Nov. 27, 2016
5/6 BAYLOR (7-1) 85, 8/8 OHIO STATE (5-2) 68
Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016
Germain Arena (Estero, Fla.)
BAYLOR POSTGAME NOTES
Baylor now owns a 7-1 record against the Gulf Coast Showdown field.
Baylor is now 1-0 all-time vs. Ohio State.
Under head coach Kim Mulkey, Baylor is 64-4 in regular season tournaments.
The Lady Bears are 131-70 all-time in regular season tournament action.
Baylor has won 23 consecutive regular season tournament contests. The last loss came against No. 4/4 Stanford, 71-69, at the Rainbow Wahine Classic inside the Stan Sheriff Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Nov. 16, 2012.
Baylor is 95-9 in November games under Mulkey.
Baylor's starting lineup featured Nina Davis, Kristy Wallace, Alexis Prince, Alexis Jones, and Beatrice Mompremier -- the group is 7-1 on the season as a starting unit.
186 of Baylor's 216 wins since 2010-11 have been by 10 points or more, and only 11 times in that span has its winning margin been five points or fewer.
In 561 of 573 games under Mulkey, the Lady Bears have held their opponent at or below 50 percent field goal shooting, with only five of those efforts coming in the last 13 years.
In Baylor's last 373 games, only two opponents (Stanford, .509, and West Virginia, .500) have shot 50 percent or above. In the 2013 season, the Cardinal broke BU's 217-game streak of holding opponents below 50 percent or less shooting from the floor. BU's current string is 87 games.
Baylor is 480-93 all-time under Head Coach Kim Mulkey.
Baylor is 874-491 all-time in its 43rd season.
Baylor is 216-17 over the past 6 seasons and 118-6 in Big 12 play during the span -- 100-6 in regular season conference play and 18-0 in Big 12 tournament play.
Baylor held a 48-26 advantage over Ohio State in points in the paint.
The Lady Bears outrebounded Ohio State, 52-29.
Baylor led for 39:32 of the 40 minutes in the game.
Baylor had 18 assists in the game on 31 made baskets.
The Lady Bears had five players score in double figures. Baylor has had four or more players score in double figures in all eight games this season.
Through eight games, Baylor has recorded 48.1 percent (359-746) of its offense in the paint.
The Lady Bears are outrebounding their opponents by an average of 26.1 boards per game (410-201). BU outperformed Houston Baptist, 62-27, No. 9/9 UCLA, 52-25, No. 3/2 Connecticut, 39-29, Mississippi Valley State, 59-30, Southeastern Louisiana, 43-14, Kent State, 49-23, No. 18/17 DePaul, 54-24, and No. 8/8 Ohio State, 52-29, on the glass.
Baylor is 426-26 when leading at half under Mulkey and 7-0 this season.
Baylor is 448-19 when outshooting its opponent under Mulkey.
Baylor is 405-38 when outrebounding its opponent under Mulkey.
Kristy Wallace was named Gulf Coast Showcase Tournament MVP, following up her historic day in the semifinals by dishing out 8 more assists to lead the Lady Bears.
Beatrice Mompremier, named to the all-tournament team, recorded her sixth career double-double with 13 points and 14 rebounds while blocking a season-high 4 shots. She has now scored in double figures six times in eight games this season, and it is her third time this year with double-digit rebounds.
Alexis Jones (20 points) scored in double figures for the seventh time in eight games this season, and had her third 20+ point game of the year. Jones also added 7 assists and 5 rebounds.
Kalani Brown (11 points) scored in double figures for the fourth time this season.
Nina Davis (10 points) scored in double figures for the fifth time in eight games this season.