Nov. 29, 2006
Tonight's win surpasses Baylor's win total from 2005-06 (4-13). The Bears are now 5-1.
Baylor is 24-0 all-time against current SWAC schools.
BU is 57-19 in regular-season non-conference games the last seven seasons.
Baylor hit 13 threes, tying the season high set Monday against Alcorn State. Baylor's 54.2% 3-point shooting is the highest since shooting 60.0% against Texas Tech on Jan. 17, 2004.
Baylor has won six straight home games and eight of its last nine in the Ferrell Center (dating back to last season).
Underclassmen have led BU in scoring in 46 of its last 51 games (dating back to 2004-05) [in 29 of its last 51 a freshman has been the top scorer].
Freshman guard Tweety Carter recorded career highs with 19 points, leading the Bears for the first time in his career, and also set season highs with three threes and five assists.
The Bears have been led in scoring by four different players in six games.
Junior guard Aaron Bruce moved to seventh on Baylor's all-time career 3-pointers with 124, passing David Wesley who had 123.
Bruce and sophomore guard Curtis Jerrells started the season 4-of-30 (.133) from behind the arc in the first four games. In the last two games, the pair is 15-of-24 (.625).
Jerrells scored a season-high 17 points.
Sophomore forward Kevin Rogers posted a career-high 10 rebounds.
Both Carter and sophomore guard Henry Dugat have a recorded a 3-pointer in every game this season.
Sophomore guard Carl Sims made his first appearance of the season.
Sophomore center Mamadou Diene set a season-high with nine rebounds.