Kansas Postgame Notes - at #21 Oklahoma State

Jan. 8, 2013

Recap | Final Stats


Angel Goodrich (90-14), Monica Engelman (82-14), Bunny Williams (4-4), Carolyn Davis (84-14) and Natalie Knight (48-14).


Dropped the Jayhawks record to 11-3 overall, 2-1 in the Big 12. Brought head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s KU record to 149-124 (9th season) and her career to 307-186 (16th season). Henrickson’s record against Oklahoma State dropped to 5-8. Moved the Jayhawks’ all-time record to 746-522. Gave Kansas its first Big 12 loss this season, while the Jayhawks fell to a 2-3 record on the road. Brought the Jayhawks’ record to 31-26 against the Cowgirls. This ended KU’s three-game winning streak while playing in Stillwater, Okla. dating back to Jan. 10, 2007.


Kansas scored 24 of its 29 first-half points in the paint, while the Jayhawks off the bench out scored the Cowgirls’ bench 14-4 in the first twenty minutes. The second-straight game the Jayhawks trailed by double digits (12) in the first half. This was the first game all season in which Kansas never held a lead. The fourth-straight game KU trailed at the half, sixth time this season. The Jayhawks were 0-for-10 from beyond the arc until Goodrich made their first three-point basket with 11:59 remaining. At the 9:05 mark, Kansas suffered its largest deficit (18) of the season. Kansas went on a 9-0 run starting at 7:34 in the second half that lasted for 1: 27. The 17-point final margin was the largest loss of the season for KU.


Senior Carolyn Davis scored her third basket 9:33 into the game and became the 10th highest scoring KU player. Davis surpassed Angie Snider (1,518) and led her team with 14 points, totaling 1,527 in her career. This is the 12th game this season Davis has posted double-digit points. Senior guard Angel Goodrich finished with the most (5) assists, for the 12th time this season, and added 12 points. This is the seventh game in a row Goodrich has scored double digits. Senior guard Asia Boyd scored her third three-point shot of the season Sophomore forward Tania Jackson tied for the most rebounds for KU with six, five defensively. Sophomore forward Chelsea Gardner also grabbed six rebounds for the Jayhawks.