Dec. 30, 2006
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Today's announced attendance was 6,037.
Today's meeting was the 12th in the series between Baylor and Prairie View A&M. Baylor improved to 12-0 all-time vs. Prairie View A&M and 24-2 vs. current SWAC members.
Baylor returns to action on Wednesday, Jan. 3, when the Lady Bears host Texas Tech at 7 p.m. in the Big 12 opener for both teams.
Head coach Kim Mulkey posted her 170th career victory at Baylor.
Baylor won its 10th-straight game and improved to 13-1 on the season with today's victory.
Baylor finished the game with 10 blocked shots, the fourth time this season it has recorded at least 10 rejections. For the season, the Lady Bears have recorded a nation-leading 108 blocked shots.
Baylor held a 29-point edge at the break as the Lady Bears improved to 11-0 on the season when leading after the first 20 minutes. Under Kim Mulkey, Baylor is 142-13 when leading at the break.
Baylor had five players reach double figures in the victory marking the seventh time this season the Lady Bears had at least five players score in double digits.
The win moves Baylor's mark to 44-1 all-time in December under head coach Kim Mulkey. The Lady Bears have never lost at home in December under Mulkey, moving their record to 27-0 with the win.
Under Kim Mulkey, Baylor is now 53-3 against non-conference opponents at home and 104-14 against non-conference opponents overall since her arrival.
Baylor is 85-3 under Mulkey when scoring 80 or more points, including 9-0 in 2006-07.
For the contest, Baylor out-rebounded Prairie View A&M, 36-28, as the Lady Bears are now 140-20 under Mulkey when out-rebounding the opposition.
Baylor held a 46-22 edge in points in the paint, a 50-9 edge in points off turnovers, a 18-8 edge in second chance points and a 18-0 edge in fastbreak points.
Baylor had 19 steals in the game, its second-best one-game total of the season.
Latara Darrett scored a career-high 18 points. Her previous career best was 13 vs. North Carolina A&T.
Darrett's effort against PV was aided by a career-high tying 4 made 3-point buckets (she also made 4 treys against BYU).
Bernice Mosby had 21 points and 9 rebounds today. It marked her eighth 20-point scoring game of the season.
Danielle Wilson blocked 4 shots in the game to run her season total to 48, most-ever by a Baylor freshman and the seventh-best one-season total in school history overall.
Rachel Allison had a career-high tying 5 steals today and for the season has a team-leading 30 thefts.
Angela Tisdale had 4 assists to move her career total 321, good for No. 8 on the all-time Baylor list. She's also No. 10 at Baylor in made career 3's with 69.