Kansas/Missouri Postgame Notes

March 8, 2005

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Missouri 62, Kansas 57

Big 12 Conference Tournament – March 8, 2005 – Municipal Auditorium – Kansas City, Mo.

Kansas’ Loss To Missouri…

…Ends KU’s season with a record of 12-16 overall.

…Narrows KU’s all-time series advantage over Missouri to 36-32.

…Makes the Jayhawks 7-7 against MU at neutral sites.

…Snaps a two-game winning streak over the Tigers.

…Makes KU 6-9 all-time in Big 12 Tournament games.

…Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record at KU 12-16 and 170-78 (.685) in her career.

…Makes KU 610-413 all-time.


– Junior Crystal Kemp’s 27 points marked a career-high and the most scored by a KU player in a Big 12 Tournament game. KU great Tamecka Dixon held the former KU Big 12 tourney best of 22 points on March 5, 1997. Kemp had scored 26 points on two occasions previously in her career.

– With her 27 points, Kemp surpassed Jennifer Jackson (1,075) and moved into 15th place on the KU all-time scoring list with 1,080 for her career.

– Kemp’s 11 field goals made also marked the most by a Jayhawk in the history of the Big 12 Tournament. Kemp and former Jayhawks Tamecka Dixon and Jaclyn Johnson had previously made nine.

– Senior Aquanita Burras started all 85 games of her Kansas career. Burras finishes her KU career with 870 points, 442 rebounds, 190 assists and 187 steals.

– Junior Erica Hallman’s eight field goals made tied a career-best. She had previously made eight on three occasions.

– With her five assists, Hallman surpassed Lisa Braddy (138) and moved into sixth place on the KU all-time single-season assists chart with 142.

– Freshman Taylor McIntosh’s four assists marked a career-high. Her 11 rebounds marked the fifth time in her rookie season that she recorded 10+ rebounds.

– Senior Blair Waltz finishes her KU career with 509 points, 230 rebounds, 184 assists and 83 steals in her 104 games as a Jayhawk.

– Kansas was 2-11 this season when trailing at the half.