Kansas Postgame Notes
Jan. 31, 2007
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Jan. 31, 2007
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— The Jayhawks used the starting lineup of Shaq Mosley, Kelly Kohn, Sharita Smith, Porschea Weddington and Taylor McIntosh for the fifth consecutive game. This lineup combination has been used five times, the most this season for the Jayhawks.
— Shaq Mosley set a career-high in assists with 11. She tied her previous career high of eight at halftime. She fell one point shy of her career high in points and two rebounds shy of her career high in rebounds.
— Mosley has now averaged 16.4 points, 7.4 rebounds and 5 assists over her last five games.
— The Jayhawks led at halftime, 31-29, marking their first lead at the intermission during Big 12 play.
— Danielle McCray’s 15 points marks the fifth time in the last six games that she has recorded double figures in points.
— Taylor McIntosh scored 16 points, tying her career high that she set in the previous game against Nebraska.
— LaChelda Jacobs tied her career high in rebounds with seven.
— The Jayhawks went on an 11-4 run late in the second half capped off by two Shaq Mosley free throws to tie the game at 63.
— The Kansas bench outscored the Texas Tech bench, 24-20. This marked the eighth time in the last nine games where the Jayhawks bench has outscored their opponents.
— The Jayhawks were a perfect seven of seven from the free-throw line in the second half. They finished the game shooting 82 percent from the free-throw line which is their highest mark in a Big 12 game.