March 20, 2011
 BAYLOR 66,  PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 30
FERRELL CENTER WACO, TEXAS
MARCH 20, 2011 ATTENDANCE: 8,368
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).
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.
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.