Postgame Notes

Dec. 4, 2010

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Postgame Notes


December 4, 2010

Moody Coliseum, Dallas

Team Notes

– Kansas used the starting lineup of Keena Mays, Monica Engelman and Diara Moore at guard, Aishah Sutherland and Carolyn Davis at forward in both halves.

– Kansas remains undefeated at 8-0 on the season and a perfect 2-0 on the road. The Jayhawks are 8-0 for the first time since the 2005-2006 season.

– The Jayhawks are now 2-1 all-time against SMU all-time.

– The win puts KU at 13-1 all-time against Conference USA teams and 2-0 this season.

– Head coach Bonnie Henrickson is now 6-2 against versus Conference USA and 1-1 against the Mustangs.

– Henrickson is now 262-157 in her head coaching career and 104-95 at Kansas.

– The Jayhawks started the game by going 1-for-10 from the field and falling behind 10-2, before rallying to tie the game at 17-17 at 6:08.

– SMU lead 32-31 at the half, marking the second time this season that the Jayhawks were down by just one point at the half. Both occasions have come on the road, as Wisconsin held a 30-31 halftime lead in the Nov. 21 contest, in Madison, Wis.

– KU is now 2-0 when trailing by only one at halftime. Both wins have come on the road.

– The 27.8 percent first-half field goal shooting mark was the lowest single-half percentage of the season.

– At the start of the second half, the Jayhawks went 4-for-6 from the field, while holding the Mustangs scoreless from the field through the first six minutes.

Player Notes

– Guard Monica Engelman led the game with six rebounds and was tied for the lead with 10 points at the half. Engelman finished the game leading the Jayhawks in points (17), rebounds (eight) and assists (four).

– Forward Aishah Sutherland has now put up double-digit scoring numbers in six of KU’s eight contests.

– Sutherland blocked a season-high three shots, which is one short of her career-high

– Guard Keena Mays had her sixth performance with 10 or more points this season.

– Guard CeCe Harper scored a career-high nine points.

– Guards Angel Goodrich and Marisha Brown continued to sit on the bench due to injuries.