Postgame Notes

Feb. 27, 2013

Recap | Final Stats

KANSAS STARTERS (CAREER/SEASON): Angel Goodrich (103/27), Monica Engelman (95/27), Chelsea Gardner (22/12), Carolyn Davis (97/27) and CeCe Harper (20/8).


– Dropped the Jayhawks’ record to 16-11 overall, 7-9 in the Big 12.

– Brought head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s Kansas record to 154-132 (ninth season) and her career record to 312-194 (16th season).

– Moved the Jayhawks’ all-time record to 751-530.

-Made Henrickson’s all-time record against Iowa State 7-12, while the Jayhawks fell to 45-29 in the overall series.

– Gave Kansas a 15-19 record against the Cyclones while playing in Ames, Iowa, and gave ISU its seventh-straight win against KU in Hilton Coliseum.


– The Jayhawks’ hit three baskets from beyond the arc, accounting for the team’s first nine points, 3:20 into the game. This start gave KU a 9-6 lead.

– Kansas sunk five of its 10 three-point baskets by the 8:29 mark of the first half, while Iowa State shot 6-for-6 from the trey in the first 15 minutes of play.

– When Iowa State traveled to Lawrence, Kan. Jan. 30, the Cyclones finished with seven three-point baskets, while tonight, the team scored seven (7-for-10) in the first half.

– KU went into halftime with the most points (39) it has scored during a first half since Jan. 23, when the Jayhawks posted 46 first-half points against Texas.

– ISU opened the second half with a 6-0 run, starting at the 19:23 mark, that lasted 3:11, 50-39.

– At the second half 14:47 mark, the Jayhawks closed in on the Cyclones with a 13-2 run, 60-57, that lasted 3:43.

– The Jayhawks tied a season high with 10 (10-for-24) from beyond the arc. The last game KU made 10 three-point baskets was against Texas (1/23).


– Senior guard Angel Goodrich, at the 19:07 mark, became the eighth player in Big 12 history to tally over 700 assists, accumulating nine on the night. For the 10th time this season, Goodrich led the Jayhawks with 21 points and also, for the first time this season, led with seven rebounds.

– Senior guard Monica Engelman tied her three-point field goal career high (4) and chipped in 20 points for the Jayhawks. The senior has posted double-digits in four of her last five games and recorded her third game scoring 20+ points.

– Senior forward Carolyn Davis recorded a season low of two points.