Nov. 20, 2006
Baylor is 22-0 all-time against current SWAC schools.
Baylor is 55-19 in regular-season non-league games over the last seven seasons.
Baylor has won four straight home games and six of its last seven in the Ferrell Center (dating back to last season).
Baylor tallied 10 blocks tonight, the most since recording 11 against Hardin-Simmons in November 2001. The program's all-time high in single-game blocks is 12.
The Bears recorded a season-high 11 steals.
Baylor held Texas Southern to 50 points, the lowest since holding Savannah State to 50 points in January 2005.
Underclassmen have led the Bears in scoring in 44 of its last 48 games (dating to 2004-05) [in 28 of its last 48 a freshman has been the top scorer].
Sophomore center Mamadou Diene set a career-high with six blocks which ranks fifth in Baylor's all-time single-game blocked shots. Diene has made at least one block in all 20 career games.
Diene posted a season-high eight rebounds.
Sophomore forward Kevin Rogers tallied a career-high four blocks.
Sophomore guard Henry Dugat set a career-high with four steals.
Dugat tied his season-high with three 3-pointers.
Freshman guard Tweety Carter recorded a career-high four steals.
Freshman center Josh Lomers tied his career-high with seven rebounds.
Junior guard Aaron Bruce has started all 49 games in his career.