March 27, 2014
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 Wisconsin (29-7) 69 -  BAYLOR (26-12) 52
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Honda Center | Anaheim, Calif.
NCAA Championship, West Regional Semifinals
BAYLOR POSTGAME NOTES
NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP NOTES
Baylor is now 11-10 all-time in eight tournament appearances and has won eight of its last 11 NCAA championship games.
Baylor is now 8-4 under head coach Scott Drew in NCAA Championship play (2008, 2010, 2012, 2014).
Baylor is now 15-5 over the last three years in postseason tournaments (Big 12, NCAA/NIT).
Tonight's loss is Scott Drew's first in Sweet 16 play, now 2-1 in three head coaching appearances.
Baylor finishes season with wins in 12 of final 15 games, and 26 total wins is the 3rd-most in school history.
Baylor is now 14-5 over the last two seasons in March/April.
Baylor is now 27-10 in postseason (conference and national) tournaments over the last six seasons (14-5 last three years).
SERIES: All-time record is now 1-0 in Wisconsin's favor. / BU now 14-21 all-time vs. current Big Ten teams.
Baylor's 52 points matched a season low (lost 69-52 vs. Kansas).
Baylor finished 7-10 this season when trailing at the half.
Baylor's 16 first-half points marked a season low and the third-lowest half (either) of the Scott Drew era.
Baylor's record when holding opponents under 70 points drops to 19-4.
Baylor extended its 3-point streak to 732 games (second-longest active streak in Big 12), dating to Feb. 21, 1990.
Sophomore C Isaiah Austin...
scored 12 points, his seventh straight double-figure scoring game, his 25th of the season & 52nd of career (BU is 37-15 in such games).
Had 2 blocks and moved into 2nd place tie on BU career list with 175 (joined Quincy Acy).
Junior G Kenny Chery...
finished with 8 rebounds, his second-highest total of the season (had 10 vs. KSU).
shot 7-8 free throws tonight and 18-19 over final four games (hit 54-58 over last 11 games.
Senior F Cory Jefferson scored 15 points, his 30th double-figure scoring game of the season & 60th of career (BU is 47-13 in such games).
Senior guard Brady Heslip didn't shoot a free throw tonight, but finished season with streak of 27 straight (over final 10 games).