Kansas Postgame Notes

Dec. 5, 2004

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Kansas Postgame Notes
No. 18 Minnesota 62, Kansas 45
December 5, 2004

Kansas’ loss to Minnesota…
…Makes KU 13-3 all-time against Minnesota.
…Makes KU 4-3 against UM in Minneapolis, Minn.
…Gives KU its second straight loss.
…Gives KU 29 straight losses to ranked opponents.
…Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson 3-3 at KU and 162-64 overall.
…Makes the Jayhawks 600-401 all time.

– KU led at halftime for the fourth straight game and for the fifth (out of six games) time this season.
– Junior Erica Hallman tied a season-high six assists, also done vs. Sacred Heart (11-24).
– Hallman played 40 minutes for the second time this season. It was the fourth 40-minute game by a Jayhawk this year.
– Hallman recorded 11 points to notch her third-straight double-figure scoring game.
– Kansas’ 45 points marked a season low.
– Kansas held Minnesota to a Golden Gopher season-low 62 points.
– Junior Crystal Kemp notched her fourth double-figure scoring game of the season and led the Jayhawks in scoring for the fourth time with 17 points.
– Junior Kaylee Brown recorded her second career double-figure scoring game with 10 points.
– The Jayhawks led the Gophers from the opening tip to the 14:47 mark of the second half when Liz Podominick hit two free throws to tie the game at 37-all.
– KU, which has used four different starting lineups, used the combination of Kaylee Brown, Aquanita Burras, Taylor McIntosh, Erica Hallman and Crystal Kemp for the third straight game.
– Burras started her team-best 63rd straight game.
– Burras dished a career-high six assists. Previous high was five, done two times, including earlier this season against Texas-Arlington.