After enduring a three-game losing streak in January, the Kansas women’s basketball team appears to be back on track.
By TOM SMITH
The Kansas City Star
The Jayhawks have won five of their last eight games, including an 81-71 win over Oklahoma on Sunday at Allen Fieldhouse. Angel Goodrich had 10 assists against the Sooners and became the school’s all-time leader in that category with 687.
Kansas, 16-8 overall and 7-6 in the Big 12, appears to be in good shape to make the NCAA tournament if it continues to play well down the stretch.
The Jayhawks have five regular-season games remaining, starting with a road game tonight at Texas, 9-15 and 2-11.
The Longhorns are struggling, having lost 13 of their last 15 games, but they are 6-4 all-time at home against Kansas. The Jayhawks did win 72-67 last year in Austin.