LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Carolyn Davis had 19 points, Angel Goodrich had 15 points and eight assists and No. 22 Kansas cruised 76-59 on Friday night over visiting Alabama A&M to keep its record perfect this season.
To begin the game, Goodrich completed a three-point play the old-fashioned way after she hit a jumper to give Kansas an early 4-0 lead and was fouled by Alyssa Strickland. Goodrich knocked down the free throw and the play seemed to set the tone for Kansas (4-0), which didn't trail the Bulldogs at any point in the game.
Natalie Knight gave the Jayhawks their biggest lead of the night at 17 after she hit a 3-pointer with 3:12 to go in the second half, giving Kansas a 74-57 lead.
Three players scored in double figures for Alabama A&M (1-3) with NeDra Robertson recording 12 points and eight rebounds. Shundray Davis and Ebony Johnson each scored 11.
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