Jayhawks Host Missouri in Valentine's Day Border Showdown

Feb. 12, 2007

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Date: Wednesday, Feb. 14

Tip-Off: 7:05 p.m.

Location: Lawrence, Kan.

Venue: Allen Fieldhouse

Capacity: 16,300

Series: KU leads 37-33

Series in Lawrence: KU leads 17-10

Last Meeting: Feb. 25, 2006: KU 81, MU 71 ot

Current Win Streak: 1, Kansas

KU Coach: Bonnie Henrickson

Record: 195-107 overall and 37-45 at KU

vs. MU: 3-2

MU Coach: Cindy Stein

Record: 212-142 overall and 147-117 at MU

vs. KU: 10-9

Jayhawk Radio Network

Play-by-Play: Brian Hanni

Color Analyst: Brenda VanLengen

Metro Sports

Play-by-Play: Nate Bukaty

Color Analyst: Patti Phillips


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Live Stats

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Kansas begins a three-game homestand on Wednesday, Feb. 14 against Missouri. The Border Showdown will tip-off at 7 p.m. Metro Sports will air the game tape-delayed at 10:30 p.m. A victory over the Tigers would tie the Border Showdown at 8.5 points per school.


-Valentine’s Date Night: buy one ticket, get one free

-Fans will receive a Fan Banner courtesy of LawrenceMemorialHospital

-One fan will have a chance to win $25,000 during halftime


Shaquina Mosley hit both game-winning shots in KU’s two victories last week over Colorado and Texas … Freshman Kelly Kohn’s 1.77 assist-to-turnover ration in Big 12 games is the best in the league … Freshman Danielle McCray posted her first career double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds against Texas … Junior Taylor McIntosh’s .583 field goal percentage in Big 12 games ranks second … KU’s freshmen class has scored 809 of the Jayhawks’ 1,421 points this season (57 percent) … Rookies Kelly Kohn (10.2) and Danielle McCray (9.2) lead the Jayhawks in scoring … Kansas has four players (Kelly Kohn, Danielle McCray, LaChelda Jacobs and Sade Morris) in the top 16 in scoring among Big 12 freshmen … Kansas’ bench has out-scored its opponents non-starters 568-331 this season … Kansas leads the all-time series 37-33 and is 17-10 against the Tigers in Lawrence … Last season’s matchup in Lawrence was won by Kansas, 81-71, in overtime … Since 2004, Kansas leads the series 4-3.


Missouri enters Wednesday’s contest looking to snap a four-game losing streak … The Tigers went 12-1 in non-conference games but are 2-9 in the Big 12 … Missouri’s two conference victories came at home against Iowa State and Colorado … MU is 0-5 on the road in Big 12 games this season and 3-6 overall … EeTisha Riddle leads the Tigers in scoring (16.2), rebounds (7.7) and blocks … Tiffany Brooks (13.6), Alyssa Hollins (12.0) and Carlynn Savant (11.3) are also averaging double-figures in scoring … The Tigers are the best free throw shooting team in the Big 12 (.794) … Missouri’s defensive field goal and 3-point field goal percentage ranks last in the league … Riddle’s 16.2 points per game ranks fifth in the Big 12 while her 7.7 rebounds per game ranks seventh … Riddle is averaging 17.5 points against Big 12 opponents … Savant leads the Big 12 in free throw percentage (.918).


Event Winner KU MU

Volleyball MU, 3-0 — 1.5

Women’s Soccer KU, 4-0 3 —

Women’s Big 12 Cross Country Championship MU, 7th — 1

Men’s Big 12 Cross Country Championship KU, 3rd 1 —

Women’s Swimming MU, 187-111 — 1.5

Volleyball MU, 3-1 — 1.5

Football MU, 42-17 — 3

Men’s basketball KU, 80-77 1.5 —

Men’s basketball KU, 92-74 1.5 —

Totals 7.0 8.5


A layup with 0.4 seconds remaining in regulation by senior Shaquina Mosley lifted the University of Kansas over the University of Texas, 50-49, Saturday in Austin, Texas.

Trailing by one, Kansas called its’ final timeout with 13-seconds remaining. Mosley had a jump shot blocked out of bounds, forcing the officials to look at the TV monitor to see if any time was remaining on the clock. After review, KU was awarded 0.4 seconds.

Head Coach Bonnie Henrickson inserted Ivana Catic into the game for the first time to in-bound the ball. The sophomore found Mosley wide open under the basket for the game-winning layup as time expired.

Freshman Kelly Kohn led the Jayhawks with 17 points. Fellow freshman Danielle McCray scored 15 points and pulled down 10 rebounds for her first career double-double.


Kansas will face KansasState in a Sunflower State Showdown on Sunday, Feb. 18. The Jayhawks and Wildcats will tip-off at 1 p.m. The contest will be broadcast nationally on Fox Sports Net.