LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Angel Goodrich scored 19 points and Tania Jackson had a double-double to lead No. 22 Kansas to a 72-60 win over Prairie View on Sunday, overcoming a 21-point performance by Latia Willams.
Jackson had 13 points and 10 rebounds. Goodrich also had eight assists. Carolyn Davis had 13 points, and Monica Engelman had 11, including her first 3-pointer of the season, for the Jayhawks (9-1).
The Jayhawks led 37-23 at halftime. The Panthers tied the game at 57 at the 5:08 mark when Williams hit a jumper, but Kansas outscored them 15-3 in the final minutes to win the game. Kansas shot 42 percent from the field for the game. Prairie View shot 43.6 percent from the field for the game.
Williams was 9 of 15 from the field and had six rebounds for Prairie View (2-5) Kiara Etienne scored 15 points and Larissa Scott led with 10 rebounds.
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