Feb. 1, 2006
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Kansas 71, Colorado 77
February 1, 2006
Kansas’ loss to Colorado…
…Makes the Jayhawks 13-6 overall and 2-6 in Big 12 play.
…Give KU its sixth loss in the last seven games.
…Makes Kansas 27-30 all time against Colorado, including a 13-12 mark in Lawrence.
…Gives Colorado its second straight win over Kansas.
…Makes the Jayhawks 13-2 at home this season.
…Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record 25-22 at KU and 183-84 in her career.
…Makes the Jayhawks 622-420 all time.
– With her jumper at 16:54 in the first half, Senior Crystal Kemp moved into ninth place on KU’s all time scoring list, passing Angie Halbleib. With her 15 points on Wednesday, Kemp now has 1,443 in her career.
– By tallying eight rebounds, Kemp moved into a 10th-place tie on Kansas’ all-time list with Charisse Sampson with 733.
– Kemp’s 15 points also extended her streak of consecutive double-digit scoring games to 20, dating back to last season.
– After trailing by 12 at the break, KU started the second half on a 10-2 run to creep within four of the Buffaloes.
– Senior Kaylee Brown’s three 3-pointers marked the 14th time this season that she has made multiple treys in a single contest.
– Brown also recorded career highs in points (24), field goals attempted (12), free throws made (five) and free throws attempted (five).
– Freshman guard Ivana Catic’s nine assists were one shy of her career high and marked the fifth time this season that she has tallied at least nine dimes.
– Colorado’s 61.9 percent field goal shooting was the highest of any Kansas opponent this season.
– KU’s 22 rebounds were a season low with the previous low being 25 against Baylor.
– Wednesday marked the first time this season that Kansas went unblemished from the free-throw line, connecting on all eight attempts from the stripe.
– With its 17 assists on Wednesday, Kansas now has recorded 15 or more assists 13 times this season.
– Seniors Kemp, Brown and Erica Hallman each played the entire 40 minutes, marking the seventh, third, and third time that each has been on the court for an entire regulation game this year, respectively.
– CU’s four offensive rebounds tied an opponent low for the Jayhawks.
With its 20 turnovers, Colorado became the fourth team this season to commit at least that many against KU.