March 28, 2009
LOUISVILLE 56 (32-4), BAYLOR 39 (29-6)
RBC CENTER - RALEIGH, N.C.
MARCH 28, 2009 - ATTENDANCE: 2,820
Baylor is now 15-6 all-time in NCAA Tournament games.
Baylor is now 1-3 in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16.
Baylor's senior class (Morrow, Allison, Player) end their four-year career at Baylor with a record of 106-28 (.791).
Baylor falls to 3-3 on the season when trailing at the half.
The 39 points against Louisville are the fewest points scored by a Lady Bears squad under Kim Mulkey in her nine years at Baylor.
For just the second time all season, only one Lady Bear tallied double-digit points. The only other time this season was a 69-45 loss to Kansas on March 4, 2009.
With six points tonight against Louisville, Jhasmin Player ends her Baylor career with just nine points shy of 1,000 at 991.
The 24.5 percent shooting percentage against the Cardinals of Louisville is a season-low for the Lady Bears.
For just the sixth time this season, Baylor was out-rebounded by its opponent (50-36). BU is 3-3 in those six contests.
Baylor ends its season with a 29-6 record. The 29 wins are the second-most under head coach Kim Mulkey. The Lady Bears tallied 33 wins in 2005, the year it won the NCAA championship.