Kansas vs. Detroit
Nov. 22, 2005
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Kansas 70, Detroit 68
November 22, 2005
Kansas’ win over Detroit…
-Makes the Jayhawks 2-0 for the first time since the 2002-03 season.
-Improves KU’s record to 5-1 all-time versus Detroit, and 4-0 in Lawrence.
-Makes Kansas 8-3 all-time versus the Horizon League.
-Improves Bonnie Henrickson’s record at KU to 14-16 and 172-78 in her career.
-Makes the Jayhawks 611-414 all-time.
-Kansas used the starting lineup of senior Crystal Kemp, senior Kaylee Brown, junior Shaquina Mosley, sophomore Taylor McIntosh and freshman Ivana Catic for the second time this season.
-With her 23 points, Kemp moved past Brooke Reves and into ninth place on Kansas’ all-time scoring list.
-Kemp also recorded the 14th career 20-point game of her career.
-McIntosh recorded her third career double-double with her 10 points and 10 rebounds.
-Catic’s nine assists were the most by a Jayhawks freshman since Erica Hallman dished out nine against IUPUI on Dec. 28, 2002.
-Catic missed becoming Kansas’ first ever freshman to record a points-assists double-double by one dime. The last Jayhawk to accomplish this feat was Angela Aycock on Feb. 26, 1995, vs. Missouri.
-Brown’s 18 points were one shy of a career high.
-Kemp and Brown both played the entire 40 minutes, marking the sixth and first time respectively in their careers that the two were on the court for the duration of the contest.
-After not attempting a free throw in the opening half, the Jayhawks converted on 15 of 18 attempts from the charity stripe in the second half.
-McIntosh’s six free throws made and six free throw-attempts were both career-highs.
-Brown’s three free throws made and five free throw-attempts were each career-highs.
-Brown’s five steals marked a career-best.
-Tuesday’s game extended Kansas’ streak to 39-straight games with at least one three-pointer made.