Kansas vs. Mississippi Postgame Notes
March 19, 2006
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March 19, 2006
WNIT – Allen Fieldhouse – Lawrence, Kan.
Kansas Postgame Notes
Kansas’ Loss To Mississippi…
- Ended Kansas’ season at 17-13.
- Gave Kansas a 16-5 home record this season.
- Makes KU 4-4 in all-time postseason Women’s NIT events.
- Gives Ole Miss an all-time record of 2-0 against Kansas.
- Makes KU 5-14 all time against teams from the SEC.
- Gives KU a 626-427 all-time record.
- Senior Erica Hallman scored in double figures for the 21st time this season and 56th time in her career.
- Hallman’s three three-point field goals were the most since she had four at Missouri on Feb. 11.
- Junior Shaquina Mosley set a career high with 11 points. She surpassed her previous high of 10 points in the season opener against Binghamton (Nov. 20).
- Freshman Marija Zinic scored a career-high 17 points. Her previous high was set twice – 14 at Iowa State Feb. 18 and against Kansas State in the Big 12 Championship first round March 8.
- Senior Crystal Kemp scored in double figures in every game this season, 31 straight dating back to last year and 85 times for her career.
- Senior Kaylee Brown’s 13 points were the most since she scored 16 against Iowa State on Feb. 16. She scored in double figures 18 times this season and 29 times for her career.
- Mississippi junior Armintie Price scored 31 points tonight, which tied for the most against KU this season. LaToya Boyd of Missouri also had 31 against the Jayhawks on Feb. 11.
- Tonight marked the first loss for KU this season in games decided by five points or less. Kansas went 6-1 in those games.
- Kansas had five players score double figures to mark the second most double-figure scorers for KU in a game this season. Kansas had six student-athletes score in double figures against New Orleans on Dec. 3.
- Kansas has held opponents to under 100 points in 338 consecutive games.
- At 17-13, Kansas finished the season above .500 for the first time since the 1999-2000 team went 20-10.
- Kansas used the starting lineup of Taylor McIntosh, Crystal Kemp, Ivana Catic and Kaylee Brown for the 22nd time this season. KU went 13-9 with that lineup.
Senior Records (Kansas women’s basketball all-time rank):
- Crystal Kemp – 1,637 points (7th); 826 rebounds (8th); 654 FGs made (6th); 1,285 FGs attempted (7th); 50.9 FG percentage (10th); 323 FTs made (tie for 8th); 439 FTs attempted (10th); 73.6 FT percentage (8th); 90 blocked shots (7th); 3,620 minutes played (6th)
- Erica Hallman – 1,185 points (14th); 181 3FGs made (2nd); 494 3FGs attempted (2nd); 36.6 3FGs percentage (5th); 73.3 FT percentage (9th); 455 assists (3rd); 3,400 minutes played (9th)
- Kaylee Brown – 108 3FGs made (6th); 342 3FGs attempted (5th); 78.9 FT percentage (3rd)