KU Postgame Notes
Feb. 21, 2007
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Feb. 21, 2007
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— Tonight’s game marked the final game at home for senior guards Shaq Mosley and Sharita Smith.
— Mosley scored 20 points, marking her third straight game with 20 or more points. She also added five rebounds, marking her ninth consecutive game with five or more rebounds. Mosley finished her home career by averaging 20 points, 8.2 rebounds and 5.7 assists over her last six home games. Mosley played all 40 minutes of the game.
— Smith set a season-high in rebounds with five and added nine points which is her second largest scoring output of the year.
— Freshman Kelly Kohn scored 16 points, marking her 14th game of the season with with 10 or more points. She connected on a game-high three three-point makes.
— Freshman Sade Morris scored 13 points against her hometown Sooners, marking her third straight game with double digits in points. She set a career high in both free-throw makes and attempts by going 9-12 from the line.
— The Jayhawks forced 16 Oklahoma turnovers and converted them into 17 points. The Jayhawks forced 12 of the 16 turnovers off of steals.
— The game included 8 ties and 21 lead changes. The game was last tied with 5:20 remaining in the game.
— Kansas held the Sooners to just 20% shooting (2-10) from behind the arc. The Jayhawks shot 42.9 percent (6-14) from three-point land.
— The Jayhawks corralled 11 offensive rebounds, marking the sixth straight game the Jayhawks have grabbed at least 10 offensive rebounds.
— Freshman Danielle McCray fouled out for the fourth time this season. She finished with eight points.
— The Paris sisters (Courtney and Ashley) from Oklahoma combined for 48 points. Courtney Paris led all scorers with 32.