Dec. 21, 2011
No. 1/1 Baylor 90, McNeese State 50
Ferrell Center - Waco, Texas
December 21, 2011 - Att. 7,516
With today's Lady Bear victory, Kim Mulkey's career record now stands at 310-79.
The series is now tied 6-6.
Baylor's regular season non-conference record under coach Mulkey is 139-9.
This marks Baylor's first 12-0 start since the 2001-02 season and just the third such opening in school history.
Baylor is 50-4 over their last 54 games.
The victory extends the Lady Bears home winning streak to 30. Baylor now has a 56-game home non-conference win streak, dating back to a loss to 12th-ranked Purdue on November 19, 2006.
With the win, Baylor extends is regular season, non-conference win streak to 22 games. Its last such loss came at UConn last season.
Baylor is the only Division I school with both its men's (10-0) and women's (12-0) teams sporting perfect records.
Baylor had six players (Odyssey Sims, Kimetria Hayden, Destiny Williams, Sune Agbuke, Ashley Field and Brittney Griner) score in double figures. The last time that happened was Nov. 13, 2010 against Montana State.
Baylor hasn't allowed an opponent to shoot 50 percent in 186 straight games, dating back to March 25, 2006 against Maryland.
McNeese State's 18 rebounds marked a season low for a Baylor opponent.
Baylor has now won 88 consecutive games when scoring 70 or more points, dating back to a 78-72 overtime loss to North Carolina State in the 2007 NCAA Tournament in Raleigh, N.C.
Brittney Griner (15 pts.) has scored in double-figures in 52 straight games and in 82 of 84 in her career.
Griner (15 pts, 13 reb.) picked up the 33rd double-double of her career and seventh of the season.
Odyssey Sims (16 pts) registered her 11th double-digit scoring performance of the year.
Kimetria Hayden (15 pts) registered a season high in points. It marked the fifth double-digit scoring performance this season.
Destiny Williams (13 pts) recorded her fifth double-digit scoring performance this season.
Sune Agbuke (10 pts, 15 reb) picked up her first career double-double and notched career highs in both points and rebounds.
Ashley Field (10 pts) registered her first double-figure scoring performance of the year.