Nov. 30, 2006
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Tonight's announced attendance was 5,483.
There were six lead changes and four ties during the contest, all in the final 6:23 of the second half.
With the win, Baylor moves to 2-0 all-time against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The previous meeting was a 92-64 Baylor win last season.
Baylor will return to action on Saturday, Dec. 2, when the Lady Bears host Southeast Missouri at 7:00 p.m.
With the win, Baylor is now 34-3 under Kim Mulkey in the month of November.
Under Kim Mulkey, Baylor is now 48-3 against non-conference opponents at home and 99-14 against non-conference opponents overall since her arrival.
Baylor forced 24 turnovers in the victory while Texas A&M-Corpus Christi recorded only five assists, a season low for a Baylor opponent. Baylor had only 16 turnovers in the win as the Lady Bears are 5-0 this season when turning the ball over fewer times than the opponent. Under Kim Mulkey, Baylor is 111-19 all-time when turning the ball over fewer times than the opponent.
Baylor held a seven-point edge at the break are the Lady Bears are 6-0 this season when leading after the first 20 minutes. Under Kim Mulkey, Baylor is 137-13 when leading at the break.
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi held a 38-37 edge on the boards and shot 44.4 percent (24-of-54) from the field while Baylor shot 40.0 percent (24-of-60) from the field.
Jhasmin Player recorded a new career-high with eight rebounds in the victory. Player led all Baylor rebounders in the win.
Jessica Morrow scored 14 points in the victory, tying a season-high and two shy of her career mark. Morrow also recorded six rebounds in the win to tie her career-high and set a new season-high.
With 21 points, Bernice Mosby reached double-digit scoring for the eighth time this season and the 68th time of her career. Mosby's lay-up with 2.2 seconds remaining proved to be the difference in the win. Mosby also connected on 9-of-10 free throws in the victory.
Wilson recorded three blocks on the night as the freshman has recorded at least two blocks in seven-of-eight games this season.