Kansas Postgame Notes - vs. Newman
Dec. 9, 2012
Final Stats |
KANSAS STARTERS (CAREER/SEASON): Angel Goodrich (85/9), Tania Jackson (19/7), Monica Engelman (77/9), Carolyn Davis (79/9) and Natalie Knight (43/9).
Improved the Jayhawks record to 8-1, overall. KU now has a 50-game winning streak against non-conference teams during the regular season while playing in Allen Fieldhouse.
Moved Bonnie Henrickson's record at Kansas to 146-122 at KU (9th season) and her career record to 304-184.
Secured Kansas' lead in the series against Newman, 1-0. The last time KU lost to a non-conference team at home during the regular season was Dec. 31, 2006 against Xavier.
Brought the Jayhawks all-time record to 743-520 and its all-time non-conference record to 323-148.
The Jayhawks outscored the Jets 18-6 in the first 6:39 of play. Davis contributed 10 of Kansas' 18 points.
Eight Jayhawks added to KU's season-high 51 first-half points.
Kansas secured its largest lead of the game (36 points) with 2:09 left to play.
The Jayhawks tied their season-high with its 55 percent field goal accuracy. KU shot 43-for-70 from the floor to record a season-high for field goals made. KU also scored 68 of their points in the paint, also a season-high.
As a team, the Jayhawks shot over 50 percent for the third time this season 54.8 (44-for-73).
KU's 16 steals were a season-high, breaking the previous season-high (12), set twice earlier this season (Grambling State, Minnesota).
Senior forward Carolyn Davis scored first for the Jayhawks for the fifth time this season and chipped in the Jayhawks' first 10 points. Davis led KU with 24 points and tied a season high with nine rebounds - all in 14 minutes.
Senior guard Monica Engelman recorded four assists and scored 10 points, just one assist and one two-point bucket away from tying season-highs in each.
Senior guard Angel Goodrich led her team with seven assists, set a personal high with five rebounds and contributed 11 points.
Sophomore forward Chelsea Gardner came off the bench for KU and scored the second-most points for KU with 17 points and grabbed seven boards. Over the last four games, she has come off the bench to score a combined 65 points on 29-for-39 (.744) shooting.
Sophomore guard Asia Boyd set a personal high of three assists and added nine points for the Jayhawks.
Freshman guard Lamaria Cole added seven points and maintained her 100 percent shooting average as a Jayhawk.