Kansas improved its latest home-court winning streak to 30 games Tuesday, the seventh-longest streak in program history. After beating UC-Irvine, the Jayhawks haven’t lost in Allen Fieldhouse since a 61-57 defeat to San Diego State on Jan. 5, 2014.
If KU can win its next four games at home, the Jayhawks would surpass a three-way tie for the fourth-longest streak in program history.
The longest home-court winning streak in KU history is 69 games, a mark set between 2007 and 2011. The second-longest streak is 62 games, a stretch that lasted from 1994 to 1998.
The Jayhawks also won 55 straight games at Allen Fieldhouse from 1984 to 1988.
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Tuesday’s victory also gave Kansas coach Bill Self his 196th all-time victory inside Allen Fieldhouse. Self is now 196-9 at Allen and is five victories from tying Roy Williams, who was 201-17 at Allen.
Former KU coach Ted Owens owns the record for all-time victories at Allen Fieldhouse, recording a 206-47 victory at home.
The longest home-court winning streaks in KU history:
69 (Feb. 7, 2007-Jan. 22, 2011)
62 (Feb. 26, 1994-Dec. 8, 1998)
55 (March 3, 1984-Jan. 30, 1988)
33 (Jan. 29, 2011-Feb. 2, 2013)
33 (March 7, 1951-Jan. 4, 1955)
33 (Jan. 24, 1908-Feb. 4, 1911)
30 (Jan 11, 2014-present)