Nov. 27, 2010
Kansas 90, Memphis 58
BTI Tip-Off Classic – Nov. 27, 2010
KU’s Win Over Memphis…
… Improved the Jayhawks to 5-0 for the second time in three years and for the third time overall in the Bonnie Henrickson era.
… Improved KU’s record over Memphis to 2-0 with the only other win coming in November of 1979.
…Improved the Jayhawks to 21-1 all-time against Conference USA foes, while Bonnie Henrickson moved to 5-2 versus Conference USA opponents.
… Moves KU to 2-0 in the BTI Tip-Off Classic.
… Moves KU to 4-0 at Allen Fieldhouse this season, and 18-5 on its home floor the last two seasons.
… This is the fourth straight year KU has started the season 4-0 on their home floor.
… Marked the Jayhawks’ 32nd consecutive regular season victory over a non-conference opponent at home. KU’s last regular-season home loss to a non-Big 12 school came on Dec. 31, 2006 against Xavier.
… Improved Kansas Head Coach Bonnie Henrickson to 101-95 while at KU and 259-157 overall.
– Freshman Diara Moore made her first collegiate start, playing 29 minutes
– Moore had a career high 11-rebounds in the victory and equaled her career high of 10-points.
– Carolyn Davis scored seven of KU’s first 11 points of the game.
– Kansas held Memphis scoreless for the first 2:30 of play.
– All eight KU players to see game action the first half scored at least three-points.
– Aishah Sutherland recorded her fourth-straight double-double with her 14 pts and 10 rebounds.
-CeCe Harper set a career high for points (eight), assists (six), and steals (five) vs Memphis.
– Keena Mays equaled her career high in assists with seven.
– Kansas had six players in double digits in scoring for the first time this season.
– This was Carolyn Davis’ third game of the year in which she scored 15 or more points in a game.
-Tania Jackson’s eight rebounds bested her previous high of four.
-Kansas hit the 90-point mark for the second time this season.
-Kansas out-shot Memphis from beyond the arc at a 57% (8-14) to 14% (2-14) clip.
-The Jayhawks had 37 second-chance points compared to Memphis’ seven.
-All nine Jayhawks who saw game action scored at least two points during the contest.