Feb. 15, 2006

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Nebraska 65, Kansas 57

February 15, 2006

Kansas’ loss to Nebraska…

-Makes the Jayhawks 14-9 overall and 3-9 in Big 12 play.

-Makes KU 44-24 all-time against Nebraska, including a 23-7 mark in Lawrence.

-Gives Nebraska its second-straight win over the Jayhawks.

-Makes Kansas 14-3 at home this season.

-Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record 26-25 at KU and 184-87 in her career.

-Makes the Jayhawks 623-423 all-time.


– With her 19 points, senior Crystal Kemp moved into eighth place on Kansas’ all-time points list, passing Angie Halbleib.

– Kemp also entered seventh place on KU’s all-time field goals attempted list. Her 12 tries tonight give her 1,163 in her career.

– Kemp recorded the 86th block of her career, moving her into eighth place on Kansas’ career list.

– By playing 39 minutes against the `Huskers, Kemp moved into ninth place on Kansas’ all-time minutes played list, passing Halbleib.

– Senior Kaylee Brown vaulted into eighth place on Kansas’ single-season three pointers made list with her three treys tonight. She now has 52 this season, tying Halbleib.

– Brown moved into a 10th place tie with Suzi Raymant on KU’s single-season three pointers attempted list with her six tries tonight.

– Brown also tied a career high with five rebounds.

– After being held scoreless in the first half, Brown went on to score 11 points in the second frame.

– Senior Erica Hallman moved into a sixth-place tie on KU’s single season three-pointers made list with her single make tonight. She is now tied with Suzi Raymant on the list with 53 this season.

– Hallman moved into 16th place on KU’s all-time scoring list with her 15 points tonight, passing Jennifer Jackson.

– Hallman passed Sandy Shaw to move into eighth place on Kansas’ single-season three pointers attempted list with her six tonight, giving her 134 this season.

– Hallman also tied her career best with eight free throws made tonight. She was perfect from the line.

– Freshman Marija Zinic recorded a career high with her three assists, surpassing her previous best of one.

– Junior Sharita Smith tied her career high with three assists.

– Kansas held Nebraska scoreless for a stretch of nearly six minutes late in the second half.

– KU went a perfect 13-of-13 from the free throw line, marking the second time this year that the team has gone unblemished from the charity stripe.

– The Jayhawks’ two steals were a season low.