Postgame Notes

Kansas State moves to 7-10 all-time against Texas, including a 4-3 mark in Manhattan.

The Wildcats’ starting lineup Friday evening consisted of: senior guard Claire Coggins, junior guard Kimberly Dietz, sophomore guard Shalee Lehning, junior forward Shana Wheeler and freshman forward Ashley Sweat... It is Coggins’ 30th straight start and the 83rd of her career... Lehning has now started 49-straight games, dating back to a 77-66 victory over Louisiana Tech on Dec. 6 of last year... This is the second time this season that this lineup has been used... Kansas State is now 0-2 with this starting lineup.

Kansas State shot 7-of-31 (22.6) from the floor for the first half, this represents the lowest shooting percentage for the Wildcats in the first half of any game this season. The 14 points that the Wildcats scored is lowest point output for the Wildcats in any half this season.

The Wildcats did not connect on a free throw or three point attempt in the first half... This is the first time this season that the Wildcats did hit at least one three-point shot or a free throw in a half this season.

The 34 points that Kansas State scored tonight is a season low for the Wildcats... The previous season low point total was 48 against Texas A&M on January 6, 2007.

Kansas State made only 14 baskets for the game, this is a season low for the Wildcats... The previous low was 18 made field goals against Oklahoma on January 3, 2007.

The Wildcats did not make a three point shot during the game... The last time the Wildcats went an entire game without a three point basket was against Southeast Missouri State on December 30, 2003.

The six three points shots that the Longhorns attempted was the fewest for a Wildcat opponent since Louisiana Tech attempted five on December 5, 2006.

The eight free throws attempted by the Longhorns was the fewest by a Wildcat opponent since Elon only attempted five on November 25, 2006.