Post Game Notes

Dec. 18, 2004

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Kansas 84, Dartmouth 51

December 18, 2004

Kansas’win over Dartmouth…

…Makes KU 5-3 for the second straight year.

…Makes KU 1-1 all-time against Dartmouth.

…Makes the Jayhawks 1-0 all-time against the Big Green in Lawrence, Kan.

…Gives KU a two-game winning streak.

…Gives the Jayhawks a 5-2 record at home this season.

…Makes head coach Bonnie Henrickson 5-3 at KU and 163-65 overall.

…Makes the Jayhawks 602-401 all time.


– Senior Aquanita Burras started her team-best 64th straight game.

– Junior Crystal Kemp (24 points) scored in double digits for the sixth time in eight games this season. This marked the 13th time in her career she has netted 20+ points in a game.

– Kemp’s 12 field goals marked a career-high and were a season-high for any Jayhawk player this season.

– The Jayhawks gave up 30+ points in the first half for the first time this season.

– Kansas’ 41 points in the first half tied for the most the Jayhawks have scored in an opening stanza this season. KU netted 41 points against Denver on Nov. 30.

– Junior Kaylee Brown recorded career-highs in rebounds (five), points (18), field goals attempted (14), field goals (six), three-point field goals (four) and three-point field goal attempts (10). Her four three-pointers and 10 three-point attempts were season-highs by a KU player.

– Junior Erica Hallman recorded a career-high 13 assists, which ties for the second most ever in a single game by a Jayhawk. It is the most assists in a single game since Lisa Braddy collected a school record 18 against Creighton on Dec. 22, 1989. Braddy also dished 13 assists twice, on Dec. 30, 1988 and Nov. 27, 1987.

– Freshman Taylor McIntosh had career-highs in field goals made (five) and field goals attempted (10). She also tied her career-high with 11 points and recorded her first career double-double.

– Kansas’ 84 points were a season-high and were the most since the Jayhawks racked up 84 against Fairfield on Dec. 30, 2003.

– Freshman Jamie Boyd recorded a career-high seven rebounds.

– Sophomore Sharita Smith recorded career-highs in points (10), field goals (five) and field goal attempts (11). She tied a career-high in assists (two) and a season-high with two rebounds.

– KU’s 43 points in the second half were the most by the `Hawks in any half this season.

– The Jayhawks recorded season-highs in field goals (36), field goal attempts (72), rebounds (44), offensive rebounds (19), defensive rebounds (25) and assists (23).

– Kansas’ nine turnovers were a season-low.

– Five players scored in double figures for the Jayhawks making it the most this season.

– KU’s 33 point winning margin was its best this season.

– Kansas shot 50 percent or better for the second time this season. The Jayhawks are 2-0 when shooting 50 percent or better.