Feb. 13, 2005

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Kansas Postgame Notes
Kansas 76, Colorado 54
February 13, 2005

Kansas’ win over Colorado
…Makes Kansas 11-11 for the first time since the 1988-89 season.
…Makes KU 27-28 all time against Colorado, and 13-11 all-time against the Buffaloes in Lawrence..
…Marks the first win over Colorado in Lawrence since Jan. 15, 2000.
…Makes the Jayhawks 4-7 in Big 12 play.
…Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record 11-11 at KU and 169-73 in her career.
…Makes the Jayhawks 608-409 all-time.

-Kansas’ season sweep of both Colorado and Missouri marks the first time since the 1999-00 season that the Jayhawks swept two Big 12 teams in the same year.
-Kansas’ 22 point margin of victory is the largest against a conference opponent since the Jayhawks defeated Oklahoma 92-69 on March 1, 1997.
-Kansas’ four conference victories are the most since 2000-01 when the team won five league games.
-Kansas has now held all 11 of its Big 12 opponents under their season scoring average.
-Kansas’ 76 points are a season-high in Big 12 games.
-The Jayhawk’s eight three pointers marked a season-high.
-Kansas has now forced 20 or more turnovers in six games this season.
-The Jayhawks’ 48.3 field goal percentage was their fourth highest this season.
-Kansas’ 11 steals tied a season-high.
-The Jayhawks’ 14 bench points were a season-high in Big 12 play.
-Kansas’ seven blocked shots marked a season-high.
-Colorado’s 10 assists are the second fewest given up by the Jayhawks this season in Big 12 games.
-Senior Aquanita Burras started her team best 79th straight game. She has started every game of her career.
-The Jayhwaks used the starting lineup of Burras, senior Crystal Kemp, freshman Taylor McIntosh, junior Eric Hallman and junior Kaylee Brown for the 19th time this season. Kansas is now 9-10 when using this fivesome.
-The Jayhawks have now outscored their opponents by a combined total of 671-580 in the first half this season.
-Kansas is now 10-3 this season when outrebounding its opponent and 9-4 when committing fewer turnovers.
-Kansas is now 9-4 this season when leading at halftime.
-With her eight assists, Hallman becomes just the seventh Jayhawk to surpass 300 career dimes. Hallman is now 5 assists away from passing Mary Myers (310 assists) for sixth place all time.
-Brown’s first half trey extended Kansas’ streak to 31 straight games with a three pointer.
-Hallman has now hit multiple three-pointers in 16 games this season.
-Hallman’s four three point field goals tied a career-high.
-McIntosh’s four free-throws and five free-throw attempts both tied career-highs.
-With her 17 points, Kemp is now just one point shy of becoming KU’s 18th all-time 1,000 point scorer.
-Kemp has scored in double figures in 17 games this season.
-Burras tied a career-high with two blocked shots.