Kansas vs. Binghamton
Nov. 20, 2005
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Kansas 77, Binghamton 53
November 20, 2005
Kansas’ win over Binghamton…
– Makes Kansas 610-414 all time.
-Improves Bonnie Henrickson’s record at Kansas to 13-16, and 171-78 overall.
-Snaps the Jayhawk’s two game losing streak in season openers.
-Marks the first meeting between the two schools.
-Marks Kansas’ first ever match-up with an America East Conference opponent.
-Kansas used the starting lineup of senior Crystal Kemp, senior Kaylee Brown, sophomore Taylor McIntosh, junior Shaquina Mosley and freshman Ivana Catic.
-This marks the first career starts for Mosley and Catic.
-Marks Mosley, Catics, Marija Zinic, Sophronia Sallard, Jen Orgas and Katie Smith made their debut in a Kansas uniform.
-Kansas went on a 19-4 run early in the first half, and closed out the frame on a 22-8 run to take a commanding 48-22 halftime lead.
-The Jayhawks 48 first half points were more than they scored in any half since they netted 61 in the second half versus Cal State-Fullerton on Dec. 6, 2003.
-Kaylee Brown scored 16 points in the first half versus Binghamton, more than topping her scoring totals of three and one points respectively in her previous two season openers.
-Brown’s 19 points tied a career high.
-Kemp’s 18 points and ten rebounds marks her 18th career double-double.
-Mosley’s eight assists and Catics’ seven were the two highest totals in a Kansas debut since assist’s began being record in the 1982-83 season.
-Kansas’ 24-point win was its highest margin of victory in a season opener since it defeated Grambling State 122-71 to open the 2000-01 season.
-Catics’ 13 points and Mosley’s ten marked the first time that two Kansas first-year players scored in double figures in the same game since Kemp and Hallman achieved the feat versus Wichita State on Dec. 11, 2002.
-Kansas’ 23 assists tied last year’s season high.
-The Jayhawks’ have made a three pointer in 38 consecutive games.