Kansas 83, TCU 61 Postgame Notes

March 8, 2013

Recap | Final Stats |

Angel Goodrich (106/30), Monica Engelman (98/30), Chelsea Gardner (25/15), Carolyn Davis (100/30) and Markisha Hawkins (2/2).


  • Improved the Jayhawks’ record to 18-12 overall, 1-0 in the Big 12 Championship.
  • Brought head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s Kansas record to 156-133 (ninth season) and her career record to 314-195 (16th season).
  • Moved the Jayhawks’ all-time record to 753-531.
  • Made Henrickson’s all-time record against TCU 3-1, while the Jayhawks improved to 3-1 in the overall series and hold a three game winning streak against the Horned Frogs.
  • Gave Kansas a 7-5 record all-time in the first round of the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship and KU has won five of its last six games.
  • Increased the Jayhawks’ record to 2-3 in Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship games played in Dallas (Reunion Arena).


  • The Jayhawks started the game with a 12-4 run, starting at the 19:26 mark, that lasted 2:18.
  • KU grabbed 20 of its 26 first-half rebounds off the defensive glass.
  • Marked the most first-half points scored in a Big 12 Championship game since March 8, 2000 when Kansas posted 41 in the first half against Nebraska. The Jayhawks scored 40 against TCU.
  • Kansas grabbed 50 or more rebounds for the fourth time this season and for the second time against TCU this campaign.


  • Sophomore forward Chelsea Gardner recorded her third double-double this season with a layup at the second half 16:31 mark. Gardner powered through the first half, tallying 10 rebounds and nine points before halftime and finished the night with her career high 19 rebounds and 11 points.
  • Senior forward Carolyn Davis recorded 12 points and added nine rebounds. Davis has scored in double figures in 26 games this season.
  • Senior guard Angel Goodrich led the Jayhawks with eight assists and added 16 points. Goodrich also did not commit a single turnover.
  • Sophomore guard Asia Boyd collected 12 points which was her fifth double-digit scoring game of the season and her first since Feb. 13.
  • Junior transfer guard Markisha Hawkins recorded 10 points and scored double-figures for the third-straight game.