Postgame Notes

Kansas State Women's Basketball Postgame Notes
February 10, 2010 • Bramlage Coliseum • Manhattan, Kan.
Kansas State 37 (12-11, 4-5 Big 12), Missouri 33 (11-121, 1-9 Big 12)

  • Wednesday night's contest between Big 12 North rivals K-State and Missouri was the 77th in the history of the series... The Wildcats now hold a 42-35 advantage in the series, including a 25-10 record in Manhattan... K-State took the first matchup between the two teams this season, defeating the Tigers 65-50 on Jan. 13... K-State is now 118-99 (.544) all-time in Big 12 play... Today's attendance was 3,438.
  • The Wildcat's starting lineup Wednesday night 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 102nd consecutive and the 107th career start for Ashley Sweat... Senior Kari Kincaid has now started 78 games in a row.
  • K-State led Missouri at the half, 16-13... The Wildcats are 9-3 this season when leading at the intermission... Shalin Spani and Ashley Sweat led the 'Cats in scoring with 4 points each at the break... K-State held Missouri to just 6-of-28 (21.4 percent) shooting from the floor on the half, including 0-of-7 from behind the arc.... Brittany Chambers grabbed seven rebounds in the first half, leading all Wildcats... Mizzou's 13 points tied for the lowest surrendered to an opponent in a half all season, with the Wildcats holding Kansas to that total in the second half of their Jan. 9 matchup.
  • The Wildcats held Mizzou to a tie for their lowest field goal percentage of the year, 24.1 percent (13-of-54) while also holding the Tigers to their lowest 3-point field goal percentage of the season, 7.7 percent (1-of-13)... K-State recorded its fewest two-point field goal makes (11), 3-point field goal makes (2) and 3-point field goal percentage (18.2 percent) on the year... The Wildcats' previous lows were 15, 4 and 22 percent, respectively... The Wildcats' 13 field goals were the lowest amount in a home game in Bramlage Coliseum history.
  • Missouri's 33 points marked the second time this season the Wildcats have held an opponent to less than 36 in a game, the first coming when K-State held Kansas to just 36 points in their Jan. 9 matchup...The Tigers were just 13-of-54 (24.1 percent) from the floor on the contest, including 1-of-13 (7.7 percent) from 3-point range... Mizzou's 33 points were the fewest allowed by K-State since holding Alcorn State to 22 on Dec. 5 2008.
  • K-State has now hit at least one 3-pointer in 98 consecutive games, dating back to February 7, 2007.
  • Freshman guard Brittany Chambers was a force on the boards, setting a new career high with 12 rebounds... Her 12 rebounds were the most grabbed by a Wildcat in a single game this season... That total was the most rebounds recorded by a freshman since Childs pulled down 16 last season against Oklahoma State on Feb. 15... Chambers' previous career high of 9 came in the Wildcats Dec. 21 victory over UTSA.
  • Freshman guard Taelor Karr finished the game with 10 points to lead K-State in scoring... It marks the first time in her career she has led the team in scoring... Karr has scored in double digits in 10 out of her last 13 outings... She also chipped in one assist and two steals while recording zero turnovers.
  • Sweat extended her consecutive games scoring streak to 122 games, the second longest consecutive scoring streak in school history... She recorded six points on the contest.