Kansas 67, No. 19 Colorado 52 Postgame Notes
March 23, 2013
KANSAS STARTERS (CAREER/SEASON):
- Angel Goodrich (108/32), Monica Engelman (100/32), Chelsea Gardner (27/17), Carolyn Davis (102/32) and Markisha Hawkins (4/4).
- Kansas entered the 2013 NCAA Tournament as the No. 12 seed playing No. 5 seed Colorado in the Norfolk Regional. This season marked the Jayhawks’ 13th run in the NCAA Tournament and second consecutive season. The first since 2000, when Kansas went to the NCAA Tournament nine-straight seasons.
- Improved the Jayhawks’ record to 19-13 overall and marked the third NCAA Tournament victory in the last two seasons.
- Brought head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s Kansas record to 157-134 (ninth season) and her career record to 315-196 (16th season).
- Moved the Jayhawks’ all-time record to 754-532.
- Made Henrickson’s all-time record against CU 11-5, while the Jayhawks increased to 36-33 in the overall series and hold a six game-winning streak over the Buffaloes.
- Gave Kansas a 12-18 all-time record while playing in Boulder, Colo.
- Increased the Jayhawks’ record to 9-4 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
- At the 19:11 mark, the Buffaloes started the game with a 14-4 run that lasted 2:24. Colorado’s Brittany Wilson contributed eight of CU’s initial 14 points.
- After suffering its largest game deficit (10), Kansas went on a 17-3 run that started with a jumper from Angel Goodrich at the 9:03 mark. The run lasted 5:12 and gave KU the lead, 30-23.
- Starting at the 19:33 mark to open the second half, Kansas went on a 12-2 run that lasted 4:32, 49-29.
- Kansas equaled its largest margin of victory (15). The previous record held was when March 16, 1996 when the Jayhawks defeated Middle Tennessee State, 72-57.
- The Jayhawks shot its highest free-throw percentage in KU NCAA history (100 percent), going 6-for-6 from the line.
- KU held the Buffaloes 52 points, the third-least amount in Kansas NCAA Tournament history, as well the second least amount of points scored in the second half (25).
- The Jayhawks allowed only 16 made field goals for Colorado, an NCAA opponent low, while the Buffaloes also shot a Kansas opponent low of 25.4 percent.
- Senior forward Carolyn Davis scored her 1,800th career point off a layup at the first half 14:50 mark and became the fifth player in KU history to achieve this milestone. Davis finished the night with 14 points, posting 10 before halftime.
- Senior guard Angel Goodrich also scored 14 points for KU and added eight assists
- Sophomore forward Chelsea Gardner cracked the Kansas top-10 blocked shots list, tallying 50 blocks in a single season. Gardner is now tied with Shrya Holden with the 10th most blocks. She had two in the game.
- Senior guard Monica Engelman recorded a career high two blocks.