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Jan. 12, 2005

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#24/24 Iowa State 70, Kansas 37
January 12, 2005

Kansas’ loss to Iowa State…
…Makes KU 7-7 for the first time since the 2002-03 season.
…Makes KU 0-3 in Big 12 play.
…Narrows KU’s all-time series record over Iowa State to 38-19.
…Makes the Jayhawks 20-6 all-time against the Cyclones in Lawrence, Kan.
…Makes KU 0-4 against ranked opponents this season.
…Gives the Jayhawks a three game losing streak.
…Makes KU 6-4 at home this season.
…Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson 7-7 at KU and 165-69 overall.
…Makes the Jayhawks 604-405 all time.

– Senior Aquanita Burras started her team-best 71st straight game. She has started every game of her KU career.
– Junior Crystal Kemp tied a career-high with four blocks.
– Sophomore Alicia Rhymes tied a career-high with one steal.
– Kemp (nine rebounds) led the Jayhawks in rebounding for the eighth time this season.
– With her seven points tonight, Kemp is now 98 points shy of becoming the 17th woman in Kansas basketball history to score 1,000 points.
– The 31 first half points by the Cyclones were the most by a KU opponent in the first half since Creighton netted 34 points against the Jayhawks on Dec. 21, 2004.
– The 14 point halftime deficit for the Jayhawks was the largest halftime deficit of the season.
– The 33 point loss was the largest margin of defeat since Kansas lost to then 11th ranked Texas 89-47 on Feb. 8, 2003.
– Kansas recorded a season-high with five blocks.
– KU recorded season-lows in points (37), field goals (13), field goal percentage (25), free throw percentage (43.8) and assists (seven).
– Iowa State recorded opponent season-highs in points (70), three pointers (nine), three point attempts (23), three point percentage (39.1), rebounds (47) and defensive rebounds (35).
– Iowa State’s Mary Fox tied an opponent season-high with three three pointers.