Dec. 21, 2005
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Kansas 63, Creighton 52
December 21, 2005
Kansas’ win over Creighton…
-Makes the Jayhawks 9-0 to start the season for the first time since 1991-92 when KU went 10-0 to begin the year.
-Gives the Jayhawks their first nine-game winning streak since winning 11-straight between Dec. 22 and Jan. 30 in the 1993-94 season.
-Makes KU 15-12 all-time against Creighton and 9-5 against the Bluejays in Lawrence.
-Snaps a five-game losing streak to Creighton.
-Improves the Jayhawks to 72-28 all-time against Missouri Valley Conference teams.
-Makes the Jayhawks 9-0 at home this season.
-Improves head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record to 21-16 at Kansas and 179-78 in her career.
-Makes the Jayhawks 618-414 all-time.
-At 9-0 on the season, KU remains one of two Big 12 teams still undefeated.
-Kansas avenged a 68-63 loss to Creighton from the 2004-05 season.
-KU has led at the half in seven of nine games this season.
-KU is 6-0 this season with the starting lineup of Catic, Brown, McIntosh, Hallman and Kemp.
-KU extended its streak of consecutive games with a three-pointer to 46.
-Kansas outrebounded Creighton 37-36 to mark the fifth time this season it has beat its opponents on the boards.
-KU scored a season-low 63 points.
-Crystal Kemp has scored in double figures in every game this season and 64 times for her career.
-Kemp has at least one blocked shot in her last four games.
-Kemp has averaged 21.3 points per game over the last three contests.
-Kemp has made 493 career field goals and is two shy from cracking the KU top 10 list.
-Erica Hallman has scored in double figures six times this season and 41 times in her career.
-Hallman recorded eight assists, which marked the fifth time this season she has recorded at least five assists in a game.
-Hallman moved into fourth place on the KU career assists list, currently at 363. She passed Kay Kay Hart who had 356 from 1988-92.