By The Numbers: Baylor 72, Tech 64

The Lady Raiders could not keep up with the Lady Bears in their third-straight loss in Big 12 play.

0 - The number of losses Baylor has recorded this season

 

3 - The number of losses in a row for the Lady Raiders

 

4 - The number of shots that Kierra Mallard made on Wednesday going 4-for-18 from the field

 

5 – The number of Tech players that reached double-digits in scoring, Hyde (15), Baker and Morris (12 each), Mallard (11) and Smalls (10)

 

5:10 – The stretch of time in the first half where the Lady Raiders failed to score a field goal, while the Lady Bears went on an 11-0 run

 

8 - Mallard's total rebounds in the game, which led the team, and the amount of turnovers Tech had

 

15 - Total points for Christine Hyde, who led the team in scoring and was tied for the lead in steals

 

16 - Destiny Williams led the Lady Bears with 16 points and 16 rebounds, her third straight double-double

 

21 – Brittney Griners total amount of points in the game, which is right around her average in scoring, which leads the Big 12

 

38 – Tech outscored Baylor in the paint gathering 38 points while the Lady Bears got 36

 

38.5% - Texas Tech's three-point shot percentage

 

42.9% - Tech's shooting percentage from the field for the game

 

45.5% - Baylor's three-point shot percentage and also Tech's free throw percentage in the game

50% - Baylor as a team went 27-for-54 from the field giving it a field goal percentage of 50%

 

64- The number of points the Lady Raiders scored, and it marks the fifth game the Lady Raiders have scored in the 60s and they are 2-3 in those games losing three in a row when scoring just in the 60s

 

72 – Baylor finished the game in the 70s for the third-straight conference game and the sixth time this season, Baylor has been held under 70 only one time this season – vs. UCONN in the 66-61 win.



 


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