RCW: Inside Women's Basketball 3.13

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 Women's Basketball By the Numbers - 20Number BY THE NUMBERS
Redshirt sophomore guard McKenzie Calvert was one point shy of her career-high 21 points Sunday against Missouri State. She finished the afternoon with a team-best 20 points.


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  • Kansas owns a 38-11 mark in season openers and, under head coach Brandon Schneider, the Jayhawks are 1-1 in regular-season openers.
  • In the month of November, KU is 122-44 all-time and has won eight of its last 13 contests in the 11th month of the year. Kansas has a record of 410-177 (.705) in Allen Fieldhouse. Over the last six seasons, Kansas has posted a 65-41 mark on its home court.
  • Kansas blocked six shots in its season opener against Missouri State. The last time KU swatted away five or more blocks was against Iowa State on Feb. 2, 2016.
  • The Jayhawks’ defense forced one shot clock violation and took three charges against the Lady Bears.
  • Senior forward Caelynn Manning-Allen is 1-0 when controlling the tipoff.
  • Redshirt junior guard Jessica Washington also netted double figures with 15 points in her debut in the Crimson and Blue.
  • Junior guard Chayla Cheadle led Kansas on the glass with a team-high seven rebounds.

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