Postgame Notes

Feb. 12, 2012

Recap | Final Stats

Postgame Notes
Kansas 43, Kansas State 47
February 12, 2012

Kansas’ Loss at Kansas State…
–Makes the all-time series 62-42 in favor of Kansas State.

–Gives KSU its 11th-straight win versus KU in Manhattan.

–Drops Kansas to 3-3 in conference road games.

–Gives coach Bonnie Henrickson a 2-13 record against Kansas State, 134-115 at Kansas and 292-177 for her career.

–Gives Kansas a 731-512 all-time record, including 98-153 in Big 12 play.

Team Notes

Kansas Starters (career starts): G Angel Goodrich (66), G Natalie Knight (24), G Monica Engelman (67), F Carolyn Davis (70), F Aishah Sutherland (75).

–The Jayhawks’ 17 points in the first half tied a season low. KU also had 17 points in its first half at Baylor on Jan. 28. Additionally, Kansas’ 43 points were also a season low.

–KU trailed (21-17) at the half for the sixth time this season and is 1-5 when down after the first 20 minutes.

–Kansas was forced to play without its leading scorer for the last 36 minutes of the game after junior forward Carolyn Davis suffered in injury at 16:25 and did not return.

–Kansas held K-State to one made three-pointer. The Wildcats are third in the Big 12 average just over five per outing.

–The Jayhawks held KSU’s leading scorer, Brittany Chambers (15.6 ppg), to seven points in Sunday’s game.

–KU held a 41-27 advantage on the boards. Its +14 rebound margin is its best since out-did Sam Houston State by 24 rebounds on Dec. 28.

Individual Notes

–Senior F Aishah Sutherland collected a team-high 17 rebounds at Kansas State for her ninth contest with double-digit rebounds this season and 14th time leading the Jayhawks in that category.

–Sutherland also added 12 points for her second-straight double-double and seventh in 2011-12.

–Sutherland led the team in steals for the fifth time with four thefts. She has five contests with four or more steals and is second on the team with 41 steals this year.

–Junior G Angel Goodrich finished with double-figure points for the sixth time in the last seven games as she scored a team-high 13. She has led the team in scoring in three of the last four games.

–Freshman F Chelsea Gardner scored seven points for her highest output in Big 12 play. She did so in a personal-high 23 minutes of floor time.

–Freshman F Bunny Williams saw eight minutes of floor time to tie her conference best.