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Baylor, Iowa State Postgame Notes

Jan. 9, 2013

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No. 1/1 Baylor 67, 25/24 Iowa State 39
Ferrell Center - Waco, Texas
January 9, 2013 - Att. 8,008

Miscellaneous Notes
• With tonight's Lady Bear win, Kim Mulkey's career record is now 351-80.
• The Lady Bears have won 48-straight at home, the nation's longest home winning streak.
• Baylor raises its season record to 13-1, 3-0 in Big 12 play.
• The Lady Bears are 36-1 in regular season Big 12 games over the past three seasons and have won 25-straight Big 12 Conference regular season contests. BU's last regular season Big 12 loss was at Texas Tech, 56-45, on Feb. 18, 2011.
• With the 25 straight Big 12 wins, Baylor passes Oklahoma for the most consecutive regular-season conference victories. The Sooners won 24 straight from March 3, 2005 until Jan. 27, 2007.
• Baylor now leads the series with Iowa State, 15-6. The Lady Bears have won four straight in the series and 10 of the last 11. BU owns an 9-1 mark at home vs. ISU, including nine straight wins.
• Baylor is 87-4 over its last three seasons.
• Baylor is 5-1 against ranked opponents this season and 93-58 in the Kim Mulkey era.
• Baylor surrendered nine three-pointers to Iowa State. The most any opponent has had vs. the Lady Bears this year.

Team Notes
• Tonight marked the ninth time this season the Lady Bears have had at least four players score in double figures.
• This marked the fourth-straight opponent Baylor has held under 50 points and the third time this season that the Lady Bears had held an opponent under 40 points.
• In three Big 12 games, Baylor has held two opponents under 40 points.
• The starting lineup up of Odyssey Sims, Jordan Madden, Kimetria Hayden, Brooklyn Pope and Brittany Griner improved to 7-0 this season.
• Baylor opened on a 16-3 run through the first 9:14 of the game.
• The Lady Bears outscored Iowa State 30-0 in points in the paint in the first half and 50-0 in the game.

Individual Notes
• With her 23 points today, Brittney Griner has now scored in double-figures in 94 straight games and in 124 of 126 in her career. She hit the 20-point mark for the eighth time this season, 77th of her career.
• Griner now has 2,708 career points.
• With three blocks tonight, Griner now has a Big 12 record 636 career blocks; 27 shy of Louella Tomlinson's (Saint Mary's [Calif.]) NCAA DI record of 663.
• Griner has now recorded a block in 64 straight outings and 123 of her 126 career games.
Odyssey Sims had made 38 straight free throws, a Baylor record, before missing three straight to start tonight's game.
• Sims had four or more assists in a game for the ninth time this season.
Kimetria Hayden recorded her first career double-double with 10 points and 10 assists. It is Baylor's ninth double-double of the year.
• Hayden with the 10 points scored in double figures for the fourth time this season and the 33rd time in her career.
• Hayden set a career high with 10 assists.
• Hayden had four or more assists in a game for the eighth time this season.
• With her 10 points, Brooklyn Pope scored in double figures for the ninth time this season and the eighth time in the last nine games.
• Pope tied a career-high with three steals.
Destiny Williams (10 pts) registered her seventh double digit scoring performance of the year.
Alexis Prince tied a career-high with five rebounds.



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