The Jayhawks fell to 11-4 overall and 5-2 in the MCCAA Western Conference. They are tied for second in the conference.
MCC trailed by two points at the end of the first quarter, three points at halftime, and two points after three quarters. The Jayhawks only scored nine points in the fourth quarter, after missing several open shots and free throws.
“I am getting a little frustrated as to why we are continually shooting so poorly on our home floor, when it is supposed to be an advantage for us,” said MCC Coach Amanda Parker. “So we need to figure some things out, add a few new things during practices, to get us game ready.”
The Jayhawks will visit Jackson Community College on Friday.