Jan. 8, 2005

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Kansas Postgame Notes

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Saturday, January 8, 2005

Kansas’ loss to Kansas State…

…Makes KU 7-6 for the first time since the 2002-03 season.

…Makes the KU-KSU series lead 48-40 in favor of the Wildcats.

…Marks Kansas State’s seventh straight victory in the series.

…Makes KU 22-21 at home versus Kansas State

…Gives Kansas a 6-3 record at home this season.

…Makes KU head coach Bonnie Henrickson 7-6 in her first season at Kansas and 165-68 for her career.

…Extends KU’s streak to 31 straight losses to ranked opponents.

…Makes Kansas 0-3 this season versus ranked opponents, and 0-1 against teams in the top ten.

…Makes Kansas 604-404 all-time.


-The attendance of 5,551 was a season-high for the Jayhawks at Allen Fieldhouse. The previous high was 2,054 against Dartmouth on December 18th.

-Kansas’ 26 first half points marked its second fewest of the season. The Jayhawks tallied 25 versus Sacred Heart on Nov. 24th.

-Kansas’ 19 second half points marked its second fewest of the season, behind the 12 points it scored vs. Minnesota.

-Kansas has made three or more three-pointers in every game this season.

-Kansas has attempted 12 or more three-pointers in 10 of its 13 games this season.

-KU is 1-5 this season when being outrebounded by its opponent.

-Kansas’ 17 field-goals made marked a season low. The previous low was 18 versus UMKC on Nov. 27th.

-Kansas State’s 26 field-goals is an opponent’s high this season. The previous high was 25 versus Texas on Jan. 5th.

-Kansas’ 32.7 field goal percentage tied its season low, which came against UMKC on Nov. 27th.

-Kansas is 1-4 when it shoots worse than its opponent from the field.

-Kansas has shot 50 percent or worse from the free-throw line only twice this season.

-Kansas State’s 10 blocks marked an opponent season high. The previous high was six.

-KU’s nine personal fouls is a season low, with the previous mark being 11 versus Denver on Nov. 30th.

-The Jayhawks fall to 1-1 when committing more turnovers than their opponent.

-Kansas has forced 14 or more turnovers in every game this season.

-Freshman Taylor McIntosh scored the Jayhawk’s first points for the third time this season.

-Kansas increased its streak of consecutive games with a three-pointer to 22 on Kaylee Brown’s first-half trey.

-Kansas used the starting lineup of Kaylee Brown, Aquanita Burras, Taylor McIntosh, Erica Hallman and Crystal Kemp for the 10th straight game and the 10th time this season. The Jayhawks are now 5-5 when going with this fivesome.

-The 26-26 halftime score marked the first time this season that the Jayhawks went into the break tied.

-Kansas has now outscored its opponents by a mark of 414-313 in the first half this season.

-Junior Kaylee Brown has now connected on a three-pointer in 12 straight games and in 12 of the Jayhawks’ 13 games this season.

-Brown has notched multiple three-pointers in eight of Kansas’ 13 games, and in six out of the last seven.

-Junior Crystal Kemp recorded her fifth double-double of the season and 16th of her career.

-Senior Aquanita Burras started her 70th straight game. She has started every game of her Kansas career.

-With her 10 points, Kemp is now 105 points away from becoming KU’s 18th 1,000 point scorer.

-McIntosh tied a career high with 2 assists.

-Kemp and Junior Erica Hallman each played 40 minutes. It marked the third time this season and in their career for both.

-Kemp’s six offensive rebounds fell one short of Kansas’ season high of seven, which was set by McIntosh versus Western Illinois on Dec. 8th.

-McIntosh has tallied six or more rebounds in eight of 13 games this season, including in seven of the last eight.

-Hallman tied a season high with three steals.

-The game marked the sixth time this season that Brown and Kemp have each scored in double figures in the same game.