March 5, 2008
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<?xml:namespace prefix=”st1″ ns=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags”?>Kansas 50, KansasState 61
March 5, 2008
Kansas’ loss to KansasState…
… Makes the Jayhawks 15-14 overall and 4-12 in the Big 12
… Makes KU 41-55 all-time against K-State, including a 23-23 mark in Lawrence.
… Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson 213-125 all-time and 55-61 at Kansas
– Seniors Jamie Boyd and Taylor McIntosh played their final game in Allen Fieldhouse.
– Boyd made her second start of the season and sixth of her career against the Wildcats.
– Boyd also pulled down a season-best three rebounds.
– LaChelda Jacobs made her first start of the year versus K-State replacing Ivana Catic who had previously started all 28 games of the season.
– Kansas used its sixth different starting lineup of the year consisting of Boyd, McIntosh, Jacobs, Danielle McCray and Sade Morris.
– McCray notched a team-high 17 points against the Wildcats, her 23rd time in 26 contests with double digit points.
– McCray also stole three balls on the night, her 14th game with multiple thefts.
– Jacobs logged a season-high 36 minutes, 60 seconds shy of her career mark.
– Jacobs also added 14 points during the contest, one shy of her season best, for her sixth time with double figure points.
– Morris blocked a season-high three shots, tying a career best.
– McIntosh registered two blocks, her first time in five games with multiple blocks. She has had two or more blocks in six contests this season.
– Kelly Kohn contributed five points, her first points in five games and most since scoring nine against California on Dec. 21.
– Kansas shot 80.0 percent from the free throw line for the Jayhawks’ sixth contest shooting 80 percent or better from the charity stripe and fourth time in Big 12 play.
– The Jayhawks turned the ball over just 13 times, one shy of their season low.
– After trailing by as much as 13 points, Kansas used a 7-0 run at the 5:50 mark in the second half to cut the Wildcats’ lead to two at 52-50.
– K-State’s Shalee Lehning tied a Kansas opponent-high with 29 points.
– Kansas limited KSU to just 61 points, the Wildcats’ fewest points in Lawrence since scoring 43 on Feb. 19, 2000.