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.