Kansas defeated Washington (Mo.), 34-13, on January 15, 1910, to tally the 100th victory in the history of KU basketball.
The game was played in St. Louis, Mo., and was part of KU's first season under coach W.O. Hamilton. According to Ken Johnson's HoopsZone archives, KU had its most successful season of Hamilton's tenure that year, finishing 18-1 and winning the Missouri Valley Conference title.
All-America forward Thomas Johnson led the Jayhawks in scoring that season.