Kansas State Postgame Notes

February 14, 2007 - Bramlage Coliseum - Manhattan, Kan.
Kansas State (16-9, 4-8) 58, Colorado (11-13, 5-7) 60

- Kansas State moves to 28-31 in the all-time series against Colorado, including a 15-12 mark in Manhattan... K-State holds a 15-9 series lead against Colorado since the inception of the Big 12... It marks the first win for the Buffalos in a true road game this season (1-8) and the first time CU has earned a season sweep over the Wildcats since 2001... Colorado defeated K-State 66-55 earlier this season in Boulder.

- The Wildcats' starting lineup Wednesday night consisted of: senior guard Claire Coggins, junior guard Kimberly Dietz, sophomore guard Shalee Lehning, sophomore forward Shana Wheeler and freshman forward Ashley Sweat... This is the fifth-straight start for this group, which has gone just 1-4 in those five games... Coggins, Dietz and Lehning have started every game in 2006-07 for the Wildcats... Lehning has now started 52 consecutive games, dating back to a 77-66 victory over Louisiana Tech on Dec. 6, 2005... Tonight's game marked Coggins' 33rd-straight start and her 86th overall... Dietz has started 49 games in her Wildcat career... In her freshman campaign, Sweat has started six games for the 'Cats... The Wildcats are now 2-7 without the presence of injured sophomore forward Marlies Gipson.

- Colorado led 28-26 at halftime and dropped K-State to 1-8 this season when trailing at the half.

- Three Wildcats scored in double figures in tonight's matchup... Colorado had just one player, Derby, Kan., native Jackie McFarland score in twin figures... Coggins' 17 points tonight marked the 20th time this season and 60th time in her career that the senior has scored in double digits... Sweat set a career high in points scored with 18... Wheeler scored 10 points and returns to the scoring in double figures for the first time since the Wildcats' game at Nebraska (1/17/07).
 
- Lehning, Coggins and Wheeler led the team in rebounds with six each... The Wildcats out rebounded the Buffalos 35-31 and fell for just the second time this season when outrebounding their opponent (10-2).

- Colorado junior forward Jackie McFarland (sister of former Wildcat women's basketball lettermen Jessica McFarland) tallied 18 points and nine rebounds for the Buffs... McFarland has now scored in double figures in all but one game this season.

- Tonight's game's attendance was 3,457.