Postgame Notes

Feb. 24, 2012

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Postgame Notes
Kansas 45, Baylor 76
February 24, 2012

Kansas’ loss against Baylor…
-Gives the Bear’s a 17-7 advantage in the all-time series.

–Drops the Jayhawks to 13-5 at home, including 3-5 in conference games.

–Gives the Bear’s their fifth straight win against the Jayhawks.

–Makes coach Bonnie Henrickson 1-10 against Baylor, 135-118 at Kansas and 293-180 for her career.

–Makes KU 732-515 all time.

Team Notes
–Kansas starters (career starts): G Angel Goodrich (70), G Natalie Knight (28), G CeCe Harper (6), F Aishah Sutherland (79) and F Chelsea Gardner (4). This marked the third-straight start for both Harper and Gardner.

–Kansas scored a season low 16 points in the first half. Their previous low of 17 occurred against Kansas State (2-12-12).

–The Jayhawks shot 27 percent from the field against the Bears. This is the lowest percentage the team has shot this season. Their previous low of 29.5 percent occurred during their last meeting with Baylor (1-28-12).

–Baylor defeated Kansas by a margin of 31 points. This is the largest margin of defeat for the team this season. The largest previous margin was also against the Bears (1-28-12) when they lost by 28.

Individual Notes
–Senior forward Aishah Sutherland played in her 124th game as a Jayhawk, placing her 8th in program history in games played.

–Sutherland also recorded seven rebounds in the contest. This moves her up to third on the program’s all-time rebound list with 867, passing Lynn Pride who had 863.

–Junior guard Angel Goodrich hit a runner in the lane to give the Jayhawks’ their first basket against the Bears. This is the eighth time Goodrich has scored KU’s first points this season.

–Goodrich also recorded 14 points, scoring in double figures for the ninth-straight game and the 21st time this season.

–Freshman forward Chelsea Gardner grabbed a career and team high 8 rebounds. Her previous high of 5 was set the last time the Jayhawks played the Bears (1-28-12).