Feb. 16, 2005
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Kansas 53, No. 15 Texas Tech 66
February 16, 2005
Kansas’ loss to Texas Tech …
…Makes the Jayhawks 11-12 for the first time since the 1988-89 season.
…Drops KU to 4-8 in the Big 12.
…Makes KU’s all time series record against Texas Tech 3-8.
…Makes the Jayhawks 2-3 against the Lady Raiders in Lawrence.
…Makes Kansas 8-6 at home this season.
…Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record at KU 11-12 and 169-74 all time.
…Makes KU 608-410 all time.
-Kansas’ 16 first half points marks a season low.
-Kansas falls to 0-5 against ranked opponents this season.
-The Jayhawk’s 21-point halftime deficit is a season high. The previous high was 14.
-Senior Aquanita Burras started her 80th consecutive game. She has started every game of her career.
-With her 19 points, Senior Crystal Kemp becomes KU’s 18th all time 1,000 point scorer. Kemp is the first to reach this milestone since Jaclyn Johnson, Brooke Reves and Jennifer Jackson all accomplished this feat during the 2000-01 season.
-Kemp also becomes only the 11th player in KU history to surpass 1,000 points and 500 rebounds.
-Kemp notched her eighth double-double of the season and 15th of her career.
-Kansas used the starting lineup of Burras, Kemp, junior Kaylee Brown, junior Erica Hallman and freshman Taylor McIntosh for the 20th time this season. The Jayhawks are now 9-11 when using this fivesome.
-Kemp’s first half trey extended the Jayhawk’s streak to 32 straight games with a three-pointer.
-Hallman’s five assists puts her in a tie with Mary Myers for sixth place on the all time list with 310 career dimes.
-Hallman also now sits just three three-pointers away from passing Kay Kay Hart (50 treys made in 1992) for the sixth most three-pointers made in a season.
-Texas Tech’s 56.8 field-goal percentage is an opponent season high. The previous high was 55.6 percent by Texas on January 5th.
-The last time Kansas went unblemished from the charity stripe (min. five attempts) was February 28th, 2004 vs. Nebraska when the Jayhawks connected on all six of their free throws. Kansas was 7-7 tonight.
-Kansas has now forced 20 or more turnovers in six games this season.
-The Jayhawk’s 22 turnovers were one short of a season high.
-Kemp tied a career high with one three-pointer.
-Brown was held scoreless for the first time this season.
-The Lady Raider’s three-point field-goal percentage of .50 marks an opponent season high.
-Kansas’ seven three-point attempts is a season low. The previous mark was eight.
-This marks the fourth time this season and in her fourth in her career that Kemp has played all 40 minutes.
-The Jayhawks are now 10-4 on the season when outrebounding its opponent.
-Sophomore Sharita Smith’s four free throws made was a career high. Her four attempts tie her career high.