Kansas Postgame Notes vs. Missouri
Feb. 25, 2006
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Kansas 81, Missouri 71 (OT)
Feb. 25, 2006 – Lawrence, Kan.
Kansas’ victory over Missouri…
… Makes Kansas 16-10 on the season and 5-10 in Big 12 play.
…Makes KU 3-0 in overtime games this season.
… Gives KU its second win in the last three games.
… Snaps a two-game losing streak to the Tigers.
… Improves KU’s record against MU to 37-33 overall including a 17-10 mark in games played in Lawrence.
… Makes KU 15-3 at home this season.
… Improves head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record to 28-26 at Kansas and 186-88 in her career.
… Makes Kansas 625-424 all-time.
- Junior guard Sharita Smith made her second start of the season. Her first came Nov. 27 against Northeastern.
- With her seven three-point attempts, senior Erica Hallman moved into fifth place on KU’s single season three-point attempts list with 150 this season.
- Hallman’s 29 points were a career high.
- Hallman’s 29 points marked the third time this season and eighth time in her career that she has eclipsed the 20 point mark in scoring.
- Hallman’s 24 field-goal attempts were a career high.
- Senior Crystal Kemp’s 25 points vaulted her into seventh on Kansas’ all-time scoring list, passing Charisse Sampson. She now has 1,573 in her career.
- Kemp’s 13 rebounds tied her season high.
- Kemp’s 25 points and 13 rebounds mark her 10th double-double this season and 27th of her career.
- Kemp has now scored in double figures in 27 straight games dating back to last season.
- Kemp’s two blocks moved her into a seventh-place tie on KU’s all-time blocks list with 89.
- Kemp’s 20 field-goal attempts tied her career high.
- Junior Sharita Smith recorded career highs in assists (seven) and minutes played (39).
- Senior Kaylee Brown moved into ninth place on Kansas’ single season three-point attempts list with 142 this season.
- Saturday marked the first time since Kansas’ 78-64 loss to Texas A&M on Jan. 15 that the Jayhawks yielded two 20-point scorers in a single game (Kemp and Hallman.)