Baylor-Texas A&M Postgame Notes

March 7, 2009

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BAYLOR 64 (24-5, 12-4), TEXAS A&M 60 (23-6, 11-5)
MARCH 7, 2009 - ATTENDANCE: 10,118

• With the win, Baylor improves to 41-35 all-time against Texas A&M including a 22-12 mark in games played in Waco. Kim Mulkey is now 15-4 all-time against the Aggies.
• The Lady Bears finish the season with a 12-4 record in Big 12 play, the second-best mark for the Lady Bears in Big 12 history.
• The Lady Bears are now 7-3 versus ranked opponents this season, including a 5-2 mark at home.
• The Lady Bears have now notched three wins over top 10 opponents this season.
• Tonight's crowd of 10,118 is the largest of the season and third largest all-time at the Ferrell Center.
• With 104,925 fans seeing a game at the Ferrell Center this season, it marks the 4th straight year the Lady Bears have drawn over 100,000 fans. This is the 3rd largest season total all-time.
Jessica Morrow established a new season-high with 23 points. Morrow also finished out the game scoring the Lady Bears final 12 points.
Rachel Allison established a career-high with 17 rebounds.
• With 10 points and 17 rebounds, Allison records her 3rd double-double of the season and her 13th of her career.
• Baylor is 175-204 all-time versus Big 12 opponents and 127-81 overall in regular season conference contests.
• Head coach Kim Mulkey owns a 100-44 mark in regular season league games and is 111-51 all-time against league teams.
• With it's 43-38rebounding edge over the Aggies, Baylor has now outrebounded its opponent in 26 of 30 games this year.
• BU is now 23-0 on the season when scoring 60-plus points.


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