Kansas Women’s Basketball: Idaho State Game Recap

Kansas defeated Idaho State, 52-36 in a low scoring affair on Sunday afternoon. The game was never in contention as the Lady Jayhawks dominated the Bengals from the Big Sky Conference.

The game was Kansas’s first of the season, while it was Idaho State’s second. The Bengals fell to Kansas State on Friday. After a slow start for both teams, Kansas used a 12-0 run to end the first half, putting their lead at 23-11. It was only more of the same in the second half, as the lead ballooned to 48-22 before Kansas pulled most of their starters. Idaho State scored the game’s final nine points to make the deciding score more respectable.

Kansas senior forward Carolyn Davis scored 10 points in just 18 minutes of action. Fellow senior Angel Goodrich scored seven points on 3-8 shooting for Kansas. Bengals forward Ashleigh Villa scored 10 points to led Idaho State. Neither team really shot the ball well for the game as the Bengals went 12-55 from the field, just 22%. Kansas finished 31% from the field, connecting on just 20-65 attempts.

Next up for the Lady Jayhawks is a meeting with Southeast Missouri State on Wednesday in Lawrence.

 

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Mar 20, 2012; Little Rock, AR, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Angel Goodrich (3) scored seven points for Kansas in their 52-36 victory over Idaho State. The win moved Kansas to 1-0 on the season, while dropping Idaho State to 0-2. 

Topics: Basketball, Idaho State Bengals, Kansas Jayhawks

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