Postgame Notes

March 8, 2012

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Postgame Notes
Kansas 63, Texas A&M 78
March 8, 2012

Kansas’ loss to Texas A&M:
–Drops the Jayhawks to 19-12 on the season.

–Gives Kansas a 10-16 record in Big 12 Championship games.

–Gives KU a 12-7 deficit in the all-time series versus Texas A&M.

–Makes Kansas 6-6 away from home in 2011-12.

–Gives coach Bonnie Henrickson a 0-10 record against Texas A&M, 136-120 at Kansas and 294-182 for her career.

–Makes KU 733-517 all time.

Team Notes
–Kansas starters (career starts): G Angel Goodrich (73), G Natalie Knight (31), G CeCe Harper (9), F Chelsea Gardner (7), F Aishah Sutherland (82).

–For the second-straight game, the Jayhawks hit a season-high eight three-pointers. Their 18 attempts from long range also tied a season high set their previous outing at Oklahoma.

–KU snatched a season-low one steal.

–Four Jayhawks combined for 62 of the team’s 63 points. Goodrich, Knight, Harper and Sutherland also scored in double figures while freshman Asia Boyd scored one point.

Individual Notes
–Angel Goodrich scored a team-high 21 points and has 10 or more points 24 times in 2011-12, including four outings reaching the 20-point mark. She has led the team in scoring eight times this year.

–Goodrich added nine assists to fall one dime short of her fifth double-double. Goodrich owns five or more assists in 26 games this season.

–Senior Aishah Sutherland added 14 points, her 25th contest of double-digit points in 2011-12. Sutherland also appeared in her 127th contest, which ties for the sixth-most games played in KU history.

–Freshman Natalie Knight connected for a career-high four shots from behind the three-point arc on her way to 14 points, her second-straight game with double-figure scoring. She also tied her personal best with seven rebounds.

–Freshman Chelsea Gardner finished with a personal-best 13 points versus Texas A&M. She went 5-for-8 from the free throw line, personal highs for both makes and attempts.

–Freshman Asia Boyd tied a personal-high 24 minutes versus Texas A&M.

–Gardner was just shy of her first career double-double pulling down a team-high nine rebounds to tie her personal best. It was her second time leading the team on the boards.