Feb. 23, 2005

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No. 6 Baylor 70, Kansas 60

February 23, 2005

Kansas’ loss to Baylor…

…Makes KU 12-13 overall.

…Makes the Jayhawks 5-9 in Big 12 play.

…Makes KU 6-8 all-time against Baylor.

…Makes the Jayhawks 3-3 against the Bears in Lawrence.

…Gives KU its sixth straight loss to BU.

…Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson 12-13 at KU and 170-75 overall.

…Makes the Jayhawks 609-411 all time.


– Senior Aquanita Burras started her team-best 82nd straight game. She has started every game of her career.

– Burras’ 24 points tie her career high.

– Burras recorded her 13th double-figure scoring game of the season.

– Burras recorded her third 20-point game of the season as well as the fifth of her career.

– Burras’ two three pointers also tied a season high.

– Junior Erica Hallman scored 20 or more points in consecutive games for Kansas for the first time since Jaclyn Johnson had back-to-back 20 point-plus games against Missouri (Feb. 10, 2001) and Texas Tech (Feb. 14, 2001).

– Senior Blair Waltz made her third start of the season.

– Kansas hasn’t recorded a win on Senior Day since the Jayhawks defeated Texas A&M on March 1, 2000.

– Burras and junior Crystal Kemp both played the entire game. This marks the fourth time in her career that Burras has played all forty minutes and Kemp’s fifth time doing so.

– This marks just the second time this season that two or more Jayhawks played the entire game.

– Kansas extended its streak to 34 straight games with at least one three pointer.

– The Jayhawks are now 0-6 this season against opponents ranked in the top 25 and 0-2 versus top-ten teams.

– Tonight marks only the sixth time this season that Kemp failed to score in double figures.

– With her two treys, Hallman moves into fifth place for the most single-season three-pointers with 54.

– Kemp’s seven points moves her just eight points shy of catching Shebra Legrant (1,044 points) for a share of 16th place on the all-time scoring list.

– Baylor’s 20 assists tie a season opponent high.

– By shooting exactly 50 percent from the field, Baylor becomes Kansas’ third opponent to shoot 50 percent or better this season.

– Freshman Jaime Boyd’s two blocks are a career high.

Boyd also set a career high with 25 minutes played.