Jan. 10, 2007
Tonight's announced attendance was a season-high 8,263.
Baylor is now 8-18 all-time against Oklahoma and is 4-8 against the Sooners in games played in Waco.
Baylor will return to action on Saturday, Jan. 13, when the Lady Bears travel to College Station, Texas, to face No. 19 Texas A&M at 3:30 p.m.
The contest saw the score tied five times with nine lead changes throughout the game.
The loss snapped a 12-game winning streak as Baylor fell to 15-2 on the season and 2-1 in Big 12 Conference play.
Baylor finished the game with seven blocked shots. For the season, the Lady Bears have recorded 136 blocked shots.
Baylor held a 35-27 edge at the break as the Lady Bears fell to 12-1 on the season when leading after the first 20 minutes. Under Kim Mulkey, Baylor is 143-14 when leading at the break.
Baylor is now 2-2 this season against ranked opponents. Under head coach Kim Mulkey, Baylor is 32-32 all-time against ranked opponents as the Lady Bears are 16-7 against ranked foes since a loss to No. 15 Texas A&M during the 2004-05 season.
Baylor was 0-13 from three-point range, marking only the second time this season the Lady Bears did not make a three-pointer during a game (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi).
Oklahoma out-rebounded Baylor, 43-38, as the Lady Bears fell to 4-1 this season when out-rebounded by their opponent.
The 32 points scored by Oklahoma's Courtney Paris was the most by an opposing player against Baylor this season.
Baylor held a 17-9 edge in points off turnovers and a 10-4 edge in fast break points.
Bernice Mosby led the way with 26 points on the night. It marked the 15th time this season the senior has scored at least 10 points and is the 75th time in her career she has reached double figures. The 26 points marked the 10th time this season the post player has scored at least 20 points.
Mosby also recorded 11 rebounds on the night to lead the Lady Bears, giving the senior her seventh double-double of the season and the 24th of her career.
Mosby set a season-high with 25 field goal attempts in the loss. For the night, the senior was 12-of-25 from the field.
With 13 points, Jessica Morrow reached double figures for the eighth time this season and the 17th time of her career.
Morrow tied a season-high with eight rebounds in the loss.
Rachel Allison set a new career-high with three blocks on the night.
Danielle Wilson recorded one block on the night as the freshman has recorded at least one blocked shot in every game this season.