Kansas vs. Texas A&M Postgame Notes
Jan. 15, 2006
Kansas Postgame Notes
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… Makes the Jayhawks 12-3 to start the season.
… Gives KU a 1-3 record in Big 12 play.
… Gives KU a three-game losing streak.
… Makes KU 7-4 all-time against Texas A&M.
… Gives the Aggies their third straight win over the Jayhawks.
… Makes KU 12-1 at Allen Fieldhouse this season.
… Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson 24-19 at Kansas and 182-81 in her career.
… Makes the Jayhawks 621-417 all-time.
– Senior guard Kaylee Brown set a new career high with 20 points. She also tied a career high with her seven field goals.
– Senior guard Erica Hallman’s six assists vaulted her into a tie with Jennifer Jackson for second place all-time on the KU career list, giving her 390 for her career.
– Senior forward Crystal Kemp’s 27 points, one off of her career high, marked her eighth 20+ point game of the season and 21st of her career.
– Kemp also set a new career-high in field goal attempts (20) and tied a career-high in field goals (12).
– Sophomore forward Taylor McIntosh’s four assists tied a career high and set a new season high.
– The Jayhawks extended their streak of consecutive games with a three-pointer to 52 contests.
– KU tied a season high with its 20 turnovers.
– Texas A&M set a KU opponent season low with its four offensive rebounds.
– The Aggies’ Morenike Atunrase set a KU opponent season high with her 29 points and five three-pointers. She also tied a KU opponent-high with her five blocked shots.
– Texas A&M set a new opponent season high in field goal percentage, shooting 54.7% on 29-53 shooting, free throw percentage (87.5%) on 14-16 shooting and blocked shots (seven). The Aggies also tied a KU opponent season-high with its nine steals and its 41 points in the second half.