Postgame Notes

Dec. 8, 2011

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Postgame Notes
December 8, 2011

Kansas’ win against Wisconsin…
–Makes Kansas 8-1 on the season.
–Gives Kansas a 3-2 series edge against Wisconsin, including 2-0 in games played in Allen Fieldhouse.
–Gives the Big 12 a 5-4 advantage in the Big 12/Big Ten Challenge in 2011-12.
–Makes KU head coach Bonnie Henrickson 3-1 all-time versus Wisconsin, 125-109 at Kansas and 283-171 for her career.
–Gives Kansas a 381-204 all-time record in Allen Fieldhouse, including 6-0 in 2011-12.
–Makes Kansas 722-507 all time.

Team Notes
— Kansas starters (career starts) – Angel Goodrich (50), Aishah Sutherland (60), Carolyn Davis (55), Keena Mays (14) and Natalie Knight (8). Goodrich and Knight have started every game each has played while at Kansas. Mays started her first game of the season.
–KU’s six turnovers tied for the second lowest in school history. The six turnovers have happened four other times with the most recent being against New Orleans on Dec. 3, 2005. The school-record low for turnovers is five against Northern Iowa on March 13, 2006.
–Kansas gave up 44 points and has held three opponents to 50 points or less this season.
–KU led at halftime (42-23) for the eighth time in nine games this season.
–Wisconsin’s 28.3 field goal percentage was the second lowest for a KU opponent this season (18.8 by Lamar on 11/25).
–Kansas made four three-pointers in the first half to mark the second time this season the Jayhawks have made at least four threes in a half.
–Kansas continued to wear orange shoe laces in remembrance of the Oklahoma State tragedy last month.

Individual Notes
–Senior F Aishah Sutherland pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds, which is also the most by a Jayhawk this season. She broke her old personal best of 14 set twice, including against Creighton (11/16). Sutherland has four games with 10-plus rebounds this season and 26 for her career.
–With her 12 points and 16 rebounds, Sutherland recorded her third double-double of the season and 14th of her career.
–Junior F Carolyn Davis scored nine points and moved into 21st place on the KU career scoring list with 1,049 points.
–With her six rebounds, Davis has pulled down six or more rebounds in each of her last two games and three times this season.
–Sophomore G Keena Mays has made multiple three-pointers in each of her last two games with four at Alabama (12/4) and two against Wisconsin.
–With 17 points, Mays has scored in double figures in two straight games and four times this season. In her last two games she is averaging 19.0 points.
–Junior G Angel Goodrich scored 12 points and has scored in double figures seven times this season and 18 times in her career.
–Goodrich had five assists and four steals. She has recorded five or more assists in all nine games this season and four or more steals in six contests.
–Davis won the tip for the eighth time this season. Kansas has won every opening tip in 2011-12 – Davis with eight and Aishah Sutherland with one.
–Sophomore F Tania Jackson scored 10 points and has scored in double figures in three games this season and eight times for her career.
–Freshman G Donielle Breaux had two points and has scored in three games this season.
–With two points, freshman F Chelsea Gardner has scored in three straight games and four contests this season.