Postgame Notes

March 19, 2011

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Postgame Notes

Duquesne 80, Kansas 63

Second Round 2011 WNIT

March 19, 2011 – Allen Fieldhouse

Team Notes

… KU is 15-5 at home this season and 11-1 versus non-conference opponents.

… KU is 9-5 all-time in WNIT play.

… KU is now 0-1 versus Duquesne all-time.

… KU is 11-5 all-time versus schools from the Atlantic-10 Conference.

… Head coach Bonnie Henrickson is 6-2 against Duquesne.

… Henrickson is 117-108 at KU and 275-170 overall.

… Kansas moves to 714-506 all-time.

Player Notes

-KU used the starting lineup of Angel Goodrich, Marisha Brown, Monica Engelman, Carolyn Davis and Tania Jackson for both the first and second halves.

– Davis finished with a career high 38-points. She has scored 30 or more points in five games this season. She has six career games with 30 or more points. Davis has scored at least 30 points in five of her last six games at Allen Fieldhouse.

-Davis’ 10 rebounds to go along with her 38 points gave her the ninth double-double of her season and the 15th of her career. She now has four double-doubles in her last five games.

– Davis finished the season with 646 points which is the ninth highest total for a single season in school history.

-Davis also made 8-of-13 free-throws which gave her 176 for the season out of 260 attempted. Both are the second-highest totals in each category for a single season in program history.

-Davis’ 15 field goals made broke KU’s WNIT record of 14 that she set in the first round of the tournament on Wednesday against Wichita State.

-Monica Engelman played in all 40 minutes of the game which gave her 1,114 for the season, good enough for seventh place all-time for a player during a KU season.

-Engleman and Angel Goodrich’s 40 minutes played against Duquesne tied a Kansas WNIT record of the 40 played by Danielle McCray in two games during the 2010 WNIT against Creighton and Illinois State.

-Angel Goodrich’s nine assists against Duquesne gave her 170 for the 2010-11 season, which put her in a tie for third place all-time for a single season in KU program history.

-Krysten Boogaard played in the 132nd and final game of her career, which put her in second place all-time for games played at Kansas, only seven removed from first place.