Jan. 17, 2010
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No. 11/9 Nebraska 65, No. 9/9 Baylor 56
Ferrell Center – Waco, Texas
January 17, 2010 - Att. 7,883
• Baylor is now 251-69 (.784) under Kim Mulkey, including a 54-49 mark against ranked foes.
• Baylor is now 9-6 all-time against Nebraska.
• Today’s loss snaps a 14-game home win streak.
• Today’s attendance of 7,883 is the 19th largest crowd to watch the Lady Bears at the Ferrell Center.
• Baylor’s five point deficit at half-time marks the largest deficit at the half for the Lady Bears since Louisville led Baylor 28-19 on March 28, 2009.
• Baylor has trailed at the half in two-straight games—the first time since the Lady Bears trailed both South Dakota State and Louisville in the 2009 NCAA Tournament.
• The Lady Bears failed to make a three-point field goal for the first time since Jan. 10, 2009 at Colorado.
• Nebraska’s 12 three-point field goals ties a season-high for a Baylor opponent.
• Baylor has allowed 10 or more three-point field goals in two of the last three games.
• Melissa Jones missed her third-straight game due to injury.
• Terran Condrey scored a career-high nine points.
• Ashley Field tied career-highs in rebounds (9) and blocks (1).
• With six blocks, Brittney Griner extends her Baylor single-season block record to 105 blocks.
• Griner now ranks fifth on the Big 12 Conference single-season blocks list and needs just 15 more blocks to overtake Courtney Paris for first place.
• With 105 career blocks, Griner moves into eighth place on the Baylor career blocked shot list.
• Griner has blocked six or more shots in 10 of 17 starts this season.
• Griner scored in double-figures for the 16th time this season.
• Shanay Washington recorded a career-high nine rebounds.