Feb. 2, 2013
KANSAS STARTERS (CAREER/SEASON): Angel Goodrich (96-20), Monica Engelman (88-20), Chelsea Gardner (15-5), Carolyn Davis (90-20) and CeCe Harper (12-1).
– Improved the Jayhawks record to 14-6 overall, 5-4 in the Big 12.
– Brought head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s Kansas record to 152-127 (ninth season) and her career record to 310-189 (16th season).
– Moved the Jayhawk’s all-time record to 749-525.
– Increased Kansas’ record to 44-63 all-time in the series against the Wildcats.
– Gave KU its first win in 11 games at Bramlage Coliseum for a 14-30 record.
– The last time the Jayhawks were victorious in Manhattan, Kan. was Jan. 27, 2001 when they defeated the Wildcats, 65-62; it was also the last time KU swept the regular-season series.
– Six lead changes and six ties occurred during the first half.
– In the Jayhawks’ past 10 games, they have led only once at halftime but have been victorious in five of their games.
– Kansas went on an 11-2 run at the 16:33 mark to take their first lead in the second half, 42-39, with 13:23 remaining. Davis scored nine of KU’s 11 points during the run.
– Kansas scored 34 of its 54 points in the paint during the second half and in double-overtime.
– When the two teams met Jan. 2, 2013, only four lead changes and ties occurred, where as this afternoon KU and KSU swapped the lead 24 times and tied 19 times.
– The Jayhawk defense held the Wildcats’ bench to two points and during their last meeting KSU’s bench scored 11 points.
– Kansas’ last double-overtime was Jan.11, 2012 against Iowa State when the Jayhawks defeated the Cyclones, 74-67.
– KU had its largest lead since the first half at the 3:55 mark during the second overtime, 78-74. The Jayhawks also had their biggest lead of the game (nine) during double overtime with 25 seconds remaining.
– Five players (Boyd, Davis, Gardner, Engelman, Goodrich) scored in double-figures and the last time five Jayhawks posted 10+ in one game was earlier this season against Kansas State on Jan. 2, 2013. (Goodrich, Knight, Davis, Engelman, Harper)
– Senior forward Carolyn Davis became the eighth Jayhawk, surpassing Crystal Kemp, to score more than 1,637 career points. Davis led the team with, her season high, 29 points and now has 1,624 career points. She posted her fifth 20+ point game this season and her eighteenth double-digit game.
– Sophomore forward Chelsea Gardner posted 19 points on the night and grabbed five rebounds, four defensively.
– Senior guard Monica Engelman tied her season high, for the third time this season, with 12 points and tied for the most rebounds with nine.
– Sophomore guard Asia Boyd scored a career-high three baskets from beyond the arc (three-for-five) and chipped in 11 for the Jayhawks.