Postgame Notes

--Kansas State moved to 5-1 on the season with Saturday's win. Kansas State is 3-1 (.750) all-time in the Sprint Center... The paid attendance on Saturday afternoon was 7,053.

--The Wildcats' starting lineup Saturday afternoon was junior guard Jacob Pullen, senior guard Denis Clemente, junior forward Dominique Sutton, junior forward Curtis Kelly and freshman center Jordan Henriquez-Roberts... It marks the fifth time this season the team has used this starting combination... Pullen has now started in 37 straight games for the Wildcats, extending his streak as the team's leader in most consecutive games played to 70... K-State is now 4-1 on the year with this starting lineup.

--Today's game marked the first time these two programs have ever met. K-State is now 31-3 all-time against the Summit League.

--K-State led the Jaguars at the half 40-29. This is the fifth game this season the Wildcats half led after the first period; it is also the most points they have scored in the first half.

--On his first free throws in today's game, senior guard Denis Clemente has now reached a career milestone by scoring his 1,000 career point. He finished the game with 12 points.

--K-State guards Jacob Pullen and Denis Clemente had a combined total of 37 points marking the 33rd time they have had a combined score of 20 or more points.

--Jacob Pullen finished the game with 25 points and recorded his 11th career game with 20 or more points. He also added seven assists and three steals.

--Junior forward Curtis Kelly recorded his second double-double this season, finishing with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Kelly also led the team with five blocks.

--K-State had four players in double figures on Saturday, marking the fifth time this season that at least four Wildcats have scored 10 or more points.