Nov. 28, 2010
Box Score |
No. 2/3 Baylor 106, Southeastern Louisiana 41
Ferrell Center - Waco, Texas
November 28, 2010 - Att. 6,015
Baylor is now 4-0 all-time against Southeastern Louisiana, including 3-0 under Mulkey.
Baylor is 122-9 (.931) in regular season, non-conference games under Mulkey, including an 82-1 (.988) mark at home.
Baylor has won 40 straight non-league home games.
With today's 6,015 fans, the Lady Bears went over the 1,000,000 mark since Kim Mulkey's arrival on Baylor's campus 11 years ago.
Baylor hasn't allowed an opponent to shoot 50 percent in 146-straight games, dating back to March 25, 2006 against Maryland.
The Lady Bears' 64 points in the first half were the most first half points in program history, breaking the old mark of 61 against UMHB on Dec. 7, 1978.
The 46 point lead at half was also a program best, topping the old mark of 43 that was set against Texas Southern on Dec. 13, 1997.
The Lady Bears shot over 50 percent from the field for the fifth time this season.
Baylor shot a season high 85.7 percent (24-28) from the free throw line.
Baylor's 106 points were the most scored since registering 117 against Sam Houston State on Dec. 4, 2006.
Brittney Griner (28 pts, 10 reb, 10 blks) recorded her fourth career triple-double and first of the season. Griner is now one shy of the Big 12 record of five, set by Shalee Lehning (2006-09) of Kansas State.
Griner has scored in double-figures in 41-of-43 career games, including all eight this season. It marked her fourth game in a row with 20+ points.
Griner's 10 blocks gave her the ninth career game of 10+ blocks game and first of the season.
Mariah Chandler registered season highs in points (five) and rebounds (three).
Terran Condrey recorded a season high five assists.
Ashley Field notched season highs in rebounds (seven) and points (12).
Melissa Jones tied a season high with three steals.
Lindsay Palmer tied a season high with four assists.
Makenzie Robertson tied a career high with 12 points.
Odyssey Sims (10 pts) recorded her fifth straight double-digit point performance.