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Game Digest: No. 1 Baylor (18-1, 5-0) beats Texas Tech (16-3, 3-2)

Published on January 23, 2011


Stats Comparison Texas Tech Baylor
Points 51 64
FG Made-Attempted 19-57 23/48
G Percentage .333 .479
3PT Made-Attempted 4-12 2-7
3PT Percentage .333 .286
FT Made-Attempted 9-19 16-20
FT Percentage .474 .800
Rebounds 36 32
Turnovers 15 16
Stat Leaders
Texas Tech Baylor
Christine Hyde 12 Points 25 Brittney Griner
Teena Wickett 9 Rebounds 8 Destiny Williams
Teena Wickett 5 Assists 8 Melissa Jones
Wickett/Kierra Mallard 2 Steals 5 Jordan Madden
Wickett/Mallard 1 Blocks 6 Griner
Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total
Texas Tech 29 22 51 Record: (16-3, 3-2 RV/25)
Baylor 28 36 64 Record: (18-1, 5-0 # 1/1)


  • Baylor is now 25-46 all-time against Texas Tech. Kim Mulkey is 17-7 all-time against the Lady Raiders, including 9-2 in the Ferrell Center.
  • The Lady Bears are 157-19 at home under Mulkey.
  • The win extends Baylor’s season win streak to 15 games and 14 in-a-row at home.
  • Baylor is 6-1 against ranked opponents this season.
  • Baylor hasn’t allowed an opponent to shoot 50 percent in 157-straight games, dating back to March 25, 2006 against Maryland.
  • Brittney Griner (25 pts) has scored in double-figures in 52-of-54 career games, including all 19 this season. She also had six blocks, making it the 32nd career game with 5+ blocks and 10th of the season.
    Jordan Madden’s five steals marked a career high.
  • Melissa Jones had a career high eight assists. Her 12 points marked her 34th career double-figure scoring output and eighth of the season.
  • Destiny Williams (11 pts.) scored in double figures for the fourth time this season. She tied a season high with four offensive rebounds.
Twitter Stream
  • This weekend Louisiana Tech is celebrating their 3 national titles (’81,’82,’88) Baylor coach Kim Mulkey was on 2 of those teams. #ncaaw
  • Hogg, Taylor Recall Techsters Beginning at National Championship Reunion Luncheon ( #ncaaw via bitly
  • Full house at the Ferrell Cntr tonight. Texas Tech vs. Baylor…some boos at TTU intro #ncaaw
  • Starting for Texas Tech: Barncastle, Wickett, Morris, Mallard, Smalls #ncaaw
  • Starting for Baylor: Sims, Hayden, Jones, Williams, Griner #ncaaw
  • Texas Tech takes the lead, 11-8, 14:24 #ncaaw
  • Freshman Kelsi Baker enters the game for Texas Tech, former DFW Elite teammate of BU’s Odyssey Sims #ncaaw
  • Jordan Madden steal, fast break layup puts Baylor back on top, 12-11, but TTU comes back w/Chynna Brown jumper, followed by Griner layup
  • There’s some major physical play going on and no calls. Wow. #ncaaw
  • close game, back and forth, tie game 17 all, 9:35
  • This is a hostile crowd. Lots of boos….but first monster block by Griner gets them in a better mood. #ncaaw
  • Tie game, 21 all, 5:26 #ncaaw baylor vs texas tech
  • Destiny Williams has last 2 shots for Baylor, 25-23 BU 3:15 Kierra Mallard having a good game for Texas Tech, 11 pts so far #ncaaw
  • 3.9 seconds left in the half and Texas Tech leads Baylor 29-28. Lady Raiders came to play, Baylor seems very cautious. #ncaaw
  • Halftime: Texas Tech 29, Baylor 28. Crowd is booing like mad because on the last play, Griner was knocked down but no foul was called #ncaaw
  • Texas Tech has outrebounded Baylor 22-13 in the first half. #ncaaw
  • TTU’s Wickett had a trey at 19:03 but Baylor goes on an 8-0 run, 38-32 BU, 16:03 #ncaaw
  • That “mental toughness down the stretch” that Kristy Curry talked about this week is missing for Texas Tech right now, 50-37 BU #ncaaw
  • Attendance:10,379. Baylor has now surpassed the 100,000 fan mark for the 6th straight season #ncaaw
  • Texas Tech fights back to get within 10, 60-51 Baylor, 57.6 seconds #ncaaw
  • Final: Baylor 64, Texas Tech 51 #ncaaw
  • Kim Mulkey: “Credit to Texas Tech and their coach. They played extremely hard.”


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