Postgame Notes

Jan. 11, 2012

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Postgame Notes
Kansas 74, Iowa State 67 (2OT)
January 11, 2012

Kansas’ double-overtime victory vs. Iowa State
— Gives KU a 44-27 advantage against ISU in their all-time series.
— Marks the first time Kansas has started Big 12 play 2-1, since the 1999-00 season.
— Makes Kansas head coach Bonnie Henrickson 7-10 against ISU, 130-110 at Kansas and 288-172 for her career.
— Gives Kansas a 94-149 all-time record in Big 12 play and 727-508 mark all time.

Team Notes
— Kansas starters (career starts) – junior G Angel Goodrich (57), senior F Aishah Sutherland (66), junior F Carolyn Davis (61), junior G Monica Engelman (57) and freshman G Natalie Knight (14).
— Goodrich and Knight have started every game they have played while at Kansas.
— After falling behind 2-0, Kansas went on a 7-0 run to go ahead 7-2 early on in the contest.
— Kansas outscored Iowa State 6-1 during the final two minutes of regulation.
— KU overcame a 13-point deficit with less than 10:00 in the second half to send the contest into overtime.
— The Jayhawks played their first overtime game of the season, and their second straight versus Iowa State.
— KU saw double-overtime for the first time since they lost to Texas 85-82 during the 2009-10 season.
— The Jayhawks came out on the winning end of a double-overtime game for the first time since 2005-06, when they defeated Wisconsin 90-87 at Allen Fieldhouse.
— Bonnie Henrickson’s squad outshot the Cyclones 58.3 to 40 percent in both overtimes.

Individual Notes
— Freshman Natalie Knight scored KU’s first five points of the game.
Junior Angel Goodrich took three charges during the contest. She has now taken 17 charges in 15 games this season.
— Freshmen Chelsea Gardner and Bunny Williams saw their first career minutes during conference play. The duo played in 11 minutes combined during the contest.
— Senior F Aishah Sutherland recorded two blocks during the game which gives her a team-high 23 on the season and 124 for her career. Her 124 swats puts her two away from sole possession of second on the all-time list.
— Junior Angel Goodrich finished the game with eight assists, giving her 399 for her career. Her next assist will make her the fifth player in program history to reach the 400-assist plateau.
— Goodrich also equaled her career high in steals with seven, a total she has earned three times before.
— Junior Carolyn Davis grabbed four rebounds versus Iowa State, putting her just four away from reaching the 500-mark for her career.
— Davis also scored 21 points in the game, moving her into 17th place on the all-time Kansas scoring list with 1,166 points.
— Davis netted 18 of her 21 total points during the final 2:44 of regulation and both overtime periods.
— Freshman Natalie Knight scored 10 points in the victory, marking only the second time she has reached double digits in her young career.
— Angel Goodrich (47) and Natalie Knight (45), both set new career highs for minutes played during a game.