Kansas Women's Basketball's 2010-11 Schedule Filled With Challenges

Aug. 2, 2010


2010-11 Schedule in PDF Format

Kansas women’s basketball’s 2010-11 schedule includes 10 games against teams who advanced to the 2010 NCAA Championship and four more against 2010 WNIT teams.

The Jayhawks, who reached the 2010 WNIT Third Round after playing the eighth toughest schedule in the country, will go on the road to face four non-conference foes who reached postseason play in 2010.

Highlights on KU’s non-conference schedule include:

– at Wisconsin (Nov.21)–2010 NCAA Tournament Participant

– at Michigan (Dec. 9)–Advanced to 2010 WNIT Championship semifinal game

– at SMU (Dec. 4)–2010 WNIT Participant

– at Creighton (Dec. 22)– 2010 WNIT Participant; Runner-up in MVC

Kansas’ Big 12 Conference schedule will feature its usual dose of games against national powerhouses. The Jayhawks will play nine games during league play against teams who participated in the 2010 NCAA Tournament, including back-to-back games versus Final Four teams.

Big 12 schedule notes:

– Baylor (Jan. 19)–Advanced to 2010 NCAA Final Four

– Oklahoma (Jan. 23)–Advanced to 2010 NCAA Final Four

– Nebraska (away Jan. 15, home Feb. 26)–2010 Big 12 Champions/Advanced to 2010 NCAA Sweet 16

– Iowa St. (home Feb. 9, away March 1)–Advanced to 2010 NCAA Sweet 16

– at Texas (Feb. 5)–2010 NCAA Tournament Participant

– at Texas A&M (Feb. 12)–Advanced to 2010 NCAA Second Round

– at Oklahoma State (Feb. 23)–Advanced to 2010 NCAA Second Round

– Texas Tech (Jan. 8)–2010 WNIT Participant (Conference home-opener)

The 2011 Big 12 Championship, which will be held at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo., will begin Tuesday, March 8, and will conclude with the title game on Saturday, March 12.

KU will tip-off the 2010-11 season with a pair of Sunday afternoon exhibition games in Allen Fieldhouse versus Fort Hays State (Oct. 31) and Washburn (Nov. 7).

Kansas returns three starters and seven letterwinners to the line-up, including freshman All-American forward Carolyn Davis. Also returning to the starting line up is sophomore guard Angel Goodrich who was leading the Big 12 and ranked fourth in the NCAA in assists prior to suffering a season-ending knee injury.

The Jayhawks will add five newcomers who will try to make up for the loss of KU all-time great and 2010 WNBA draftee Danielle McCray. The group will be led by redshirt freshman Tania Jackson, who sat out the entire 2009-10 season with a knee injury. A quartet of freshman guards in Charlicia “CeCe” Harper, Brooke Jelniker, Keena Mays and Diara Moore will join Jackson and the returning Jayhawks on the roster.

Click here for the complete 2010-11 Kansas Women’s Basketball Schedule.