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Dec. 7, 2005

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Kansas 73, UMKC 51

December 7, 2005

Kansas’ win over UMKC…

  • Makes the Jayhawks 6-0 for the first time since the 1991-92 season when KU went 10-0 to start the season.
  • Gives the Jayhawks their first six-game winning streak since winning six straight between January 23 and February 13 in the 1998-99 season.
  • Makes KU 11-3 all-time against UMKC and 6-1 against the Kangaroos in Lawrence.
  • Improves the Jayhawks’ all-time record against the Mid-Continent Conference to 22-4.
  • Makes the Jayhawks 6-0 at home
  • Improves head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record to 18-16 at Kansas and 176-78 in her career.
  • Makes the Jayhawks 615-414 all-time.


  • Senior Crystal Kemp’s 16 points moved her into 13th on Kansas’ all-time list.
  • Senior Kaylee Brown took sole possession of ninth place on Kansas’ all-time three-point field goals with her first trey in the game’s opening frame.
  • Kansas used a 16-2 first half run to build a 40-23 halftime lead.
  • The run was punctuated by Taylor McIntosh’s old-fashioned three-point play.
  • Senior Erica Hallman’s seven assists marked a season high.
  • Freshman Ivana Catic’s three 3-point field goals made is a career high.
  • Catic, who leads the nation in assists per game, added three to her season total.
  • Brown’s five rebounds tied a career high.
  • Freshman Marija Zinic’s 10 rebounds are a career best.
  • Brown’s four assists tie a career high.
  • Kansas’ 28 forced turnovers were one shy of a season high.
  • Brown’s four assists were a season high.
  • Kansas’ 90 percent mark from the free throw line was a season high.
  • The Jayhawks’ one blocked shot tied a season low.
  • Kemp’s 15 field-goal attempts were a season high.
  • Zinic’s two steals were a career high.