Kansas 69 - Oklahoma 81: Postgame Notes
Jan. 23, 2010
NORMAN, Okla. –
Kansas 69, Oklahoma 81
Jan. 23, 2010
Kansas‘ loss to Oklahoma…
…Drops Kansas to 1-4 in Big 12 play for the second time in the last three seasons.
…Ties the all-time series between KU and OU at 27-27.
…Makes Kansas 82-131 in Big 12 action and 282-272 all-time versus current Big 12 Conference schools.
…Drops Kansas head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record at KU to 90-86 and her overall mark to 248-148.
— Freshman Monica Engelman had a career-high in points (12) and rebounds (6). Engelman has now scored in double digits in back-to-back Big 12 outings.
— Engelman was 5-of-8 from the floor, which also marked a career-high in field goals made. Two of those field goals were from long range, marking the fourth time in her career she has hit two from beyond the arc in a single game.
— Freshman Carolyn Davis scored a career-high 14 points, one higher than her previous career-high set on Jan. 17 in the win over Missouri.
— Davis went to the free-throw line nine times in the game, making six of those nine attempts for another career-high.
— Senior Sade Morris, who hails from Norman, Okla., led the Jayhawks for the second-consecutive game and fourth time this season. She scored 17 points, 15 of which came in the second half.
— Sophomore Aishah Sutherland tallied 13 points on 6-of-10 shooting.
— Senior Danielle McCray was held to just seven points, as she got into foul trouble early and eventually fouled-out with four minutes remaining in the contest. This marks the second-straight game McCray has scored in single digits. She had scored 10 or more points in her previous 30 outings.
— Oklahoma’s 81 points are the most scored against KU all season. No team has reached the 80-point mark since the Jayhawks’ first contest of the 2009-10 season on Nov. 15, when Oral Roberts scored exactly 80. Kansas won that game 106-80.
— Oklahoma attempted 67 field goals in the game, which is the second-most attempts for any team the Jayhawks have faced this year. Oklahoma State attempted 69 in its victory over KU on Jan. 12.
— Kansas has now lost 13-straight games to the Sooners. KU’s last victory against Oklahoma was on Feb. 20, 1999 in Lawrence, Kan., when the Jayhawks came away with a 58-54 win.