Nov. 21, 2004
Kansas Women’s Basketball Postgame Notes
Texas-Arlington 53, Kansas 49
November 21, 2004
Kansas’ loss to Texas Arlington…
…Marks KU’s second straight season-opening loss.
…Makes KU 1-1 all-time against Texas-Arlington.
…Snaps a streak of 20-straight wins in home-openers, making the Jayhawks 31-5 all-time in home-openers.
…Makes the Jayhawks 26-10 all-time in season-openers.
…Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson 0-1 at KU and 158-63 all-time.
…Makes the Jayhawks 597-399 all-time.
-Senior Aquanita Burras started her 58th straight game for the Jayhawks.
-Freshman Taylor McIntosh and sophomore Alicia Rhymes made their first career starts.
-McIntosh and freshman Jamie Boyd recorded their first career rebounds.
-Rhymes’ nine rebounds and 33 minutes played marked career-highs.
-Junior Crystal Kemp’s 26 points ties her career-high. She poured in 26 against Nebraska on Jan. 29, 2003.
-Kemp’s 26 points were the most in a season-opening game since Brooke Reves poured in 28 against Grambling State on Nov. 18, 2000.
-Kemp’s 11 field goals and 19 field goal attempts tied career-highs.
-Burras tied her career-high with two blocked shots.
-Junior Erica Hallman played 38 minutes, surpassing her career-high of 35.