Nov. 28, 2010
Kansas 81, Fordham 68
BTI Tip-Off Classic – Nov. 28, 2010
– The Jayhawks improved to 6-0 for the first time since the 2005-06 season.
– KU is now 2-0 all-time against Fordham.
– KU is 11-4 all-time versus the Atlantic 10 Conference, while head coach Bonnie Henrickson is now 53-15 versus the A10.
– KU went 3-0 over the weekend en route to winning the BTI Tip-Off Classic.
– KU is now 5-0 at Allen Fieldhouse this season, and 19-5 on its home floor the last two seasons.
– The win over Fordham marked the Jayhawks’ 33rd-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.
– Head Coach Bonnie Henrickson improved to 102-95 while at KU and 260-157 overall.
– Marked the second time this year KU has needed overtime to win. The Jayhawks are now 2-0 in overtime games this season.
– KU outscored Fordham 22-9 in overtime.
– KU went on a 9-0 run over a span of three minutes late in the first half. KU ended the first half on a 12-3 run to lead by 10 at halftime.
– KU used the starting lineup of Aishah Sutherland, Keena Mays, Monica Engelman, Diara Moore and Carolyn Davis in both halves.
– Engelman led all scorers at halftime with 14 points.
– Engelman set a new career-high with 10 field goals made in this afternoon’s contest, while also setting a new career-high with 24 points.
– This was Davis’ fourth game of the year in which she scored 15 or more points. Davis has scored in double-figures in all six games of the season.
– Davis led all scorers with 26 points.
– Today was the first time two Jayhawks scored at least 20 points in the same game since Feb. 13, 2010, versus Texas. In that game Davis led the team with 29 points and Engelman finished with 22.
– Sutherland recorded her fifth-straight game with double-figure rebounds (10).
– Moore played a career-high 37 minutes in her third career start.
– All nine Jayhawks that suited up saw action in the game.
– Angel Goodrich and Marisha Brown both sat out of the contest with injuries.
– Engelman and Davis were named to the All-Tournament team, while Sutherland was named the Tournament’s MVP.