RCW: Inside Women's Basketball 3.23

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In two games last week, Kansas women’s basketball connected on 40.4 percent of its attempts from the 3-point line.

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  • Kansas went 1-1 on the week after a home contest against Oklahoma State (2/8) and a game at No. 10 Texas (2/11).
  • KU evened the 2017 series against Oklahoma State with a 67-49 victory inside Allen Fieldhouse while Texas swept the 2017 series with a 75-42 victory in the Frank Erwin Center on Sunday.
  • With a 1-1 mark last week, the Jayhawks moved to 8-17 on the season and 2-12 in Big 12 Conference action.
  • The Jayhawks made 43.5 percent of their attempts from the 3-point arc against Oklahoma State, marking the highest 3-point shooting percentage in Big 12 play this season and second time shot above 40 percent from beyond the arc.
  • Kansas’ defense held Oklahoma State to just 49 points, the fewest KU has allowed in league play and second time this year to hold a team to under 50 points.
  • KU forced the Cowgirls to turn the ball over 25 times, including three shot-clock violations. The game marked Kansas’ fourth game this year forcing at least 25 turnovers.
  • Sophomore guard Aisia Robertson led the Jayhawks with 14 points against OSU, her second double-figure scoring effort of the season.
  • Senior guard Timeka O’Neal added 13 points behind a 3-for-5 effort from the 3-point line, while redshirt junior guard Jessica Washington contributed 12 points.
  • Washington and sophomore Kylee Kopatich combined for eight of KU’s nine triples at Texas (2/11). Kansas has now recorded nine or more 3-pointers nine times this season.
  • Washington finished the game at Texas with 15 points, tying for the game-high mark. The Tulsa, Oklahoma native has led all scorers in nine of her 14 Big 12 Conference outings.
  • Kopatich concluded the regular-season finale against the Longhorns with 14 points.



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