Jan. 21, 2012
Box Score |
No. 1/1 Baylor 76, No. 23/22 Kansas State 41
Ferrell Center – Waco, Texas
January 21, 2012 - Att. 9,380
• The 19-0 start is the best in program history.
• The Lady Bears sport school-record 34-game home win streak. Baylor’s last home loss came vs. Texas on March 7, 2009.
• With today's Lady Bear victory, Kim Mulkey's career record now stands at 317-79.
• Baylor leads the series 16-8, 9-1 in Waco and was the 12th straight over the Wildcats.
• Baylor is now 157-89 in Big 12 regular season play and 130-52 under Mulkey.
• Baylor is 57-4 over their last 61 games.
• Baylor has a school-record 34-game home win streak. Its last home loss came vs. Texas on March 7, 2010.
• The Lady Bears own the longest active win streak (19) in NCAA Division I women’s basketball.
• The crowd of 9,380 was the third largest home crowd of the season.
• Baylor’s 60 rebounds as a team were a season high.
• Tonight marked the third time this season that all available players registered at least one point for BU.
• The Lady Bears have shot above 41.7% in 18 of 19 games this season.
• Baylor has now won 93 consecutive games when scoring 70 or more points, dating back to a 78-72 overtime loss to North Carolina State in the 2007 NCAA Tournament in Raleigh, N.C.
• Baylor hasn't allowed an opponent to shoot 50 percent in 193 straight games, dating back to March 25, 2006 against Maryland.
• Baylor has won 20 of its last 21 regular-season Big 12 games, last loss was Feb. 19, 2011 at Texas Tech.
• Brittney Griner (22 pts) has scored in double-figures in 59 straight games and in 89 of 91 in her career. She also scored 20-plus points for the 14th time this season and 55th of her career.
• Griner (22 pts, 12 reb) recorded her 10th double-double of the season and 36th of her career.
• Griner became Baylor’s all-time leader in free throws made with 520 in her career.
• Kimetria Hayden (11 pts) notched her seventh double-digit scoring performance of the season.
• Destiny Williams (13 reb) has registered double-digit rebounds in six of her last seven games, including four straight.
• Shanay Washington (6 pts) recorded a season high in points in just her second game back from injury.