Postgame Notes

Jan. 25, 2012

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Postgame Notes
Kansas 62, Texas Tech 43
January 25, 2012

Kansas’ win vs. Texas Tech
— Made KU 16-3 on the season and 5-2 in Big 12 play, its best conference start since 1999-2000 when the team also began 5-2.
— Ended a 12-game losing streak against the Red Raiders and made the all-time series 14-4 in favor of Texas Tech.
— Gave head coach Bonnie Henrickson her first victory against Texas Tech, improving to 1-8 against the Red Raiders.
— Made Coach Henrickson’s record 133-111 at Kansas and 291-173 for her career.
— Improved the Jayhawks to 12-2 at home this season.
— Made KU 2-1 against ranked opponents this season.
— Gave Kansas a 97-150 all-time record in Big 12 play and a 730-509 mark all time.

Team Notes
— Kansas starters (career starts) – junior G Angel Goodrich (60), senior F Aishah Sutherland (69), junior F Carolyn Davis (64), junior G Monica Engelman (61) and freshman G Natalie Knight (18).
— Goodrich and Knight have started every game they have played while at Kansas.
— Kansas opened the game on an 8-0 run in the first three minutes and never trailed in the contest.
— KU held Texas Tech to 29.7 percent from the field. Kansas has held all 19 of their opponents under 50 percent shooting this season.
— Kansas had 19 assists as a team compared to Texas Tech’s three.
— The Jayhawks tied a season-high with nine blocks.

Individual Notes
— Prior to the game, senior F Aishah Sutherland received a game ball from Bonnie Henrickson to recognize her becoming the 24th Jayhawk in program history to surpass 1,000 career points, which she did against Texas A&M.
— Junior F Carolyn Davis scored 20 of Kansas’ 30 first-half points, including 12 straight prior to the intermission.
— Davis finished the game with 34 points, the most by a Big 12 player in any game this season and the most by a Jayhawk since Davis scored 38 against Duquesne on March 19, 2011.
— Davis made nine consecutive field goal attempts to finish the game.
— Senior F Aishah Sutherland had a career-high six blocks, surpassing her previous total of four, which she had achieved twice.
— Sutherland had a game-high seven rebounds to move her into 10th place on KU’s all-time career rebounds list with 789.
— Junior G Angel Goodrich had nine assists in the game to give her 147 for the year, which currently ranks seventh for the most in KU history for a single season.
— Goodrich drew two charges from Texas Tech players. She has now taken 21 charges in 19 games.
— Junior G Monica Engelman had seven rebounds to tie Sutherland for the most in the game, marking the first time Engelman has led the team in that category this season.
— Engelman had five assists, the third time she has reached that mark in a game this season.