Baylor's all-time record in postseason is now 17-13 (9-9 NCAA, 8-4 NIT).
Baylor is now 14-4 in postseason play under Scott Drew.
Baylor is now 20-8 in postseason (conference and national) tournaments over the last five seasons (9-3 last two years).
Baylor's fourth postseason win of the season ties for the most in school history - along with 2008-09 squad that finished as NIT runners-up and 1947-48 squad that finished as NCAA runners-up to Kentucky.
All-time series record vs. BYU is now tied 5-5, and Baylor swept two games this season and has won three straight dating back to 2011.
All-time series record vs. WCC teams is now 11-12.
Tonight's win is Baylor's first ever in the Month of April (1-1 all-time, previous loss 2009 in NIT Championship).
Baylor is now 18-8 this season when scoring at least 70 points.
BYU shot 42% from field, Baylor is now 22-9 when holding its opponents under 50 percent shooting.
Baylor led 35-33 at the half and is now 17-1 this season when leading at the half.
Baylor extended its 3-pointer streak to 693 games (second-longest active streak in Big 12), dating to Feb. 21, 1990.
Senior G A.J. Walton tied the school record for career wins with 97 tonight (with Quincy Acy), he also set a new Baylor career games played record with 140.
Walton scored 10 points, his 13th double-digit scoring effort of the season and 24th of his career.