Feb. 18, 2012
Kansas 65, Missouri 70
February 18, 2012
Kansas’ Loss Against Missouri…
— Makes the all-time series versus Kansas and Missouri 44-38 in favor of the Jayhawks.
— Halts a four-game win streak versus the Tigers in Lawrence.
— Drops KU to 13-4 at home this season, including 3-4 in Big 12 games.
— Makes Coach Bonnie Henrickson 9-7 against Missouri, 134-117 at Kansas and 292-179 for her career.
— Gives Kansas a 98-155 all-time record in Big 12 play and make KU 731-514 all-time.
— Kansas starters (career starts): G Angel Goodrich (68), G Natalie Knight (26), G CeCe Harper (4), F Aishah Sutherland (77) and F Chelsea Gardner (2).
— The Jayhawks trailed (22-37) at the half for the seventh time this season and is now 1-6 when down after the first 20 minutes.
— The Jayhawks’ 4 steals are the fewest thefts since Jan. 21 when Kansas had just three steals against Texas A&M.
— Kansas went 10-10 from the free throw line to shoot 100 percent at the charity stripe for the first time this season.
— Kansas outscored Missouri in the second frame 43-33, marking the eighth time in Big 12 play the Jayhawks have outscored their opponent in the second half.
— The Jayhawks forced 17 Missouri turnovers which marks the fifth time in the last six games a KU opponent has notched 15 or more turnovers.
— Kansas had four players in double-figures. In 14 Big 12 contests, KU has had four or more players score 10-plus points five times.
— Senior F Aishah Sutherland finished with double-figure points for the 21st time this season and fifth time in the last six games as she scored a team-high 23, just one point shy of her career-high 24.
–Sutherland climbed a spot in the all-time scoring list and now ranks 19th at Kansas with 1,120 career points.
— Sutherland went 10-for-17 from the field, one make shy of her career high, which marked the third time in 2011-12 the senior has netted 10 field goals. Her 17 attempts is a career-high.
–Freshman F Chelsea Gardner earned her second start of the season. Gardner also started at Iowa State on Feb. 12.
–CeCe Harper made her first appearance in the starting lineup since the team played at Alabama on Dec. 4.
— Freshman G Natalie Knight hit a pair of three-pointers (2-of-4) for the fifth time this season, tying a career-high.
— Junior G Angel Goodrich finished with double-figure points for the eighth time in the last nine games as she scored 13. Goodrich scored the majority of her points in the second half, as she had just five points at the intermission.
— Sophomore F Tania Jackson led the Jayhawks in rebounding with seven boards. That marks the third time this season and fifth of her career she’s led the team in rebounding.
— Freshman F Bunny Williams saw nine minutes of floor time to beat her conference best (eight minutes).