Postgame Notes vs. Maine
Dec. 1, 2010
Kansas 126, Maine 63
Dec. 1, 2010
– The Jayhawks improved to 7-0 for the first time since the 2005-06 season.
– The win makes KU 1-0 versus Maine.
– KU is 4-0 all-time versus the America East Conference, while head coach Bonnie Henrickson is now 6-0 versus the America East.
– KU is now 6-0 at Allen Fieldhouse this season, and 20-5 on its home floor the last two seasons.
– The win over Maine marked the Jayhawks’ 34th-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 103-95 while at KU and 261-157 overall.
– This gives KU women’s basketball its 700th win. Kansas is now 700-493 all time.
– KU started the game on a 10-0 run, which was then followed by a 15-0 run to extend the lead to 25-4 with 14:12 left in the first half. KU went on a 20-0 run in a span of 4:17 beginning at the 13:54 mark in the first half.
– KU led at halftime 69-26. The 69 points is third-most in a half all-time.
– KU scored 57 points in the second half, which is tied for 10th all-time.
– The 126 points scored by KU is the most in school history.
– KU attempted 40 free throws as a team, which is tied for 7th all-time.
– KU outscored Maine 74-24 in the paint.
– KU recorded 32 assists, which is tied for 1st all-time.
– KU made 48 field goals as a team, which is tied for 7th all-time.
– KU shot 66.7 percent, which is 5th best all-time.
– KU’s seven turnovers are tied for 6th best all-time.
– KU used the starting lineup of Aishah Sutherland, Keena Mays, Monica Engelman, Brooke Jelniker and Carolyn Davis in both halves.
– Davis scored 8 of the first 10 points for Kansas.
– Davis, (17) Sutherland (11) and Krysten Boogaard (15) were in double-figures at halftime.
– This was Davis’ fifth game of the year in which she scored 15 or more points. Davis has scored in double-figures in all seven games of the season.
– Boogaard led all scorers with 33 points off the bench.
– Marked the second time in as many games that two players finished with at least 20 points. Boogaard finished with 33 and Davis finished with 25.
– Jelniker set career-highs in points (8), assists (2), steals (2) and rebounds (5).
– Diara Moore set career-highs in points (14) and assists (7).
-Mays set career-highs in points (14), steals (6) and assists (9).
– Boogaard’s 27 points and eight rebounds were both season-highs. She set a career-high with 14 field goals made and three assists and tied her career-high with 17 field goals attempted.
– Sutherland tied a season-high with 17 points.
– All eight Jayhawks scored just nine minutes into the contest. Each active player had at least six points in the game.
– All eight Jayhawks that suited up saw action in the game.
– Angel Goodrich and Marisha Brown both sat out of the contest with injuries.