WACO, Texas (AP)- Odyssey Sims scored 29 points and had 13 assists to become the Baylor career leader in that category as the Lady Bears beat San Jose State 113-73 on Tuesday night.
It was the first game in 10 days for the Lady Bears (7-0), who extended their nation's-best home winning streak to 64 games.
Nina Davis had 15 points in 17 minutes while Makenzie Robertson scored 13 points, Khadijiah Cave had 12 and Chardonae Fuqua 10 for Baylor. Niya Johnson had 14 assists. Sims had five steals and five rebounds with one turnover in her 27 minutes.
Short-handed San Jose State (4-4), with only eight players in uniform, ran out to a 23-18 lead on Rebecca Woodberry's third 3-pointer with 13:40 left in the first half.
The Lady Bears then scored 14 straight points in less than 3 minutes. They led 32-23 after consecutive 3-pointers by Makenzie Robertson, both on passes from Sims. The Spartans missed their only two shots and had three turnovers in that shorter span, which was part of a 31-7 run by Baylor.
Woodberry finished with 19 points, while Classye James had 17 and Ta'rea Cunnigan 16.
Needing only two assists to overtake Angela Tisdale's school record of 493, Sims had that in less than 3 minutes. She had 10 assists by halftime, and had 17 points as the Lady Bears led 63-38.
Robertson had 11 points with three 3s and Sune Agbuke already had 10 of her 12 rebounds by then.
Sims, who entered the game as the Big 12 scoring leader and No. 3 nationally with 27.3 points per game, has 492 career assists.
Johnson had 14 assists for Baylor.
Baylor is 7-0 to start a season for the 9th time and 1st time since 40-0 in the 2011-12 season - 6 of the 7-0 starts have come under Kim Mulkey.
The Lady Bears extended their program-record home win streak to 64 games; the streak is the longest active streak in the nation after UCONN snapped Stanford's string of 82-straight wins on Dec. 29, 2012. Baylor's last loss in Waco came against Texas, March 7, 2010 by a score of 70-54.
Baylor has won 34 straight regular season games since a 71-69 loss to No. 4 Stanford on Nov. 16, 2012, in Honolulu.
With 29 points, senior Odyssey Sims extended her streak of double-digit scoring to 17 games. Sims was last held to single-digits against UCONN, Feb. 18 when she had nine.
Sims' 29 points gave her eight straight games with at least 20 points dating back to last year's NCAA Tournament game with Louisville; and it marks the 25th time in her career she's passed the 20-point mark in a game.
Sims now has 80 career games in double figures and has led the team in points 18 times in her career.
Sims has now scored double figures in the first half of all seven games this season (13 vs. Grambling State; 14 vs. Nicholls State; 24 vs. Rice (career high); 11 vs. Savannah State; 20 vs. Northwestern State; 24 vs. UTSA; 17 vs. SJSU).
Sims now has 505 career assists, which are the most all-time at Baylor, passing Angela Tisdale's (2004-08) record of 493.
Sims had her 2nd career game (1st this season) with at least 10 points (29), 5 rebounds (5), 5 assists (13) and 5 steals (5) - she had 19 points, 11 assists, six steals and five rebounds vs. Milwaukee on Dec. 8, 2011.
Sims now has 5 games (3 this season) of having at least 20 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists.
Sims' 10 assists at half are the most she's ever had in a half in her career.
Sims' 13 assists rank tied for 3rd in Baylor single-game history and marked the 5th time in her career that she's had 10+ assists.
Sims had a double-double (17 points, 10 assists) at half for the first time in her career, giving her 5 double-doubles in her career (1st this season) - she ended the game with 29 points and 13 assists.
Through three-plus years, fourth-year players Sims and Makenzie Robertson are 115-5 (.959) overall and are undefeated at the Ferrell Center.
Robertson's 11 points in the first half were the most she's ever had in a first half in her career - she finished with a season-high 13 points.
Freshman Nina Davis' 15 points helped her reach double figures in each of her first seven collegiate games.
Davis' 13 points at halftime were the most she's had in the first half of a game in her young career.
Sune Agbuke's 12 rebounds were a season high and mark the 4th time (2nd this season) she's had 10+ boards in her career.
Niya Johnson's 14 assists rank tied for 2nd in Baylor single-game history and marked the second time she's had 10+ assists in her career (had 11 at Rice on Nov. 27, 2012).
Johnson's 8 rebounds were a career high.
STAT OF THE GAME
Baylor outscored San Jose State in the paint, 74-18.
TWEET OF THE GAME
"Odyssey Sims can do it all. She's a point guard that can score if you need her to, she can pass if you need her to, she can defend if you need her to. She can play the two in the one. Not many players can do that." - Baylor head coach Kim Mulkey on Odyssey Sims
The Lady Bears head to Arlington, Texas, to take on Kentucky Friday (Dec. 6) at 6:30 p.m. CT at AT&T Stadium.