Feb. 9, 2008
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Saturday, February 9, 2008
Kansas’ loss to KansasState…
… Makes Kansas 13-9 overall and 2-7 in Big 12 play.
… Makes Kansas 41-54 all-time against KansasState.
… Makes KU head coach Bonnie Henrickson 211-120 overall, 53-58 at Kansas and 1-7 all-time versus KansasState.
— Kansas used the same starting lineup of Ivana Catic, Sade Morris, Danielle McCray, Taylor McIntosh and Krysten Boogaard for the ninth time in the last ten games.
— Kansas was held without a basket for the first 4:26 of the first half before tying the game at 2-2 on a Krysten Boogaard layup.
— McCray and Boogaard combined to score the first 16 points for the Jayhawks before LaChelda Jacobs added a layup with 5:10 remaining in the first half. The two were then held scoreless until McCray hit a free throw with 11:29 left in the game.
— Taylor McIntosh tied a season-high with three assists – all in the first half and one off her career-high.
— Krysten Boogaard grabbed 14 rebounds and 20 points to earn her second consecutive double-double and the third of her career.
— Boogaard’s 14 boards were a career-high. Her eight defensive rebounds also matched her career-best.
— Boogaard is the first Jayhawk to post back-to-back 20 point games this season.
— For the second straight game, McCray matched a season-high with 39 minutes of action. It is the third time this year that she has reached that mark.
— KU out-rebounded the Wildcats 41-32. It is the 15th time this season the Jayhawks have held the rebounding advantage. They are now 11-4 in those games.
— Kansas was held without a three-point field goal for the first time in 18 games. Kansas was last three-pointless when in their 69-64 win vs. Drake on 11/23/07.