Dec. 28, 2005
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Kansas 73, Pepperdine 60
December 28, 2005
Kansas’ win against Pepperdine
… Makes KU 10-0 to start the season, matching a program-best start done in 1991-92.
… Gives the Jayhawks their first 10-game winning streak since winning 11 straight between Dec. 22 and Jan. 30 in the 1993-94 season.
… Makes KU 2-0 all-time against Pepperdine and 1-0 against the Waves in Lawrence.
… Improves Kansas to 6-1 all-time against West Coast Conference teams.
… Makes the Jayhawks 10-0 at home this season.
… Improves head coach Bonnie Henrickson’s record to 22-16 at Kansas and 180-78 in her career.
… Makes Kansas 619-414 all time.
- Senior Crystal Kemp scored 27 points tonight, one shy of her career-high 28 against Wisconsin (12-11-05). Kemp has scored 20 or more points in two of her last three games, four times this season and 17 times for her career.
- Kemp’s 10 field goals tonight tied her season high – 10 vs. Wisconsin.
- Kemp has made 503 all-time field goals, which moves her into 10th on the KU career list. She passed Jaclyn Johnson who had 496 field goals from 1998 to 2001.
- Sophomore Taylor McIntosh’s 10 rebounds tied a season high – 10 vs. Detroit (11-22-05). It marked the seventh time in her career she has recorded 10-plus rebounds.
- Senior Erica Hallman has scored 10 or more points in each of her last three games and seven times this season.
- Hallman had eight rebounds tonight. She has had eight or more rebounds in three of her last four games.
- Freshman Ivana Catic has scored 10-plus points in five of her last six games and eight times this season.
- Freshman Marija Zinic has recorded five or more rebounds in four of her last five games and four times this season.
- Tonight’s attendance – 3,622 – was a season high.
- Kansas has held seven of its 10 opponents to 60 points or less this season.
- KU’s 29 points in the first half tied a season low. It’s 43 points in the second half were a season high.
- Kansas has held the halftime lead in eight of 10 games this season. KU led 29-25 tonight.
- The Jayhawks have held all 10 opponents to under 50 percent shooting this season. Pepperdine shot 41.1 percent tonight.
- KU forced 19 turnovers tonight and committed 15 to mark the ninth time this season it has forced more TOs than committed.
- Tonight marked the seventh time this season Kansas has used the starting lineup of Taylor McIntosh, Kaylee Brown, Ivana Catic, Erica Hallman and Crystal Kemp.
- Kansas has made at least one three-point field goal in 47 straight games.
KU has held 318 straight opponents to under 100 points.