The Kansas women's basketball team was within a possession of Oklahoma early in the fourth quarter, but a cold-shooting spell cut the comeback short in a 78-67 loss Wednesday night at the Lloyd Noble Center.
Texas scored at least 19 points in all four periods en route to a 91-73 win over the Kansas women’s basketball team Saturday night at Allen Fieldhouse.
With 18 seconds to go in regulation, Kansas State coach Jeff Mittie took a timeout with the Wildcats down by two with the ball. Freshman Christianna Carr made the pass to junior Peyton Williams, and suddenly the Jayhawks’ once 9-point lead was washed away. Williams forced overtime, and then Kansas fell to K-State, 72-62, in the extra period Wednesday night at Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks (12-9, 2-8 Big 12) split the season series with the Wildcats after a win at Bramlage Coliseum earlier in the year.
The Kansas women's basketball team couldn't keep pace with West Virginia's offense in a 71-50 loss Sunday afternoon inside WVU Coliseum.
After hitting a career high of her own, Austin Richardson wanted to give a big hug to teammate Chelsea Lott, who also netted a career high with 10 points. “(Chelsea) works hard everyday,” Richardson said. “I was so proud of her, she went out there and worked her butt off and didn’t back down from a challenge.”
Despite a valiant comeback effort, the University of Kansas women's basketball team effort fell short at TCU, suffering a 58-53 loss Sunday afternoon inside Schollmaier Arena.
An uncharacteristically cold-shooting night plagued the University of Kansas women's basketball team during a 62-43 to No. 12 Texas Wednesday night at Frank Erwin Center.
In a game where it never had the lead, the Kansas women's basketball team attempted to mount a comeback before falling to Oklahoma State by a 72-62 margin Saturday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse.
Junior center Tyler Johnson has been medically disqualified and will step away from basketball after suffering from chronic knee issues throughout her career at Kansas.
Kansas seniors Jessica Washington and Kylee Kopatich didn’t need to say much to describe what it’s like to play against a Baylor team that handed UConn its first regular season loss since 2014. “Big, big, huge, done … Trees, trees,” Washington and Kopatich said together as they traded adjectives.
The University of Kansas women's basketball team earned its first Big 12 Conference win with a 61-54 victory over rival Kansas State Sunday afternoon inside Bramlage Coliseum. The win by KU (11-3, 1-2 Big 12) marked its first win over KSU since 2014, which snapped the program's 10-game losing streak in the rivalry.
Kansas women's basketball team couldn't stop Texas Tech's Zuri Sanders during a 69-66 loss Wednesday night inside United Supermarkets Arena.
Midway through the third quarter, senior Christalah Lyons drew a hard foul on Iowa State’s Bridget Carleton. With a 20 point lead, 6-foot-1 Carleton towered over Lyons who laid flat on the floor as she got up to take her free throws with a smug, serious, look on her face.
One. That’s the number of losses the University of Kansas women’s basketball team suffered during nonconference play in 2018. The Jayhawks went 10-1 in their 11-game nonconference slate, outscoring opponents by 177 points in the process. Yet, in many ways, KU still has plenty to prove as it heads into the start of Big 12 play by playing host to Iowa State at 2 p.m. Saturday.
A flurry of late buckets by Vermont spoiled Kansas’ chances of setting a record, but it did not take away from what was a dominating defensive performance. KU closed out an impressive run through the nonconference with 77-36 route of Vermont Sunday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks were suffocating on defense and overwhelming on offense to wrap up a 10-1 record in the nonconference portion of its schedule.