Kansas Postgame Notes vs. Kansas State

March 7, 2006

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Kansas’ loss to Kansas State…

…Makes the Jayhawks 16-12 overall.

…Makes KU 40-52 all-time against the Wildcats, including a 5-6 mark in neutral site contests.

…Gives K-State its 11th straight win over the Jayhawks.

…Makes the team 0-1 on neutral sites this year.

…Moves KU’s record to 6-10 all-time in the Big 12 Championship.

…Gives head coach Bonnie Henrickson a 28-28 record at Kansas and a 186-90 record overall.

…Makes the Jayhawks 625-426 all-time.


– Kansas used the starting lineup of Taylor McIntosh, Crystal Kemp, Kaylee Brown, Sharita Smith and Erica Hallman for the third time this season.

– Marija Zinic (10th time this season) and Jamie Boyd (3rd time this season) were the first KU players off the bench.

– Zinic was a perfect 12-of-12 from the free throw line and set KU records in the Big 12 tournament for FTs made, FTs attempted and FT percentage.

– With her 13-point, nine-rebound effort, Crystal Kemp became the sixth player in KU history to record 1,600 points and 800 rebounds. She has 1,605 points and 807 rebounds during her career.

– Kaylee Brown scored KU’s first points of the game for the fourth time this season.

– With four 3-point attempts, Brown moved into fifth-place on KU’s list for career 3-pointers attempted.

– Erica Hallman moved into a tie for fifth-place on KU’s single-season chart for 3-point field goals made. She now has 58 three’s this season.

– KU’s bench outscored K-State’s bench 14-0 in the first half and 27-16 in the game.

– Shaquina Mosley’s 3-pointer near the start of the second half was her third this season and first since Nov. 27 against Northeastern.

– KU’s 17 free throws in the game tied a school record for most made FTs in the Big 12 tournament.

– KU dropped to 9-5 when outrebounding the opponent this season. KU grabbed 31 boards in the game while KSU collected 29.

– KU fell to 1-5 when scoring between 50-59 points.