Postgame Notes

Jan. 30, 2013

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KANSAS STARTERS (CAREER/SEASON): Angel Goodrich (95-19), Monica Engelman (87-19), Chelsea Gardner (14-4), Carolyn Davis (89-19) and Natalie Knight (53-19).


– Improved the Jayhawks record to 13-6 overall, 4-4 in the Big 12.

– Brought head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s Kansas record to 151-127 (ninth season) and her career record to 309-189 (16th season).

– Moved the Jayhawk’s all-time record to 748-525.

– Gave KU an 11-2 record this season in Allen Fieldhouse, while the Jayhawks record increased to 26-8 against Iowa State at home. Kansas is now 45-28 against the Cyclones with Henrickson moving to 7-11.

– The last time Iowa State won in Allen Fieldhouse was Feb. 25, 2010.


– Down by 17-points with 8:48 remaining in the game, the Jayhawks went on a 27-10 run to close out regulation.

– Including today’s win, Kansas has trailed at halftime in eight of its past nine games and came out victorious in three of them.

– KU’s bench outscored ISU’s bench 17-2, making it the seventh of eight conference games the Jayhawks have done so.

– Natalie Knight became the sixth KU player (Davis, Goodrich, Engelman, Gardner and Harper) on this team to score 20+ points in a game.

– Kansas tied the game with 16 seconds remaining in play, coming back from its largest deficit of 18 at the 8:56 mark, on a three-point basket from Goodrich. This was the second tie of the game and first of the second half.

– The last time Jayhawks went to overtime was Jan. 31, 2012 when they played Oklahoma and lost by six points in Lawrence. The last extra period game Kansas won was a double-overtime affair versus Iowa State on Jan. 11, 2012, with the Jayhawks coming out on top 74-67 in Lawrence.

– The 18-point comeback marked largest deficit overcome this season resulting in a win. The previous deficit overcome was at West Virginia Jan. 5, 2013 when the Jayhawks trailed by 13 points.


– Senior guard Angel Goodrich became the 10th Jayhawk to have more than 200 career steals (204), finishing with five on the night. She recorded her first double-double of the season (sixth career) with a season high 24 points and 10 assists, also surpassing her season high (nine). Goodrich has posted double digits in 14 games, including four 20+ games, and has led the team in assists 17 times this season.

– Sophomore guard Natalie Knight scored the first 10 of the Jayhawks 12 points. She broke her three-point career high with five (5-for-9) from beyond the arc and finished with 21 points, also a career high.

– With 1:46 remaining in regulation, Knight left the game with an apparent knee injury. Team doctors have yet to announce her status.

– Senior forward Carolyn Davis led the team with nine rebounds and chipped in 15 points, scoring 10 in the second half and three in overtime.