Feb. 20, 2005
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Kansas 67, Nebraska 53
February 20, 2005
Kansas’ win over Nebraska…
-Gives KU 12 wins, it’s most since the 2000-01 season.
-Makes KU 5-8 in Big 12 play, giving the Jayhawks their most conference wins since the 2000-01 team also won five league games.
-Improves Kansas’ all-time series lead over Nebraska to 43-22.
-Improves KU’s record against the Cornhuskers in Lawrence to 23-6.
-Snaps a three-game losing streak to Nebraska.
-Gives the Jayhawks a 9-6 record at home this season.
-Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record 12-12 at KU and 170-74 in her career.
-Makes KU 609-410 all-time.
-The 14-point margin of victory is the Jayhawk’s biggest over Nebraska since Feb. 3, 1995, when Kansas defeated the Cornhuskers 80-62 in Lawrence.
-With the win, Kansas is assured of its first .500 or above record against the Big 12 North since the 1999-00 season when the Jayhawks finished 7-3 in the division.
-Erica Hallman’s first half trey extended Kansas’ streak to 33 consecutive games with a three pointer.
-Aquanita Burras started her team-best 81st straight game. She has started every game of her career.
-Crystal Kemp has now played and scored in all 81 games of her career.
-The Jayhawks are now 10-4 this season when leading at halftime.
-Kansas has now outscored its opponents by a combined total of 717-641 in the first half this season.
-The Jayhawk’s 23 three-point attempts are a season high. The 23 attempts are the most since Kansas shot 24 treys vs. Coppin State on December 6, 1997.
-Kemp recorded her ninth double-double of the season and 16th of her career.
-Hallman’s 22 points, five three-pointers made and 10 three-point attempts are all career highs. Her eight field goals made also tied a career high.
-With her six assists, Hallman now needs just 21 more dimes to catch Tamecka Dixon (337 career assists) for fifth place. Her 128 assists this year is also good for the seventh most in a season.
-Hallman’s five three-pointers moved her into a sixth place tie for the most three-point FG’s in a season with 52. She also is now in seventh place for the most three-pointers attempted in a season with 132.
-Kemp’s 11 points moved her past Tracy Claxton for 17th place on the all time scoring list.
-Kemp also tied a career high with two three-point FG attempts.
-Kansas had four players score in double figures for the first time since December 30, 2004 against Ball State when five Jayhawks recorded at least 10 points.
-Hallman’s five three-pointers made are the most by any Jayhawk this season.