Postgame Notes vs Wichita State

March 16, 2011

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Postgame Notes

Kansas 79, Wichita State 58

March 16, 2011

Team Notes

… KU is 15-4 at home this season and 11-0 versus non-conference opponents.

… KU is 9-4 all-time in WNIT play.

… KU is now 31-7 versus WichitaState all-time.

… KU is 84-29 all-time versus schools from the Missouri Valley Conference.

… Head coach Bonnie Henrickson is 1-0 against WichitaState.

… Henrickson is 117-107 at KU and 275-169 overall.

… Kansas moves to 714-505 all-time.

… Kansas made its first eight shots to start the game.

… Kansas tied a school record in the WNIT for most points in a half with 44 (first half).

… Kansas shot a season-high 70.8 percent in the first half. The Jayhawks shot 62.0 percent for the game. The 62.0 percent is a new school WNIT record for field goal percentage. It is the third time this season the Jayhawks have shot better than 60 percent.

Player Notes

– KU used the starting lineup of Angel Goodrich, Marisha Brown and Monica Engelman at guard and Carolyn Davis and Tania Jackson at forward to begin the game. Diara Moore started in place of Marisha Brown in the second half.

– Davisfinished with 33 points and 12 rebounds. She has scored 30 or more points in four games this season. She has five career games with 30 or more points. Davis has scored at least 30 points in four of her last five games at Allen Fieldhouse.

– Davis made 14-of-15 field goals, good for 93 percent from the field. Her 14 made field goals are a new school WNIT record. The 93 percent field goal shooting is also a new school WNIT record.

– Davis now has eight double-doubles on the season and 14 in her career.

– Davis moved into 11th place on the single season scoring list with 608 points.

– Aishah Sutherland recorded three blocked shots in tonight’s game. The three blocks give her 100 for her career. She is currently in seventh place all-time for career blocked shots.

– Goodrich set a school WNIT record for assists in a game with nine. She also tied a career-high with five steals in tonight’s game.

– Engelman was 3-of-5 from three point range. In her last 14 games she is shooting 56.8 percent from behind the arc.