Feb. 2, 2008
Recap | Final Stats | Quotes |
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Saturday, February 2, 2008
Kansas’ win over IowaState…
… Makes Kansas 13-8 overall and 2-6 in Big 12 play.
… Makes Kansas 41-22 all-time against IowaState.
… Makes KU head coach Bonnie Henrickson 211-119 overall, 53-57 at Kansas and 4-4 all-time versus IowaState.
— Freshman center Krysten Boogaard scored 11 of KU’s first 13 points of the game.
— Boogaard posted the second double-double of her career with 20 points and 12 rebounds. It is the ninth time that a Jayhawk has recorded a double-double this season. Her 12 boards was a career high.
— Boogard has now scored in double figures seven times this season and marks the sixth time a Jayhawk has scored 20 or more points.
— Sophomore Danielle McCray recorded her fifth straight game with double digit points as she finished with 11. She has scored in double figures 16 times this year in 18 games played.
— Kansas collected 10 steals in the contest, its seventh outing this season with double digit steals.
— The Jayhawks are the second team to hold IowaState to 50 points or less this season. The Cyclones fell to K-State, 80-49 on Jan. 23.
— KU’s 53 points is the fewest scored in a win this season.
— This is KU’s first win over IowaState since Feb. 18, 2006. However, the Jayhawks have won three of their last five games against the Cylones.
— Kansas went 5:25 without scoring a point in the first half.
— IowaState sophomore guard Danae Stuckey is the sister of Kansas football safety Darrell Stuckey. Stucky, a Kansas City, Kan. native, finished with five points.