Postgame Notes
Kansas 68, Central Michigan 63
November 28, 2013
- The Chippewas fell to 0-2 all time versus Kansas. 

- Junior Crystal Bradford scored a game-high 19 points, posting her 57th career double-digit scoring effort. Bradford has failed to score double digits in just 11 career contests. 

- Junior Jas'Mine Bracey had 13 rebounds and eight points, marking the first time in her career in which she recorded double-digit rebounds without double-digit points. Each of her eight previous 10-plus rebound games resulted in double-doubles. 

- Junior Jessica Green had 15 points and a season-high six rebounds, scoring double digits for the second time this season and the 39th time in her career. 

- Senior Niki DiGuilio knocked down three three-point field goals in the first half, but failed to reach double digits scoring for the first time this season. DiGuilio is now just 31 triples shy of breaking CMU's all-time record. 

- Bracey recorded her ninth block of the season Thursday, moving just one block shy of 10th on the career blocks list at CMU. 

- CMU shot the ball 72 times Thursday, marking the third time in the first four games that they attempted at least 70-plus shots. 

- The Chippewas will play their highest ranked opponent in program history Friday when they take on No. 2 Duke at 1:15 ET. CMU has faced just one other team ranked in the top 5 in program history, falling to No. 5 Notre Dame at home last season, 72-63.