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Baylor, Prairie View A&M Postgame Notes

March 20, 2011

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[1] BAYLOR 66, [16] PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 30
MARCH 20, 2011 • ATTENDANCE: 8,368

Miscellaneous Notes
• Baylor is now 14-0 against Prairie View A&M.
• Baylor its first round game for the ninth straight time, BU is now 9-1 in first round games.
• Baylor is now 20-8 in NCAA Tournament games.
• Baylor is now 2-1 in NCAA Tournament games played in the Ferrell Center.
• Baylor, at 32-2, has won at least 30 games in two seasons under Coach Mulkey and six seasons overall. Four of BU's 30-win seasons came before the sport was recognized as an NCAA Championship sport.
• Prairie View's 8 first-half points were an opponent season low, previous was 14 by Kansas, Jan. 19, 2011. It also established an all-time NCAA Tournament record (all rounds) for opponent first half low.
• Prairie View's .200 (12-60, field goal percentage is an opponent season low, previous low was.250 by Oklahoma State (16-64, 1/15/11) and Tennessee 18-72, (12/14/10).
• Prairie View's 30 points were the lowest since BU held Texas State to 18 points on Jan. 2, 2010, and lowest-ever in an NCAA Tournament game (previous low was 33 by Georgetown, March 22, 2010).

Team Notes
• Baylor hasn't allowed an opponent to shoot 50 percent in 171-straight games, dating back to March 25, 2006 against Maryland.
• Baylor remains perfect at home this season at 20-0.
• Baylor has held 14 of its 34 opponents this season to below a .300 field goal percentage.
• Baylor is 27-1 on the year when allowing 60 or fewer points. The game marks the fourth time this season BU has held an opponent under 40 points.
• The Lady Bears hauled down 50 or more rebounds (51) for the ninth time this season.

Individual Notes
Brittney Griner (17 pts.) has scored in double-figures in 67-of-68 career games, including all 34 this season.
• Griner (1,406 pts.) now ranks No. 10 on Baylor's career scoring chart.
• Griner's 6 blocks marks her 36th game with five or more blocks.
Kimetria Hayden (10 pts.) recorded her 14th career and 10th of the season, double-digit scoring effort.
• With her 17 points, Brooklyn Pope collected her eighth double-digit scoring effort of the season.
• For the fourth game in a row, Melissa Jones has hauled down nine rebounds, and sixth time in the last eight games.



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