Game 4: No. 6 Nebraska vs. No. 11 Kansas
March 11, 2008
Final Score: Kansas 73 - Nebraska 67
Session Two attendance: 3,974
Kansas: McCray, McIntosh, Boogaard, Jacobs, Morris
Nebraska: Griffin, Hester, Page, Turner, Kelly
2007-08 Regular Season
The Huskers and Jayhawks split the season series. Nebraska held serve at home by a score of 71-51 and Kansas came back to even the series with a narrow 62-61 victory in Lawrence.
Updated Head-to-Head Figures
- Kansas leads the all-time series with the Huskers 46-27
- The Huskers have won the last eight of 11 meetings
- KU is now 1-1 against NU in championship history
- On neutral ground the Jayhawks lead 9-2
- Now in her sixth year at NU, Connie Yori is 5-3 against Kansas
- Henrickson now holds a 3-6 record against Nebraska
- KU is now 8-11 all-time at the conference tournament
- NU currently owns a 7-12 overall record in tourney action
- This is the first time in championship history that both the 11th and 12th seeds have advanced in the same day
- The Jayhawks are now 4-4 all-time in the first round
- The Huskers are currently 5-5 in opening-round games
- The sixth seed is now 7-5 in the first round, while the 11th seed improves to 5-7
- With her 13 points and 11 rebounds, Taylor McIntosh recorded her fifth double-double of the season and the ninth of her career. She has now tallied 10+ points in 26 games and 5+ rebounds in 79 games during her career.
- McIntosh was also perfect from the floor, making all eight of her shots on Tuesday.
- Kelly Kohn recorded her highest point total of the season with 11
- LaChelda Jacobs and Nicollette Smith each recorded career highs in steals with four and three, respectively.
- Sade Morris tied her career high of three steals
- When the Jayhawks outrebound their opponents they are 14-6 this season
- When scoring 70+ points they are 5-0 on the season and 20-4 under Coach Henrickson
- When leading at halftime, KU is 14-3 this season
- This is the team's ninth game to have three players with double-digit points since conference play opened in January
- Kelsey Griffin recorded her seven double-doubles on the season and the 20th of her career. She has now scored 20 or more points six times this season and has scored double figures in 14 consecutive games.
- Danielle Page, currently second on NU's all-time blocks list, earned her 200th career stuff on Tuesday. She had two on the day.
- NU was held to 30 or fewer first-half points for the seventh time this season
- The Huskers have shot below .350 from the floor just four times this season
- The team has shot below .333 from behind the 3-point line 16 times in 2007-08