Kansas 69, Oklahoma State 76; Postgame Notes
March 11, 2010
Kansas 69, Oklahoma State 76
March 11, 2010
Kansas’ loss to Oklahoma State…
…Drops Kansas to 15-15 on the season.
…Moves the all-time series between KU and OSU to 29-24 in KU’s favor.
…Makes Kansas 286-280 all-time versus Big 12 Conference schools.
…Drops Kansas head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record at KU to 94-94 and her overall mark to 252-156.
…Makes Kansas 691-492 all time
-Freshman Carolyn Davis scored a career high 31 points giving her eleven games in double figures and four games of at least 20 points this season.
-Davis was also 12-for-13 on the night, a tie for third best. Davis hit her first 10 shots of the game and is shooting 71 percent from the field this season. Her 12 made baskets are a career high. The rest of the Jayhawks shot 12-of-60
-With 11 rebounds Davis records her fourth double-double of the season.
-Senior Sade Morris logged her 128th career game and moved into a tie with Nakia Sanford for second place all time in number of games played. Lynette Woodard is the all-time leader with 139 games played.
-Morris played 37 minutes in the game and moved into fifth place in total minutes played with 3671 in her career. She passed Lynette Woodard’s total of 3651 minutes.
-Junior Rhea Codio recorded a career high with 5 rebounds.
-Junior Nicollette Smith became the eighth KU player to make 100 three-point shots.
-Kansas’ bench outscored Oklahoma State’s bench 46-9 including a 20-4 margin in the first half.