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LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Despite a game-high 23 points and team-high seven rebounds from Creighton's Kristi Woodard, Kansas handed the Bluejay women their fourth straight loss, 63-52, Wednesday at Allen Fieldhouse.
CU led 40-37 with 11 minutes left, but the Jayhawks went on a 15- 3 run over the next seven minutes.
Crystal Kemp scored 16 points to lead Kansas, and Erica Hallman added 15 points, eight rebounds and eight assists.
The Jayhawks (9-0) continued their best start since the 1991-92 season, while Creighton is off to its worst start (2-6) since 1996- 97.
Ally Thrall was CU's only other double-figure scorer with 14 points. Angie Janis, who came into Wednesday's game averaging just over 20 points per game, was limited to five points.
CU remains winless away from home on the year (0-5) and plays its next three games on the road, beginning with Iowa on Friday night.
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