Post Game Notes

Dec. 12, 2007

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·          With the win, Baylor now leads the all-time series 2-0.

·          Head coach Kim Mulkey posted her 190th career victory at Baylor.

·          Mulkey is now 12-0 versus Pacific-10 teams since her arrival at Baylor.

·          Baylor is 92-18 (.836) since the start of the 2004-05 season with 15 of the 18 setbacks coming at the hands of nationally ranked opponents.

·          BU is 149-13 (.920) under Coach Mulkey when scoring 70 or more points, including 92-3 (.968) when putting 80 or more on the scoreboard.

·          The Lady Bears have maintained a 104-13 (.889) Ferrell Center record in Kim Mulkey's eight seasons as coach.

·          Baylor is 7-0 for the first time since the 2005-06 season when the Lady Bears began 10-0.

·          The Lady Bears shot a season high 54.5 percent (6-of-11) from the 3-point line.

·          Sophomore Danielle Wilson set a new Baylor record with nine blocks, surpassing the old record of seven.  Her nine blocks are the second-highest total in a single game in Big 12 history.  In addition, it marks the fourth-highest total in the NCAA this season.  Wilson has blocked at least one shot in 38 of 41 career games, including four or more 13 times.

·          Senior Angela Tisdale scored a career high 24 points.

·          Freshman Melissa Jones tied a career high with three steals.

·          Baylor held Oregon to just 23.2 percent from the field.  The Lady Bears have held each of its first seven opponents under 40 percent.

·          With the game tied at eight with 12:31 to go in first half, Baylor went on a 36-3 run to finish the half and take a 44-11 lead into the break.  Oregon went 0-16 from the field during the run, with its three points coming from the charity stripe.



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