Kansas 79 - Colorado 72: Postgame Notes
Feb. 16, 2010
BOULDER, Colo. –
Kansas 79 – Colorado 72
Feb. 16, 2010
Kansas‘ win against Colorado…
…Gives Kansas 15-9 mark for the first time since the 1999-2000 season.
…Improves the Jayhawks to 32-33 versus Colorado, including a 10-18 mark in games played in Boulder.
…Makes KU 86-133 all-time in Big 12 Conference action and 286-274 all-time versus current Big 12 schools.
…Improves Kansas head coach Bonnie Henrickson to 7-5 versus Colorado, and a 94-88 overall mark while at Kansas.
…Improves the Jayhawks to 4-4 in road games this season, including a 2-3 ledger in league action.
…Kansas recorded its first victory in Boulder since the 2004-05 season when the Jayhawks beat the Buffs 65-60 on their home court on Jan. 25.
…Freshman forward Carolyn Davis shot a season-best 10-for-10 from the field, which ties the Big 12 Conference record for field goal percentage in a single game. Davis is now second on KU’s all-time single-game field goal percentage list, behind Tracy Claxton who went 11-for-11 in 1982 versus Creighton.
…Davis has scored in double-digits in the last eight-consecutive games, which includes three games with 20+ points.
…Kansas made 31-of-39 free throws as a team, both of which are season highs for the Jayhawks.
…Senior guard Sade Morris scored 16 points in the contest, which included her first three-pointer since the Iowa State game on Jan. 20.
…Morris attempted a season-high 12 free throws in the game, converting on seven of them.
…Freshman guard Monica Engelman matched her career-high in steals with three and assists with six.
…Engelman was a perfect 9-for-9 from the charity stripe, marking a career-high in attempts and free throws made for the freshman.
…Engelman tallied 16 total points in the contest, marking the fourth game in a row she has scored in double digits.
…Senior guard Kelly Kohn played a season-high 15 minutes, while also tallying a season-high three rebounds.
…The Jayhawks forced 23 turnovers, which they successfully turned into 28 points. The 23 miscues are the second-most for any of KU’s opponents this season. Xavier had 24 on Nov. 26.