Nov. 22, 2010
Kansas 93, Wisconsin 86 (OT)
November 21, 2010
– The win improved the Jayhawks improved to 3-0 for the fourth-straight season.
– Marked the Jayhawks’ 26th win against a Big 10 opponent, and KU is now 26-16 all-time against the conference.
– Head coach Bonnie Henrickson moved to 99-95 in her Kansas career, and 257-157 all-time. She is also 8-7 against the Big 10.
– Kansas is now 696-493 all-time.
– Marked KU’s first overtime win of the season and the first since Dec. 12, 2008, when the Jayhawks defeated Creighton 59-58 in Omaha, Neb.
– The Jayhawks’ 96 points in the contest is the most since Jan. 4, 2009, when KU scored 91 against New Mexico State.
– The Jayhawks made 33 free throws in 46 attempts, which was the most since making 31 in last season’s meeting with Colorado in Boulder (Feb. 16, 2010). This was the first time KU has had 45 or more attempts since Dec. 21, 2000, when 51 were taken against Missouri Valley State.
– The largest lead in the game was Kansas by 11 points at 11:15 in the second half.
– Kansas used the starting lineup of Aishah Sutherland, Brooke Jelniker, Angel Goodrich, Monica Engelman and Carolyn Davis in the first half, and Sutherland, Jelniker, Engelman, Davis and Keena Mays in the second.
– Davis turned in a season-high 29 points. The sophomore forward’s previous high for 2010-2011 was 22, scored Nov. 17 against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
– Davis set new career-highs in free throws (15), free throw attempts (18) and minutes played (41). Davis is just the second KU player since 1994 to make 15 or more free throws in a game. Angela Aycock made 17 in 1994.
– Davis’ previous career-highs were nine free throws (vs. Texas, Feb. 13, 2010) and 12 attempts (vs. Oklahoma State, March 11, 2010).
– Sutherland tied her career high in rebounds with 14. She also had 14 boards versus Oklahoma State (Jan. 12, 2010).
– Sutherland played a career-high 39 minutes. Her previous career-high in minutes was 37 which she had achieved four times.
– Sutherland recorded her second-straight double-double with 16 points and 14 boards. She now has eight career double-doubles.
– Engelman put in season-highs in points (17), rebounds (nine) and assists (seven). Her nine rebounds is a new career-high and seven assists tied her career-high that she set March 21 against Creighton. Her previous high in rebounds was seven also versus Creighton.
– Engelman’s seven field goals and 15 attempts are both season-high totals.
– Freshman guard CeCe Harper made her first career free throws, draining two in the first half.
– Freshman guard Diara Moore posted new career highs nearly across the board including points (10) with eight points coming from the free throw line, and rebounds (four).
– Mays tied her career-high in assists with six, set a new career-high with nine points and also had career-high numbers in field goals (three) and free throws (six).
– Senior guard Marisha Brown did not see action and remains day-to-day after suffering a foot injury Nov. 17, against Texas A&M Corpus Christi.