KU Postgame Notes
Dec. 10, 2006
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Dec. 10, 2006
– California now leads the all-time series 2-1.
– Freshman Danielle McCray led the Jayhawks in scoring with 19 points. This marks the sixth-consecutive game a freshman has led the Jayhawks in scoring.
– McCray’s 19 points are a career high and the most an individual has scored in a single game this season for the Jayhawks.
– Kansas went on a 22-9 run starting at the 12:55 mark in the first half until the 4:15 mark. The run gave the Jayhawks a lead that they would carry into the intermission.
– California forward Ashley Walker’s 26 points were the most points allowed by an individual against the Jayhawks this season.
– Three Jayhawks (sophomore Marija Zinic and freshmen LaChelda Jacobs and Danielle McCray) fouled out, which ties for the third most all-time and the most since Feb. 24, 1995, against Colorado.
– Kansas attempted 25 three-point attempts, which ties for third most in school history.
– The Jayhawks captured 23 offensive rebounds today, their most of the season. Seven of Danielle McCray’s nine rebounds came on the offensive end.
– The game included eight ties and nine lead changes.
– For the second time this season the Jayhawks had three players reach double-digits. All three were freshmen: Danielle McCray, Kelly Kohn and Sade Morris.
– The 30 fouls committed by Kansas was the most since Feb. 13, 2002, against Nebraska when the Jayhawks committed 31 fouls.
– The 42 free-throw attempts by California marks the most free-throw attempts by a Kansas opponent since Feb. 13, 2002 when Nebraska attempted 45.