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Impressive stats from IPFW

Some impressive numbers came out of IPFW today regarding the women's basketball team.

Going into Wednesday night, IPFW senior guard Jordan Zuppe is second in the country in free throw percentage with a 97.4 clip, hitting 37 of 38 this season. She's a shade behind Emily London of Samford, who has made 40 of 41.

Another shooter is junior guard Anne Boese, who is tied for third in the nation in three-point shots made per game at 3.5. The leader is Ce'Monay Newell of Texas-Pan American, who averages four three-pointers a game.

Boese's three-point marksmanship has helped IPFW to No. 6 in the country in three-point shots made per game (8.4). The Mastodons are tied with Bowling Green and Central Michigan, and trail Fresno State (9.2), Oklahoma (8.8), Sacramento State (8.7), Samford (8.7).

IPFW got a boost in the three-point department when it hit 17 against Oral Roberts. The 17 are the most by any NCAA Division I team in a single game so far this season. Nebraska also made 17 against Vermont in the Cornhuskers' season-opener.

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