Dec. 20, 2009
BAYLOR (9-1) 94, UT ARLINGTON (4-4) 63
FERRELL CENTER WACO, TEXAS
DEC. 20, 2009 ATTENDANCE: 5,361
Baylor is 27-9 in the month of December under Scott Drew.
Baylor has won 18 consecutive December games.
Baylor has won 16 of its last 19 games, dating back to the end of the 2008-09 regular season.
Baylor improves to 12-1 all-time against UTA.
Baylor improves to 43-6 when scoring 80+ points during the Drew era, including 13 of their last 14 games.
Baylor has made at least one 3-point field goal in 561 consecutive games - the second-longest active streak in the Big 12.
Junior F Ekpe Udoh and sophomore G/F Anthony Jones made their 10th straight starts.
LaceDarius Dunn and Josh Lomers made their 19th consecutive starts dating back to Baylor's postseason run in 2008-09.
Quincy Acy has scored in double-figures in back-to-back games and for the 10th time in his career.
Tweety Carter moved into 19th place on Baylor's career scoring list with 1,064 points. Carter passed Jerry Mallett (1,053) and Arthur Edwards (1,062).
Carter's dished out a career-high 10 assists.
Carter recorded his first career double-double with 12 points and 10 assists.
Carter moved into fourth place on Baylor's career assist list with 323 assists. Carter passed Jay Shakir (314), David Wesley (316) and Aaron Bruce (320).
Dunn scored in double-figures for the 58th time in his career.
Udoh established career highs in points (22) and rebounds (16), while tying a career-high with nine blocks.
Udoh's nine blocks are the second-most in school history behind Brian Skinner's 10.
Passing Brian Skinner, Udoh moves into first all-time in school history with 3.9 blocks per game.
Udoh now has 39 blocks on the season, eclipsing the 2008-09 team-high of 34 set by Acy.
Udoh has multiple blocks in 13 of his last 14 games.
Udoh scored in double-figures for the ninth time this season.
Udoh recorded his sixth career double-double with 22 points and 16 rebounds.
Udoh recorded the first 20-point, 15-rebound performance by a Baylor Bear since Lawrence Roberts had 28 points and 16 rebounds March 8, 2003, vs. Texas Tech.