March 4, 2013
Baylor raised its season record to 29-1, 18-0 in Big 12 Conference action.
Baylor achieved its second-straight undefeated Big 12 regular season. It is the fourth perfect league regular season in Big 12 history. Nebraska (2010) and Oklahoma (2006) also accomplished the feat.
The Lady Bears have won 55-straight at home, the nation's longest home winning streak.
The Lady Bears are 51-1 in regular season Big 12 games over the past three seasons, including 46-straight.
Baylor extended its nation's-best win streak to 27 games.
With today's Lady Bear win, Kim Mulkey's career record is now 367-80.
With Baylor's win over Kansas State, the Lady Bears now lead the all-time series 19-8, including 15 straight wins.
Kim Mulkey is 17-4 vs. Kansas State.
Baylor is 103-4 over its last three seasons and 69-1 over the last two seasons.
Tonight's attendance of 10,627 ties for the most in school history and is the 12th sellout in program history. Baylor also drew 10,627 against Texas A&M on Feb. 11, 2012 and vs. Connecticut on Dec. 18, 2011.
It is the 20th time Baylor has had over 10,00 fans attend at game.
Baylor has won 110 consecutive games when scoring 80 or more points.
Under Mulkey, Baylor is 176-3 when scoring 80+ points.
Baylor scored 90+ points for the sixth time this season.
Baylor set a school-record with a .698 shooting percentage (37-53) in as single game. That mark passes the old record of .691 (36-52) set in 2010 vs. Texas State.
Baylor's .698 percentage is tied for the second highest in Big 12 history.
BU extended its Big 12 regular season win streak to 40 games with the victory. BU's last regular season Big 12 loss was at Texas Tech, 56-45, on Feb. 18, 2011.
Baylor is now 28-0 this season when leading at halftime and 318-23 under Kim Mulkey.
Baylor celebrated Senior Night by starting five seniors: Brittany Griner, Brooklyn Pope, Jordan Madden, Nae-Nae Hayden and Destiny Williams. It was the first time BU used that lineup this season.
Kansas State's 15 3-point baskets tie a season-high for a BU opponent.
Brittney Griner set a career-high with 50 points. That is the most points in a single game by any player in Big 12 history. She passes Texas Tech's Alicia Thompson of Texas Tech, who scored 47 in 1997.
Griner is just the second BU player to score 50 or more points. Mary Lowry owns the school's all-time single-game record with 54 vs. Texas on Feb. 16, 1994.
Griner now has 3,123 career points. That moves her into second-place on the career NCAA scoring list. She passed Drake's Lorri Bauman (3,115) and Patricia Hoskins of Mississippi Valley State (3,122).
Griner dunked for the 14th time in a game with 16:56 remaining in the 2nd half.
Griner's dunk was her first at the Ferrell Center since her freshman season (vs. Texas State on Jan. 2, 2010).
Griner has dunked seven times in her senior season.
Griner has now scored in double-figures in 110 straight games and in 140 of 142 in her career.
Griner's 140 career double-figure scoring games, second-most in NCAA history. She needs nine more games in double digits to tie Connecticut's Maya Moore (149) for the most in history.
Griner was in double-figures by halftime for the 20th time this season.
Griner scored 20 or more points in the first half for the fifth time this season.
Griner's 20+ points marks the 20th time she's achieved it this season and 97th of her career.
Griner had 30+ points for the fifth time this season and the 16th time in her career.
Griner recorded 40+ points for the second time this year and fifth time in her career.
With her 2 blocks tonight, Griner extended her NCAA DI career blocks record to 721.
Griner has now recorded a block in 79 straight outings and 139 of her 142 career games.
With nine points, Kimetria Hayden (1,061) moved into 26th-place on Baylor's career scoring list, passing Ginger Thornton (1,054).
Hayden (8) had five or more assists in a game for the 16th time this season.
Jordan Madden tied a career-high with nine rebounds.
Destiny Williams (14 points) scored in double-figures for the 10th time this season and the 38th time in her career.
Odyssey Sims (12 points) recorded her 18th double-digit scoring effort of the season and 68th of her career.