• Wednesday evening's contest marked the 65th meeting between Kansas State and Colorado... With the loss, K-State now trails Colorado in the all-time series, 32-33, also snapping the Wildcats three-game win streak against the Buffaloes... Head coach Deb Patterson, the all-time women's basketball wins leader at K-State, now owns a career record of 275-154 (.641).
• Attendance on Wednesday evening was 4,076, the second-highest attendance total this season... 400 members of the 1st Sustainment Brigade of the U.S. Army based at Fort Riley were in attendance for the matchup... On Wednesday, Sept. 16, the Wildcats spent their afternoon at Fort Riley for a function arranged by Captain Trisha Meyer... During their time on base, the team experienced a simulation of what the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan do on a day-to-day basis and met one of the highest ranking officials in the U.S. Army.
• The Wildcats' starting lineup consisted of: senior forward Ashley Sweat, freshman guard Taelor Karr, freshman guard Brittany Chambers, sophomore forward Jalana Childs and senior guard Kari Kincaid...This is the 12th time this season K-State has used this starting lineup ... Sweat made her 103rd career start, while Kincaid started her 73rd consecutive game.
• Kansas State shot 28.3-percent from the field, their worst shooting percentage since March 6, 2007, when they shot 27.3-percent against Iowa State at the COX Center in Oklahoma City, Okla., for the Big 12 Conference Championship.
• K-State went into the half trailing Colorado, 25-30... The Wildcats are now 3-5 when trailing their opponent at the break this season... The Wildcats shot an impressive 12-of-15 (80-percent) from the free-throw stripe in the first frame... Going into the intermission, Jalana Childs led all Wildcats in scoring with seven points, while Brittany Chambers led the team with five rebounds.
• Brittany Chambers led all scorers on Wednesday night with 16 points, marking the sixth time she has led the Wildcats in scoring this season... Chambers shot 4-of-10 (40-percent) from the field and knocked down three treys... She also tied for a team-high seven rebounds in the contest.
• Ashley Sweat added 13 points and five rebounds of her own in the game, while setting two career milestones... She recorded two blocks in the game, moving her past Nicky Ramage (1996-00) and into sole possession of the ninth-place slot on K-State's all-time career blocks list with 64.... With two more blocks, Sweat will move into eighth place on the list, passing Kristie Bahner (1987-91) who finished her career with 65 blocks... With her 13 field goal attempts in the game, she moved into ninth-place on the K-State all-time field goal attempts list with 1,275.• Taelor Karr finished the contest with 11 points and tied her career-high with seven rebounds.