Kansas vs. Emporia State
Nov. 13, 2005
Kansas Postgame Notes
Kansas 83, Emporia State 53
November 13, 2005
Kansas’ win over Emporia State…
-Improves the Jayhawks record to 2-0 this season, with both wins coming in exhibition contests.
-Makes Kansas 27-19 all-time in exhibition play.
-Marks the Jayhawks’ 12th win in their last 13 exhibition games.
-Marks the third time in four years that Kansas went unblemished in the preseason.
-Increases Kansas’ series lead with the Lady Hornets to 4-0 in both regular season and exhibition play.
-Marks Kansas’ eighth 30-point exhibition victory in the last three seasons.
-Improves the Jayhawks to 28-15 all-time versus MIAA opponents in both regular season and exhibition games.
-The Jayhawks opened the game with a 10-0 run.
-Freshman Maria Zinic’s driving lay-up with 11:25 remaining in the second half would have marked her first points as a Jayhawk.
-Sophomore Jamie Boyd’s eight points would have been a career-high.
-Emporia State’s 29 turnovers were more than Kansas forced in any game last season.
-Senior Erica Hallman’s 13 points would have marked her 36th career double-figure scoring game.
-Senior Crystal Kemp’s four points would have been her lowest total since she netted three against Kansas State on Feb. 11th of her sophomore year.
-Sophomore Taylor McIntosh’s 10 points would have been one shy of a career-high, and would have been her sixth career double figure scoring game.
-Freshman Katie Smith’s free throw with :15 remaining in the game would have been her first score in a Kansas uniform.
-Senior Kaylee Brown’s 16 points would have been her 11th career game with 10 or more points.
-Boyd’s two blocks would have tied a career best.
-Freshman Jen Orgas recorded the first minutes of her career versus Emporia State.
-Kansas’ 13 steals were more than they recorded in any game last year.
-The Jayhawks’ 22 assists were one shy of last year’s season-high.
-Kansas’ seven three-point FG attempts tied last year’s season-low.