Duffy shot 38.8% from 3 and Keni Jo Lippe shot 40.5% FG and just 33.3% from 3pt line. They are two first team all conference players. Madison McKeever, honorable mention, shot just 32.7% from 3 pt arc. In addition, she is 10th in blocks/game, 15th in steals/game and 17th in rebounds/game. She does a lot for this team.

              I actually thought that Tylee had a great year. Continued with her defensive effort and improved her 3 point shooting and overall shooting percentage. She hit enough 3's that they had to guard her. I thought last year she played a very much needed role very well, and this year once conference play started, she adapted well and played a little different role. I agree she needs to be more aggressive and I think we saw that the last 6 weeks of conference play with good results.
              And she held the Mid Major POY to 10 points(2-10FG-6-8FT), 5 rebounds, 1 assist, and 5 turnovers. She is providing leadership in action.
              Best to remember these are kids and they are doing everything they can to entertain us, be scholars, and all in all be great humans. Jackedforlife

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              • #97
                Originally posted by 91jack View Post

                I find it interesting that we are talking about Tylee after the Summit League Tournament. She should maybe shoot more but 2 TO's to 9 assists and 8 steals isn't a bad stretch.

                She out played Duffy head-to-head.
                Duffy- 2-10 (10 points), 5 rebounds, 1 assist and 5 TO's
                Tylee- 4-10 (11 points), 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocks, 2 steals and 2 TO's.
                Tylee was guarding Duffy most of the game. One of Duffy's baskets came when they brought Stapleton in to guard her for 4 minutes. I don't remember her other basket.

                The game before that, she was 7-13 (18 points), 4 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 block, 2 steals and 0 TO's.

                The first game, she was 3-7 (8 points), 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals and 0 TO's.

                She has only averaged 10 PPG over the last 19 games but she only shoots about 8.5 shots/game in those 19 games.

                I do want to remind everybody that SDSU is not the best shooting team this year. They only have Larson and Cascio Jensen are better 3-points shooters than Tylee.
                This is the best post on this board in a long time. And I'm not saying that because I'm a Tylee fan and always have been. She plays the minutes for a reason and those reasons are summed up quite well in this single post. Thank you 91jack!

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