Kansas State Women's Basketball Postgame Notes
February 21, 2010 • Bramlage Coliseum • Manhattan, Kan.
Kansas State 58 (12-14, 4-8 Big 12), Oklahoma 64 (19-7, 9-3 Big 12)
- Sunday afternoon's matchup between Kansas State and Oklahoma was the 50th in the series ...The series is now 27-23 in favor of the Sooners... Oklahoma won the previous meeting between the two schools, 64-48, on Jan.14 in Norman, Okla... Head coach Deb Patterson, the all-time women's basketball wins leader at K-State, now owns a career record of 277-160 (.635).
- 4,523 fans cheered on the Wildcats on Sunday afternoon... On the season, 51,724 fans have filed into Bramlage Coliseum, for an average of 3,978 fans per game...Last season, K-State averaged 4,624 fans in 14 home games.
- 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 marks the 20th time this season this lineup has been used by K-State, including the 16th consecutive game... Today's start marked the 105th consecutive and the 110th career start for Sweat... Sweat is two starts away from tying Mary Jo Miller (1988-92) for 10th all time on the K-State career games started list with 112... Kincaid started her 78th consecutive game.
- K-State went into the locker room leading 34-18... The Wildcats are now 9-5 when leading at the half this season... Oklahoma's 18 points tied for their season low in a half... The Sooners were also held to 18 first half points in their Nov. 15, 2009 loss at Georgia...Sweat lead all scorers at the break with 13 points... Childs lead the pack in both assists and rebounds, dishing out 3 assists while grabbing five rebounds... K-State forced the Sooners into 14 turnovers on the half, converting those turnovers into 12 points on the offensive end... It was the most turnovers in a half by OU all season... The Wildcats took care of the ball themselves, only turning the ball over four times in the half.
- The Sooners put together a 15-0 run in the second half to bring the game back into reach... Oklahoma took its their first lead in more than 32 minutes of game time with 4:37 left in the game, going up 53-51.
- Sweat finished the game with 19 points to lead Kansas State... With her scoring effort, Sweat passed Laurie Koehn for third on the K-State career scoring list with 1,735 career points...It was the 15th time this season Sweat has led the Wildcats in scoring... Sweat extended her consecutive scoring streak to 125 games... She is one game away from tying Nichole Ohlde for first on the consecutive games scored list with 126...She has scored in double figures in 94 of 125 games played (.750) in her career... She reached double figures for the 21st time this season... She finished with two steals and one block.
- Freshman guard Brittany Chambers finished with 13 points, scoring in double figures for the 17th time this season... Chambers was 3-of-6 from the 3-point line...It marked the ninth time this season that Chambers has recorded three or more 3-point field goals... She also grabbed five rebounds including three on the offensive end.
- Sophomore forward Jalana Childs finished with 11 points, marking the seventh time she has recorded double digits... It is only the second time in conference play that Childs has scored in double figures, the first coming on a 15 point effort against Kansas on Jan. 9... She led the Wildcats in rebounds with seven, including three on the offensive end.
- K-State has now hit at least one 3-pointer in 101 consecutive games, dating back to February 7, 2007... The Cats were 6-of-19 (.316) from beyond-the-arc.