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Dec. 11, 2005

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Kansas 90, Wisconsin 87

December 11, 2005

Kansas’ win over Wisconsin…

– Makes the Jayhawks 7-0 to start the season for the first time since the 1991-92 season when KU went 10-0 to begin the year.

  • Gives the Jayhawks their first seven-game winning streak since winning eight straight between Dec. 4 and Jan. 5 in the 1998-99 season.
  • Makes KU 1-1 all-time against Wisconsin and 1-0 against the Badgers in Lawrence.
  • Improves the Jayhawks’ all-time record against the Big Ten Conference to 21-12.
  • Makes the Jayhawks 7-0 at home this season.
  • Improves head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record to 19-16 at Kansas and 177-78 in her career
  • Makes the Jayhawks 616-414 all-time.


  • Senior Erica Hallman and freshman Ivana Catic played all 50 minutes of the game. Senior Crystal Kemp played 49+ minutes.
  • Senior guard Erica Hallman’s 12 3-point attempts gives her 366 for her career and moves her into third place on Kansas’ all-time list, past Shannon Kite.
  • It marked KU’s first double overtime game since the Jayhawks fell to Vanderbilt during the first round of the 2000 NCAA Tournament in Ruston, La., 69-71.
  • KU came back to win after trailing by 14 point at the half. It marked the largest deficit since KU trailed by 15 points at the half to Texas and came back to win on Jan. 13, 1998. It is the third largest in school history.
  • Hallman’s 24 points, 22 field goal attempts, nine field goals and nine rebounds all set new career-highs. Hallman’s 10 assists were a season-high.
  • Senior guard Kaylee Brown’s five 3-point attempts gives her 218 for her career and moves her into sixth place on Kansas’ all-time list, past Kay Kay Hart.
  • Brown’s five rebounds and 15 field goal attempts tied a career-high.
  • Freshman forward Marija Zinic set career-highs with five free throws and six free-throw attempts.
  • The Jayhawks used a 13-3 run to draw the game within six points in the second half. The run culminated with a Kemp fast-break lay-up around the 7-minute mark.
  • KU also went on a 17-6 run to close out the 2nd half.
  • Kemp’s 28 points moved the senior forward to 12th place on Kansas’ all-time scoring list. She now has 1,202 points for her career.
  • Kemp’s 28 points set a new career-high.
  • Kemp’s 11 rebounds were a season-high.