Published Friday, January 4, 2013 AT 9:35 PM / Updated at 9:35 PM
Women’s basketball: IPFW at UNO
Rob White Omaha World-Herald

When: 2 p.m. Saturday
Where: Sapp Fieldhouse

IPFW (5-9, 1-1)
F Amanda Hyde, 5-10, Jr., 20.1
F Stefanie Mauk, 5-10, Jr., 6.1
G Rachel Mauk, 5-10, Jr., 5.4
G Erin Murphy, 5-9, Jr., 10.4
G Haley Seibert, 5-5, So., 8.0

UNO (10-3, 2-1)
F C. Blair-Mobley, 5-10, Sr. , 12.5
F Paige Frauendorfer, 6-0, Sr. , 13.2
C Taijhe Kelly, 6-4, So., 4.5
G Carly Cator, 5-9, Sr., 1.6
G Jamie Nash, 5-4, Sr. , 10.7

Scouting IPFW: Amanda Hyde is the reigning Summit League player of the week after scoring 30 in a loss to IUPUI and 25 in a win against Western Illinois. The Summit’s scoring leader has six 20-point games. Hyde, Erin Murphy and Stefanie Mauk combined to score 63 of the Mastodons’ points in an 80-49 win Sunday against Western Illinois. Murphy and Hyde are 1-2 in the league in free-throw percentage at .875 and .855, respectively. The Mastodons rank eighth nationally in free-throw percentage at .784. Twins Stefanie and Rachel Mauk both played their freshman seasons at Central Michigan before transferring — Rachel made the Mid-American Conference’s all-freshman team. Stefanie Mauk leads IPFW in rebounding at 7.3 per game, fourth in the Summit. Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne was 9-21 overall and 6-12 in the Summit last season and was picked to finish eighth this year.

Scouting UNO: Point guard Jamie Nash, the Summit League leader in assists (7.5 per game) and steals (3.8), needs seven assists to become UNO’s career leader and 12 steals to become the Mavs’ all-time leader in that category, too. She trails Jennifer Mitchell (1998-2002) in assists and Kriss Edwards (1977-81) in steals. Mitchell had 474 assists, and Edwards 331 steals. Nash is fifth in the country in assists per game and 11th in steals. The 5-foot-4 senior also needs 22 points to become the 24th member of UNO’s 1,000-point club. Nash, Carolyn Blair-Mobley and Paige Frauendorfer combined for 50 points in UNO’s 59-41 win Thursday against Oakland. Besides Nash in two categories, UNO also has an individual leading the Summit League in field-goal percentage (Casse Vaughn, at .590), 3-point percentage (Blair-Mobley, at .472) and 3-pointers (Ericka House, at 2.4 per game). Taijhe Kelly is second in blocked shots (1.8 per game). Frauendorfer is second in rebounds (9.3 per game) and eighth in scoring (13.2). Blair-Mobley is 10th in scoring (12.5) and fifth in rebounds (7.2).

About Rob White

Rob White is a staff writer for The Omaha World-Herald and covers UNO and the Omaha Storm Chasers. You can follow Rob on Twitter (@RWhiteOWH) or email him at rob.white@owh.com.