March 13, 2009
No. 7 Baylor 67, Oklahoma State 62
Phillips 66 Big 12 Women's Championship Quarterfinals
Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City, Okla.
Baylor is now 14-11 all-told in Big 12 Championship games, including 13-7 under head coach Kim Mulkey. BU has won its first Big 12 Championship game in eight of Mulkey's nine seasons.
Baylor is 6-4 in Big 12 Championship quarterfinal games and advances to the tournament semifinals for the sixth time in program history and the fifth time in the past six years.
Head coach Kim Mulkey is 112-51 all-time against league teams.
Under Mulkey, Baylor has won at least 25 games in six straight seasons and seven overall.
BU is now 24-0 on the season when scoring 60-plus points.
With her 15 points on the night, Jessica Morrow moved up to No. 18 on BU's career scoring list with 1,259 points.
Senior guard Jhasmin Player, with her two steals, needs one more steal to crack Baylor's career top 10 list. She has 187 career steals.
Baylor leads the series with Oklahoma State 21-9 and is 2-0 on a neutral court. Kim Mulkey now owns a 15-4 record against Oklahoma State.
With the her 107th career start today, Morrow is No. 3 on Baylor's all-time games started list, one game behind LaToya Ellis' (1995-99) 108.
Baylor has been out-rebounded just five times this season, two of those times were by Oklahoma State.
Morrow recorded her 20th double-digit scoring effort of the season and 59th of her career. Junior forward Morghan Medlock notched her ninth double-figure scoring game of the season with her 14-point performance.
With 15 points, sophomore guard Melissa Jones recorded her 10th double-digit scoring effort of the season, 13th of her career.
Senior forward/post Rachel Allison produced her second straight, and fourth double-figure rebounding game of the season.