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Baylor vs. Oklahoma State Post-Game Notes

Feb. 14, 2007

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• Tonight's announced attendance was 6,139. Baylor women's basketball has now broken the 100,000 barrier for attendance for the second straight season. The Bears also set the single-season attendance record 102,023 (previous record was 100,316).
• Baylor is now 18-7 all-time against Oklahoma State, and extend its winning streak over the Cowgirls to nine games.
• Baylor will return to action on Sunday, Feb. 18 when the Lady Bears play host to Texas at 2:00 p.m. at the Ferrell Center. That game will be televised on CSTV.
• The contest saw the score tied five times with two lead changes throughout the game.

• Baylor entered the game leading the nation with 7.7 blocks per game (as of Feb. 1). The Bears increased their average with 11 blocked shots tonight.
• Added to their 11 blocked shots last Saturday against Iowa State, the Lady Bears now have blocked 22 shots over the past two games. Both games marked the second-most blocks in a game this season (12, vs. North Texas 11/10/06).
• Baylor is 140-12 under Mulkey when scoring 70 or more points. In 2006-07, the Lady Bears are 17-0 when scoring more than 70 points.
• The Lady Bears held a commanding 32-18 advantage in points in the paint.
• Baylor edged Oklahoma State 39-38 on the boards. The Lady Bears are now 15-1 overall, and 5-0 in the Big 12, when outrebounding an opponent.

Bernice Mosby set a new career-high with six blocked shots.
• In Baylor's last five games, Angela Tisdale  is 23-46 (.500) from three-point range, including a Big 12 season-best seven treys against Iowa State.
Jhasmin Player recorded five assists against Oklahoma State. She is averaging 6.5 assists per game in Baylor's last two contests.
• With 21 points on the night, Mosby reached double-figures in points for the 23rd time this season.



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