Kansas vs. Pittsburg State
Nov. 6, 2005
Kansas 90, Pittsburg State 65
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Kansas’ win over Pittsburg State:
–Improves the Jayhawk’s record to 26-9 all-time in exhibition play.
-Increases Kansas’ series lead in regular season and exhibition games to 5-1 vs. the Gorillas.
-Marks Kansas’ fourth straight win in the series.
-Marks the Jayhawk’s 11th win in their last 12 exhibition games.
-The game marked the first action in Jayhawk uniforms for Sophronia Sallard, Ivana Catic, Marija Zinic and Shaquina Mosley.
-The game was the first match-up between the two schools since 1986, which the Jayhawks won 91-57 in Lawrence.
-Kansas opened the game on a 14-1 run.
-The Jayhawks’ 40 first half points were more than they scored in either of the opening frames of last year’s exhibition contests.
-Senior Crystal Kemp tallied the Jayhawk’s first six points of the second half, and 14 of their first 16.
-Kansas went on a 24-2 run in the second half to build a 76-49 lead.
-The Jayhawks’ 90 points were the most scored since they defeated Cal State Fullerton 90-46 on Dec. 6, 2003.
-If it would have been a regular season game, Kemp would have recorded her 14th career game with 20-plus points.
-Senior Kaylee Brown’s 12 points would have marked the 12th game in her career in which she scored in double figures.
-Senior Erica Hallman’s 14 points would have been her 36th career double figure scoring game.
-Pittsburg State’s 28 turnovers were more than Kansas forced in any game last season.
-The Jayhawks’ 13 steals were more than they recorded in any contest last year.
-Sophomore Jaime Boyd’s seven rebounds would have tied a career high.
-Kansas shot 54 percent from the field, which was higher than in any game last season.
-Catic’s five steals tied Kansas’ season-high from last season.
-The `Hawks’ 27 assists were more than in any game last year.