Kansas 82, Pepperdine 63 Postgame Notes

Dec. 30, 2009

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Postgame Notes

Kansas 82, Pepperdine 63

December 30, 2009

Kansas‘ win versus Pepperdine…

… Gives Kansas a 10-2 mark for the third-straight season.

… Moves Kansas to 4-0 versus Pepperdine.

… Improves Kansas head coach Bonnie Henrickson to 3-0 versus Pepperdine.

… Makes Kansas 354-150 all-time in Allen Fieldhouse.

… Gives Henrickson an 89-81 mark at Kansas and a 247-143 overall record.

… Makes Kansas 686-479 all time.

Game Notes

–Pepperdine was held without a field goal from the 13:17 mark until 5:40 during the first half (over seven minutes). KU went on a 22-4 run during that span.

–Kansas’ 49 points in the first half were its second-most points in a half this season. The Jayhawks scored 64 points in the first half of its season opener versus Oral Roberts on Nov. 15.

–Pepperdine committed just 10 fouls during the game, the fewest fouls by a KU opponent this season. As a result, Kansas shot a season-low eight free throws.

–Senior Sade Morris finished with double-digit points for just the third time this season, recording a team-high 22 points, her most points since scoring a career-high 26 versus Michigan on Nov. 22 earlier this season.

–Morris also made a season-best 10 field goals.

–Senior Danielle McCray scored 15 points to move into fourth on KU’s all-time scoring list with 1,793 career points. She also moved into the No. 6 spot with 660 career field goals made.

–McCray has recorded double figure points in all 12 games so far this season.

–Junior Krysten Boogaard was the third Jayhawk with double-digit points, contributing 10 in the effort, for her ninth contest during the 2009-10 season recording 10-plus points.

–Sophomore Aishah Sutherland tied her career-high with a team-best 12 rebounds, her fourth time with 10 or more boards this season. She was two points shy of her fourth double-double of the year with eight points, all in the first half.

–Sutherland went 2-for-2 from the charity stripe and has made 16 of her last 17 attempts from the free throw line over the last four games.

–Freshman point guard Angel Goodrich committed a season-low one turnover.

–Goodrich, who averaged 8.3 assists per game prior to the game, was limited to just four dimes versus the Waves.

–For the second-straight game, freshman Monica Engelman contributed seven points, one short of her career-high.

–After seeing little to no floor time through first six games of the season, junior Marisha Brown saw quality time for the fifth-straight game, logging 13 minutes.

–Freshman Carolyn Davis scored five points in just seven minutes of playing time.