Postgame Notes

Jan. 7, 2012

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Postgame Notes
Kansas 57, KansasState 63
January 7, 2012

Kansas’ loss vs. Kansas State
— Ends KU’s five game winning streak and gives the Jayhawks their first loss at home this season.
— Gives KSU a 61-42 advantage in the all-time series.
— Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson 2-14 against KSU, 129-110 at Kansas and 287-172 for her career.
— Gives Kansas a 93-149 all-time record in Big 12 play and 726-508 mark all time.

Team Notes
– Kansas starters (career starts) – junior G Angel Goodrich (56), senior F Aishah Sutherland (65), junior F Carolyn Davis (60), junior G Monica Engelman (56) and freshman G Natalie Knight (13). Goodrich and Knight have started every game they have played while at Kansas.
— KU led at halftime (32-28) for the 13th time in 14 games. The 32 points is the third-lowest point total scored by the Jayhawks in a first half this year.
— The Jayhawks have hit at least one three-point shot in 37 consecutive games.
— Kansas finished the game with 57 points, the lowest point total of the season for the Jayhawks.

Individual Notes
— Junior G Angel Goodrich recorded nine assists on the night. She has now recorded at least five assists in 27 straight games and 49 times in her career.
— Goodrich took two charges during the contest. She has now taken 14 charges in 14 games this season.
— Goodrich played all 40 minutes for the Jayhawks. This is the third time she has played every minute of a game this season and the ninth time in her career she has played at least 40 minutes.
— Freshman G Natalie Knight did not commit a single turnover for the third-straight contest and for the fourth time in five games. She has had just 17 turnovers this season, the fewest among KU’s starters.
— Senior F Aishah Sutherland recorded one block during the game which gives her a team-high 21 on the season and 122 for her career. Her 122 blocks gives her sole possession of fourth place on the career blocks list and puts her three away from a tie for second.
— Junior F Carolyn Davis scored 19 points, placing her at No. 18 on the KU career scoring list with 1,145 points.
— Davis made nine free throws on the night, which is the most of any Jayhawk this season.
— Davis had two blocks in the game, which gives her 20 for the season and 95 for her career. Her 95 career blocks moved her into sole possession of the eighth spot on the career blocks list and makes her 10 shy of seventh place.
— Sophomore G CeCe Harper had three steals on the night, tying her season high, which she has reached two other times during the year with the last one coming against UMKC (12-17-11).