Feb. 18, 2007
Kansas 82, Kansas State 74
Feb. 18, 2007
— The Kansas victory marks the Jayhawks first win over the Wildcats since Jan. 27, 2001 in Manhattan. The win also marked Bonnie Henrickson’s first win over Kansas State in her career.<?xml:namespace prefix=”o” ns=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office”?>
— The game lasted two overtimes and there were 13 lead changes and nine ties throughout the game. The Jayhawks last double overtime game was on Dec. 11, 2005 against Wisconsin at Allen Fieldhouse. Kansas is now 5-0 in overtime games under Coach Bonnie Henrickson.
— Kansas used a 12-0 run during the second overtime to seal the victory. Danielle McCray scored 7 of the 12 points scored during the run.
— The Jayhawks set several season-highs as a team. They set season highs in three point field goals made with 10 and free throws attempted with 29. Kansas’ 82 points tied its 82-point effort against Northern Illinois.
— Senior Shaq Mosley set two different career highs in the game and came within one assist shy of recording the Jayhawks first triple-double since 1995. She set a career high with 14 rebounds and 3 blocks. Mosley is finishing her career in style particularly at home where she has averaged 20 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 5.6 assists over her last five home games.
— Three Jayhawks set career-highs in minutes. Shaq Mosley played 50 minutes and freshmen Danielle McCray and Kelly Kohn both played 47 minutes.
— McCray set a career-high in points with 25 breaking her previous high of 19 against California earlier this season. McCray also set a career-high mark in three pointers with six and tied a career high with 10 rebounds.
— Senior Taylor McIntosh recorded her third double-digit rebound performance of the year with 10 boards.
— Freshman Sade Morris recorded her high-water mark in Big 12 play with 13 points.
— The Jayhawks had three players record double-digit rebound totals for the first time this year. They outrebounded Kansas State, 50-39.
— The Jayhawks recorded four double-digit scorers for the first time in Big 12 play and the first time overall since Dec. 17, 2006 against Santa Clara.
— 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.