Baylor, Kansas State Postgame Notes
- Baylor raised its season record to 30-1, recording its third straight 30-win season.
- 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 28 games.
- With today's Lady Bear win, Kim Mulkey's career record is now 368-80.
- With Baylor's win over Kansas State, the Lady Bears now lead the all-time series 20-8, including 17 straight wins.
- Kim Mulkey is 18-4 vs. Kansas State.
- Baylor is 104-4 over its last three seasons and 70-1 over the last two seasons.
- Baylor has won 111 consecutive games when scoring 80 or more points.
- Under Mulkey, Baylor is 177-3 when scoring 80+ points.
- Today's attendance of 7,311 is a Big 12 Championship Session 2 record, old record was 7,126 in Kansas City (2002).
- Baylor is 24-12 in Big 12 Championship games, including 23-8 under Kim Mulkey. BU is 9-5 in quarterfinal contests.
- Baylor's .581 shooting percentage is the highest for a BU team in a Big 12 Championship game.
- Baylor's 29 assists are the most for a BU team in a Big 12 Championship game.
- Baylor's 36 field goals ties for the most by a BU team in a Big12 Championship game (KSU, 3/9/12, Iowa State, 3/7/02).
- Baylor is now 29-0 this season when leading at halftime and 319-23 under Kim Mulkey.
- Brittney Griner, with 19 points and 13 rebounds, notched her 15th double-double of the season and 59th of her career.
- Griner dished out a career-high 9 assists.
- Griner now has 3,142 career points, No. 2 on the career NCAA scoring list.
- Griner has now scored in double-figures in 111 straight games and in 141 of 143 in her career.
- Griner's 141 career double-figure scoring games, second-most in NCAA history. She needs eight more games in double digits to tie Connecticut's Maya Moore (149) for the most in history.
- With her 3 blocks today, Griner extended her NCAA DI career blocks record to 724.
- Griner has now recorded a block in 81 straight outings and 139 of her 143 career games.
- Destiny Williams scored a season-high 20 points and scored in double-figures for the 11th time this season and the 39th time in her career.
- Odyssey Sims (12 points) recorded her 19th double-digit scoring effort of the season and 69th of her career.