Nov. 14, 2004
Kansas’ win over Washburn…
…Marks the Jayhawks’ 22nd straight home exhibition win and their 22nd consecutive exhibition victory regardless of venue.<?xml:namespace prefix=”o” ns=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office”?>
…Makes KU 6-0 in exhibition play in 2004 as the Jayhawks were 4-0 in British Columbia, Canada over Labor Day weekend and defeated Emporia State on Nov. 9.
…Is KU’s fifth-straight win over Washburn, making the Jayhawks 32-3 all-time against the Ichabods (which includes exhibition games).
…Makes the team 40-7 all-time in exhibition action, including a record of 8-0 in exhibition contests under Bill Self.
…Gives KU a record of 36-4 in exhibition play in Allen Fieldhouse, including a 4-0 mark in those games under Self.
- Kansas has trailed in only two of its exhibition games this season. The Jayhawks trailed the Burnaby Mountain All-Stars 10-8 in Vancouver, British Columbia; and fell behind Washburn seven times tonight.
- KU’s 19-10 deficit marked the highest against any opponent in exhibition play this season.
- Wayne Simien finished tonight’s game with a game-high 15 rebounds -just two short of his career high mark of 17. Simien’s double-double marked his second of the exhibition season and would have been the 24th of his career.
- Christian Moody’s 10 points would have marked a career-high and the first time he has scored in double-digits. Moody’s four made free-throws and two blocks would have been career-highs.
Kansas’ 79 points were the fewest in a 40-minute exhibition game since the Jayhawks defeated the Netherlands 74-70 on December 16, 1983.