KU Postgame Notes
Feb. 14, 2007
Missouri 67, Kansas 57
Feb. 14, 2007
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— Freshman Danielle McCray made her first career start as a Jayhawk.
— McCray set a career-high in rebounds with 11, breaking her previous mark of 10 set last game against <?xml:namespace prefix=”st1″ ns=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags”?>Texas.
— Trailing 8-0 to begin the game, Kansas embarked on a 15-0 run that would span the next five and a half minutes. The Jayhawks shot 7-for-11 during the run after starting the game 0-for-5.
— Senior Shaq Mosley set a career-high with 22 points along with a career-high in field goal attempts with 22. Her previous high in points was 20 against Colorado just two games ago. Mosley has averaged 19.8 points a game over her last four home contests.
— The Jayhawks had a scoring drought of 6:07 in the second half allowing the Tigers to go on a 10-0 run to pull away with the game.
— Senior Sharita Smith set a season-high and tied a career-high in steals with 3. She also had three steals against Denver on Nov. 30, 2004.
— Freshman Kelly Kohn was held scoreless for the first time in her collegiate career. She was able to add three rebounds and three assists.
— The Jayhawks outrebounded the Tigers, 44-38. Kansas was able to corral 17 offensive rebounds, seven by senior Taylor McIntosh.
— Kansas outscored Missouri in fast break points, 14-6.
— Staying in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the M&M Girls (McCray, McIntosh, Morris and Mosley) accounted for the Jayhawks first 23 points of the game and 45 of the 57 points in the game for Jayhawks.