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Kansas freshman guard Lauren Aldridge, left, applies pressure defense while Georgetown freshman guard Dorothy Adomako (34) looks for a teammate during the final game of the 2014 Naismith Hall of Fame Women's Challenge Sunday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. Despite a poor shooting performance, the Jayhawks outlasted the Hoyas, 55-42, improving their record to 4-1 on the season. Kansas is set to face off against Iona on Wednesday at Allen Fieldhouse with a tip off time scheduled for 8 p.m.

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

November 23, 2014

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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.

Alabama knocks off KU women at Allen Fieldhouse

Chelsea Gardner scored 30 points and three other Kansas University women’s basketball players produced double-digit point totals against Alabama Friday night at Allen Fieldhouse, but the Jayhawks couldn’t get the stops they needed late in an 85-80 loss to the Crimson Tide.

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Busy weekend awaits KU women's basketball

This weekend will be far busier than most for Kansas University’s women’s basketball team.

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Kansas women hammer Texas Southern, 69-44

Chayla Cheadle came off the bench to score a game-high 15 points as Kansas University’s women’s basketball team routed Texas Southern, 69-44, on Tuesday at Allen Fieldhouse. By Chris Duderstadt

KU women preparing for ‘track meet’

As Kansas University’s women’s basketball team prepared for its game tonight against Texas Southern, the Jayhawks did so with another sport in mind. By Chris Duderstadt

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Gardner joins 1,000-point club; KU women open with 68-60 victory

The Allen Fieldhouse crowd of 1,984 gave Chelsea Gardner a standing ovation when her second half layup-and-the-foul bucket against South Dakota made her the 27th Jayhawk with 1,000 career points. But Gardner’s score had only tied the game, and after the announcement, she still had plays to make. By Bobby Nightengale

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KU women set for South Dakota in opener

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Kansas women's basketball inks four in Class of 2015

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KU women win final exhibition, 78-58

With a week until the season opener, Kansas University’s women’s basketball team still has plenty to work on despite a 78-58 victory over Washburn University in its final exhibition game on Sunday at Allen Fieldhouse. By Bobby Nightengale

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Reckless rout: KU women win, but turn it over 24 times

Coach Bonnie Henrickson only has two exhibitions to get her Kansas University women’s basketball team into regular-season form. So the last thing she wanted to see out of the Jayhawks Sunday in their preseason debut was a passive approach. By Benton Smith

KU women breeze by FHSU in exhibition debut

Kansas University’s women’s basketball players never had to sweat about any dramatics or threatening runs from Fort Hays State Sunday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. By Benton Smith

Kansas women to welcome Fort Hays

There is just something about having four seniors in the lineup that puts Kansas University women’s basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson at ease. By Benton Smith

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KU’s Henrickson stresses defense

Kansas University women’s basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson is excited about the Jayhawks’ upcoming season, but there is still one thing in the back of her mind from the 2013-2014 campaign. By Chris Duderstadt

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