Postgame Notes

Postgame Notes
January 31, 2010 • Bramlage Coliseum • Manhattan, Kan.
Kansas State 73 (11-9, 3-3 Big 12), No. 22/18 Iowa State 67 (16-4, 4-3 Big 12)

  • Sunday afternoon's matchup between the Wildcats and the Cyclones was the 71st in the history of the series... K-State leads the series, 45-26 (.633) including a record of 24-9 (.727) in Manhattan... The 'Cats have won five out of the last seven meetings in the Little Apple... Head coach Deb Patterson is now 13-16 versus the Cyclones and is 9-5 against ISU in Bramlage Coliseum... K-State is now 117-97 (.546) all-time in Big 12 play... Today's attendance was 4,925, bettering the season average by more than 1,100 fans
  • K-State moved to 2-2 against nationally ranked opponents on the year, with both of those victories coming against Big 12 opponents
  • The 'Cats moved to 6-2 on the season when they score 70 or more points
  • The Wildcat's starting lineup Sunday afternoon consisted of freshman guards Brittany Chambers and Taelor Karr, sophomore forward Jalana Childs, senior guard Kari Kincaid, and senior forward Ashley Sweat... Today's start marked the 99th consecutive and the 104th career start for Ashley Sweat... Senior Kari Kincaid has now started 75 games in a row
  • K-State lead Iowa State at the intermission, 29-27... The Wildcats are 8-3 this season, when leading at the half... Ashley Sweat led the 'Cats in scoring with 11 points at the break... K-State shot a scorching 50 percent (3-of-6), while holding ISU to just 0-of-7 from behind the arc
  • K-State has now hit at least one 3-pointer in 95 consecutive games, dating back to February 7, 2007... The Cats were 8-of-14 (.571) from beyond the arc... The 'Cats connected on 25 field goals, which is the second highest total of the season since they tallied 27 made field goals against Missouri on January 13
  • The Wildcats did not attempt a free throw until the 12:27 mark in the second half... K-State is currently first in the Big 12 in free throw percentage, connecting on an impressive .806 percent of shots from the charity stripe on the year... They finished 15-of-20 (.750) as a team, including a mark of 13-of-16 (.812) with under five minutes left in both the first and second half
  • Ashley Sweat finished the game with 31 points to lead KSU in scoring...It was the 12th time this season Sweat has led the Wildcats in scoring... Her scoring outburst today marked her highest point total since she scored 26 points against Missouri State on December 5th... Sweat extended her consecutive games scoring streak to 119 games, the second longest consecutive scoring streak in school history... She reached double figures for the tenth consecutive game and the 17th game this season... She has scored in double-figures 90 times in her career... Today's effort marked the second time this season and third time in the her career that Sweat has scored 30 or more points... Sweat continues to climb the school's all-time blocks list, passing Kristie Bahner for eighth, with 66 career blocks... She also climbed a rung higher on the all-time rebounds list, tying Nadira Hazim for 18th place with 554 career rebounds... Sweat came into the contest hitting on nine of her last nine free throw attempts and continued that streak by hitting her first six free throws of the game... She finished an impressive 10-of-12 (.833) from the foul line... Sweat moved past Angie Bonner into fourth place on the all-time free throws attempted list, with 473 attempts for her career
  • Freshman guard Brittany Chambers scored in double figures, finishing with 14 points... She has scored in double-figures in 14 out of 20 games this season... She added a team-high seven assists and a team-high seven rebounds... Chambers has lead the team in rebounds five times so far this season
  • Freshman guard Taelor Karr was the third Wildcat that scored in double-figures, finishing with 12 points... Today marked the 10th time this season that she has scored in double-digits... Karr also added five rebounds... She also drew her first charge of the season