Jan. 22, 2005

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Kansas Postgame Notes

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Saturday, January 22, 2005

Kansas’ win over Missouri

…Makes KU 8-8 for the second straight season.

…Makes KU 1-4 in Big 12 play.

…Makes KU 35-31 all-time against Missouri.

…Makes KU 16-10 against Missouri in Lawrence.

…Gives Kansas a 7-4 record at home this season.

…Makes KU head coach Bonnie Henrickson 8-8 in her first season at Kansas and 166-70 for her career.

…Makes Kansas 605-406 all-time.


-Tonight’s victory marks Coach Bonnie Henrickson’s first career Big 12 win.

-With six assists, Erica Hallman now has 271 career assists. She is 21 assists shy of overcoming Angela Aycock for eighth place on KU’s all-time list.

-With Erica Hallman’s three-pointer in the first half, Kansas has made three-pointer in 25 straight games.

-Hallman has made multiple three-point field goals in her eleventh game this season.

-Hallman’s four three-point field goals tied her career high. This is the fourth time she has accomplished this mark.

-Hallman has scored in double figures for the ninth time this season and 26th time in her career.

-Kansas used the starting lineup of Taylor McIntosh, Crystal Kemp, Kaylee Brown, Aquanita Burras and Erica Hallman for the thirteenth straight game and thirteenth time overall this season. The fivesome is 6-7 when starting this year.

-Senior Aquanita Burras made her 73rd career start. She has started every game of her KU career.

-Burras recorded double figures in scoring for her 10th time this season and 41st of her career.

-Burras tied her season high for steals with four and tied her career for field goal attempts with 17.

-Junior Crystal Kemp’s 22 points marked the third time this season and 12th time of her career that she has scored 20 or more points in a game.

-Junior Crystal Kemp scored in double figures for the 13th time this season and 48th time of her career. She has scored in all 73 games of her career.

-Kemp notched her sixth double-double of the season and 13th of her career with 22 points and 14 rebounds.

-Kemp’s 73.3 percent field goal shooting (11-of-15) marked a Kansas high for the season with a minimum of ten field goals made.

-Kemp scored KU’s first points of the game for the seventh time this season.

-Kemp’s four assists tied a career high.

-Kemp has scored in double figures in 11 of her last 12 contests.

-Kemp’s seven offensive rebounds tied a KU season high. Taylor McIntosh also had seven offensive rebounds against Western Illinois on December 8, 2004.

-Junior Kaylee Brown failed to hit a three-pointer for only the second time this season.

-KU has held opponents under 100 points for 296 consecutive games.

-Kansas has trailed at halftime in six of 16 games this season. KU is 2-4 when trailing at the half.

-Tonight marked the eighth time this season KU has had three or more players score in double figures. Kansas is 4-4 in those contests.

-This marks the second time this season the Jayhawks have allowed 60 or more points and emerged victorious.

-Tonight is the first time this season the margin of victory was below 10 points or less.

-Kansas out rebounded Missouri 35-30 and improved to 7-1 when outrebounding its opponent this season.

-Kansas entered the night with a +2.53 turnover margin in Big 12 play. The Jayhawks ended the game +2 in turnovers and improved to 7-3 when committing fewer turnovers than their opponents this season.