Postgame Notes

Jan. 31, 2012

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Postgame Notes
Oklahoma 74, No. 25 Kansas 68
January 31, 2012

Kansas’ loss vs. Oklahoma
–Gives Oklahoma its fifteenth-straight win against KU and makes the all-time series 30-27 in favor of the Sooners.
–Makes coach Bonnie Henrickson 0-9 versus OU, 133-113 at Kansas and 291-175 for her career.
–Gives Kansas a 97-152 all-time record in Big 12 play.
–Makes KU 730-511 all time.

Team Notes
— Kansas starters (career starts) – junior G Angel Goodrich (62), senior F Aishah Sutherland (71), junior F Carolyn Davis (66), junior G Monica Engelman (63) and freshman G Natalie Knight (21).
— Goodrich and Knight have started every game they have played while at Kansas.
–The Jayhawks led at the half for the 17th time in 2011-12, as Goodrich hit a last second three-pointer giving Kansas a 27-25 lead into the break.
–Junior G Monica Engelman hit a late three-pointer to send the Jayhawks into overtime for the second time in 2011-12.
–The Jayhawks are now 11-3 in overtime games under head coach Bonnie Henrickson.
–The overtime loss to Oklahoma marks only the second time in 2011-12 Kansas has lost a contest when they led at the half.
–Coming off a loss at Baylor, the loss to Oklahoma is the first time that Kansas has lost back-to-back games in 2011-12

Individual Notes
–Junior G Angel Goodrich drew her 22nd charge in 21 games this season.
–Goodrich led Kansas in scoring for the 3rd time this season with 18
–Junior F Carolyn Davis recorded two blocks vs. Oklahoma. She has nine contests with multiple swats this season and six-straight games with at least one block.
–Goodrich pulled down a team-high 9 rebounds, leading the team for only the second time this season and tying her career-high.
–Sophomore G CeCe Harper and junior G Monica Engelman each grabbed three steals to lead the team. Harper led the Jayhawks in steals for the third time in 2011-12, while Engelman led Kansas for the second time.
–Junior G Angel Goodrich collected double-digit points for the 14th time this year and the 25th of her career, scoring 18 points vs. Oklahoma.
–Goodrich’s six assists gave the guard 20 games with at least five dimes and 55 for her career.