Texas Imani McGee-Stafford, right, and Kansas State Ashley Jones, left, push for position to rebound a free throw during the first half of NCAA basketball game on Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015 in Austin, Texas. (RODOLFO GONZALEZ / AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

BEVO BEAT Women's Basketball

Women’s preview: 6-Texas vs. Kansas

Posted January 26th, 2016

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When: 7 p.m.

Where: Erwin Center

Records: Texas 18-1, 7-1 Big 12; Kansas is 5-14, 0-8

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Radio: 105.3

TV: LHN

Probable starting lineups

TEXAS
No.Pos.PlayerClassHt.PPGRPG
24FAriel Atkins
Soph.5-1110.94.0
34PImani BoyetteSr.6-711.59.0
1GEmpress DavenportSr.5-97.03.1
11GBrooke McCartySoph.5-411.72.7
2GCelina RodrigoSr.5-65.13.9
UCONN
No.Pos.PlayerClassHt.PPGRPG
30FBreanna StewartSr.6-419.38.6
3FMorgan TuckSr.6-29.31.9
33GKatie SamuelsonJr.5-911.23.3
11GKia NurseSoph.6-09.31.9
4GMoriah JeffersonSr.5-712.72.6

ABOUT TEXAS

Program victory No. 999 was last Saturday’s 83-76 win over Oklahoma. The coaches who have put the Longhorns on the brink of 1,000 are, in order, Rod Page (38 victories), Jody Conradt (783), Gail Goestenkors (102) and Karen Aston (76). … Imani Boyette has recorded seven double-doubles in eight conference games. … This is the fourth time UT has been 18-1 after 19 games.

ABOUT KANSAS

Brandon Schneider is in his first season as the Jayhawks’ coach. Previously he spent 12 years at Emporia State and the last five at Stephen F. Austin. … Kansas, which lost to Oklahoma State 74-46 Sunday in Norman, has dropped 10 straight games. The Jayhawks’ last victory was an overtime decision over Navy in mid-December.

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