Postgame Notes

Jan. 3, 2011

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Postgame Notes

Kansas 56, UMKC 41

January 3, 2011

Kansas‘ win over UMKC…

… Improves the Jayhawks to 13-1 for the first time since the 1993-94 season, when KU opened the year with a 16-1 mark.

… Makes the Jayhawks 1-0 in January.

… Improves the Jayhawks to 10-0 in home games.

… Makes the Jayhawks 15-3 all-time versus UMKC.

… Makes the Jayhawks 29-4 all-time versus schools from the Summit League.

… Improves Kansas head coach Bonnie Henrickson to 6-0 against UMKC.

… Gives Henrickson a 109-96 mark at Kansas and a 267-158 overall record.

… Makes Kansas 706-494 all-time.

Team Notes

-Kansas started the group of F Aishah Sutherland, F Carolyn Davis, G Keena Mays, G Monica Engelman, G Angel Goodrich for the fourth-straight game.

– KU held UMKC without a field goal until the 14:43 mark, a span of five minutes and 17 seconds.

– The Jayhawks’ 26 first half points were their fewest points in a half this season. KU’s previous low was 29 points in the first half versus North DakotaState on Nov. 26.

– Kansas set season lows with 21 field goals made, five three-point basket attempts, 50-percent shooting from the free throw line and 56 points scored.

– UMKC’s 16 first half points tied a KU opponent low this season as South Dakota State also had 16 points in the first half on Nov. 14.

– Additionally, the Kangaroos’ single three-point basket tied an opponent low as NDSU also had one trey earlier this year.

– Kansas held UMKC without a field goal for the final four minutes of the contest.

– Carolyn Davis netted a team-high 27 points for her sixth-straight contest with double-digit points and seventh this season with 20-plus tallies. She collected her points with the help of a 10 field goals, which tied a personal season best.

– Davis also tied a personal-best 14 rebounds to record her second consecutive double-double and third of the 2010-11 season. Included in her 14 boards were seven offensive caroms to tie the most by a Jayhawk this season which Davis previously recorded versus Memphis on Nov. 27.

– Angel Goodrich pulled down a season-high four rebounds and also dished out five assists for the third-straight contest. She has five or more assists five times this season, which is one shy of her season best.

– Aishah Sutherland collected 10 rebounds for her eighth game with double-digit boards.

– Krysten Boogaard recorded four rebounds and two points in just six minutes of floor time.