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Forward Jada Brown dives to the ground with Amanda Lawson of Arkansas State to try and gain possession of a loose ball in the second half Sunday at Allen Fieldhouse.

KU women rely on backcourt to beat Arkansas State

Major foul trouble limited Kansas University senior forward Chelsea Gardner to just four second-half minutes Sunday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse, but the Jayhawks relied on their backcourt and secured a 62-48 victory against Arkansas State.

December 14, 2014

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Kansas women at a glance: Jayhawks travel to Creighton

A look at Kansas University's women's basketball matchup at Creighton.

Purdue topples Kansas women

Whitney Bays scored 19 points to lead four Purdue players in double figures, and the Boilermakers claimed a 61-48 victory over Kansas in women’s college basketball Thursday night at Mackey Arena.

Big 12 honors KU’s Aldridge

Kansas University guard Lauren Aldridge was named Big 12 Women’s Basketball Freshman of the Week, the league announced Monday.

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Jayhawks declaw No. 10 Golden Bears

Kansas University’s women’s basketball team hassled Cal’s two star players into uncharacteristically off performances Sunday evening, finding the perfect way to declaw the No. 10-ranked Golden Bears in a 62-39 upset. By Benton Smith

KU women's basketball-Cal at a glance

A look at Sunday's Kansas-Cal women's basketball game

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Jayhawks unimpressed with victory over UIW

Hey, at least the starters didn’t have to play much. Although Kansas University’s women’s basketball team handled Incarnate Word, 68-46, Thursday night at Allen Fieldhouse, coach Bonnie Henrickson didn’t find many positives in the win — other than the fact she didn’t have to ask too much of her starting five.

KU women roll against Incarnate Word

Confronting little resistance from its overmatched opponent Thursday night at Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas University’s women’s basketball team easily bounced back from its second loss of the season to beat Incarnate Word, 68-46.

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No. 2 Notre Dame dismantles KU women's team

Kansas University’s women’s basketball team didn’t get a chance to ease into its away-from-home schedule. Playing away from Allen Fieldhouse for the first time this season, the Jayhawks got shellacked, 89-47, by No. 2 Notre Dame, at Mohegan Sun Arena.

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Jayhawks put it all together in convincing victory

Sometimes basketball really is a simple game — shoot, pass, score, rebound, win. Wednesday night was one of those times for the Kansas University women’s basketball team, which rocked Iona, 90-49, at Allen Fieldhouse.

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KU women rock Iona, 90-49

Behind red-hot shooting from three-point range on Wednesday night, the Kansas University women's basketball team rocked Iona, 90-49, at Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas women’s basketball at a glance (11-26-2014)

Here's a look at Wednesday night's women's basketball matchup between Kansas University and Iona.

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KU women finish challenge with a win

Playing its third game in as many days Sunday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas University’s women’s basketball team didn’t have the greatest shooting game against Georgetown. But the Jayhawks produced more than enough points to win. By Benton Smith

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Kansas women bounce back, flog Temple

A narrow loss Friday to Alabama to open the Naismith Hall of Fame Challenge Tournament did not sit well with Kansas University’s women’s basketball team. By Chris Duderstadt

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Gardner scores 30, but Jayhawks fall to Alabama

On a night star senior forward Chelsea Gardner delivered 30 points and Kansas University’s women’s basketball team made 51 percent of its field goals, coach Bonnie Henrickson would like to think her team had done enough to leave Allen Fieldhouse with a victory.

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