Postgame Notes

Jan. 18, 2012

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Postgame Notes
Kansas 65, Oklahoma State 60
January 18, 2012

Kansas’ Win…
— Makes Kansas 4-1 in conference play for the first time since the 1996-97 season.
— Gives the Jayhawks a 4-1 mark in road games this season, including 3-0 in Big 12 play.
— Improves KU to 31-24 all-time versus Oklahoma State, including 13-10 in games played in Stillwater.
— Gives Kansas its third-straight win in Gallagher-Iba Arena.

–Improves Kansas head coach Bonnie Henrickson to 5-6 against OSU, 132-110 at Kansas and 290-172 for her career.
— Gives Kansas a 96-149 all-time record in Big 12 play.
— Makes KU 729-508 all time.

Team Notes
— Kansas starters (career starts) – junior G Angel Goodrich (59), senior F Aishah Sutherland (68), junior F Carolyn Davis (63), junior G Monica Engelman (60) and freshman G Natalie Knight (17).
— Goodrich and Knight have started every game they have played while at Kansas.
— KU led at halftime (33-27) for the 15th time in 17 games.
— KU’s five starters scored all 65 of the team’s total points vs. Oklahoma State: Goodrich (9), Sutherland (15), Engelman (13), Davis (18) and Knight (10).

— All five starters had least five points during the contest for the sixth time this season (last at Missouri, 1-15-12).

Individual Notes
— Senior F Aishah Sutherland pulled down 22 rebounds against the Cowgirls. It was the first time a KU player has amassed 20 or more rebounds since Tracey Claxton pulled down 28 caroms vs. Pacific Christian on Nov. 21, 1981.

— Sutherland scored 15 points at Gallagher-Iba Arena, her 14th game in double-figures during 2011-12. Combined with her 22 rebounds tonight, she also recorded her fifth double-double of the season. She now needs just three points to reach the 1,000-point mark for her KU career.

— Sutherland played a new season and career-high 40 minutes during the contest, besting her previous high of 39 minutes, played twice previously in her Kansas career (last vs. Western Michigan, 11-13-11).
— Junior G Angel Goodrich finished the game with four assists, giving her 409 for her career. She now sits at No. 4 on the all-time Kansas career assists list, passing Ivana Catic’s 406, dished out from 2006-09.

— Junior F Carolyn Davis grabbed two rebounds in the first half versus Oklahoma State, attaining the 500-mark for her career. With four rebounds overall tonight, she now has 503 for her career. She also became the 14th Jayhawk in program history to collect at least 1,000 points and 500 rebounds during her time at KU.
— Davis also scored 18 points in the game, marking the 10th time this season she has led the Jayhawks in scoring. She has recorded 10+ points in 15 of 17 games in her junior year, moving her up the all-time Kansas scoring list into 15th place with 1,211 points. She sits behind former Jayhawk and Oklahoma native Sade Morris (1,276 from 2007-10) who was in attendance Wednesday evening.

— Junior G Monica Engelman was on the hardwood nearly the entire game (38 minutes), chipping in 13 points for the Crimson and Blue, nine of which she scored in the first half. It marked the eighth time this season the San Antonio, Texas, native contributed double-figure points.

— Engelman handed out five assists during the contest, tying her season high set versus Oral Roberts on Dec. 21. It is the first time this season the guard has led the Jayhawks in the assist category.

— Freshman G Natalie Knight made two of three attempts from beyond the arc, matching her season high in three-point field goals made, set earlier this month with two vs. Iowa State (1-12-12).