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Daily Bears Report 02/27/2018 Lady Bears Get Clean Sweep of Big XII, Sic ‘em!

WBB downs West Virginia. MBB senior game is White Out tonight.

NCAA Womens Basketball: West Virginia at Baylor Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

Today’s Event

Men’s Basketball, vs Oklahoma, 8:00 PM, Gametracker, Listen Baylor/IMG, Watch ESPN2

Man Bears Basketball

MBB Hosts Oklahoma for Senior Night Whiteout - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor men's basketball hosts Oklahoma for an 8 p.m. CT tipoff on Tuesday. The senior night game will be televised on ESPN2 and WatchESPN, and fans are encouraged to wear white.

Lady Bears Basketball

NCAA Womens Basketball: West Virginia at Baylor Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

Senior point guard Kristy Wallace leaves Game with Knee Injury, BearsIllustrated, Baylor senior point guard Kristy Wallace left during the first half of their Monday night game with West Virginia with a right knee injury. Wallace was sprinting after a loose ball in the backcourt on defense when she started to slip. After clutching her right knee, Wallace hopped off the court and straight into the locker room.

NCAA Womens Basketball: West Virginia at Baylor Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

Landrum, Ursin step up for Lady Bears after Wallace injury, BaylorLariat, No. 3-ranked Baylor women’s basketball finished conference play undefeated for the first time since 2013 and for the third time in school history.

The Lady Bears (28-1, 18-0) defeated West Virginia 80-54 Monday night at the Ferrell Center behind 17 points, 16 rebounds, and a career high four three-pointers from sophomore forward Lauren Cox.

Senior forward Dekeiya Cohen and senior guard Kristy Wallace were honored at halftime of the game, but Wallace did not play in the second half due to an apparent knee injury she suffered in the second quarter.

Cohen said Wallace is a fighter and will do everything she can to get back on the court.

“We know that she might be out for a little bit,” Cohen said. “She’s a good spirit. She’s a fighter. We know that if she has anything to do with it, she’ll be back.”

Freshman guard Moon Ursin played a career-high 30 minutes in Wallace’s absence.

Neither freshman forward Didi Richards or guard Alex Morris played, due to what was described as a “violation of team rules,” so head coach Kim Mulkey was left with just five players at her disposal. The result was that four of her starters — Brown, Cox, Landurm and Cohen played all 40 minutes for the Lady Bears.

NCAA Womens Basketball: West Virginia at Baylor Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

Lady Bears rally around injured Wallace, rout West Virginia for 18-0 conference record, WacoTrib, As green and gold confetti rained down inside the Ferrell Center and the Lady Bears celebrated with each other and put on their Big 12 Championship T-shirts, Kim Mulkey took a few steps away from her players and wiped her eyes with a towel.

The Baylor head coach challenged her players a few days prior with the fact that only two of her teams had ever run the table in the Big 12. With an 80-54 win over West Virginia Monday night, the Lady Bears followed through to finish 18-0 in league play.

“Yeah, there was a lot of emotion,” Mulkey said. “The culmination of an undefeated (conference) season, the third in the history of this program; playing only five players tonight; disciplining two freshmen for very minor violations, things that other coaches would never discipline for. To think what this program and this team has done, not for ourselves but for this university.”

Despite the celebration of Baylor’s eighth-straight Big 12 title, no one wanted to look over and see Kristy Wallace on crutches. She went down with a right knee injury early in the second quarter and didn’t return.

NCAA Womens Basketball: West Virginia at Baylor Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

WBB Finishes Perfect Big 12 Regular Season - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Juicy Landrum matched her career high with scored 20 points, Dekeiya Cohen had 18 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks, and No. 3 Baylor completed a perfect Big 12 regular season with an 80-54 win over West Virginia on Monday night.

Baylor routs WVU to cap perfect 18-0 run through Big 12, MetroNews, Juicy Landrum scored a career-high 20 points and Dekeiya Cohen had 18 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks as the No., 3 Bears used only six players in a dominant 80-54 win Monday.

WVU basketball: Women lose regular season finale to Baylor, FanSided, The WVU women's basketball team lost its final regular season game to No. 3 Baylor on Monday.

The Bears beat the Mountaineers, 80-54.

It was all Baylor from the very beginning as the home team dominated inside and stopped the WVU basketball team’s progress on offense.

Baylor had a 52-32 rebounding advantage and scored 38 points in the paint and 14 off second-chance opportunities. The Mountaineers couldn’t keep up with the Bears’ four top players who all played 40 minutes.

The WVU basketball team did have an early lead in this one as it was up by five points in the first quarter. The Bears quickly snuffed that out and took a 16-10 lead after the first frame. Baylor outscored the Mountaineers, 20-12, in the second quarter and ran away with it from there.

Baylor has won 14 out of the last 15 Big XII titles; now they look to win a national title, BearsIllustrated, The Lady Bears look to pivot towards a National Championship after their 8th straight Big 12 Title.

Famous OBF Quote: “Think we can get Kristy a medical redsirt?”



Baseball Loses Series Rubber Match at No. 11 UCLA - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor baseball lost 3-0 in the series rubber match at No. 11 UCLA on Sunday afternoon at Jackie Robinson Stadium. The Bears (3-3) were unable to solve Bruins (6-1) starter Zach Pettway.


SB's Wallace Named Big 12 Player of the Week - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor softball senior catcher Carlee Wallace was named the Big 12 Player of the Week, announced Monday by the conference office.


WT Downs No. 32 Washington - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, For the second time in its last three dual matches, Baylor women's tennis knocked off a ranked opponent. The Bears downed No. 32 Washington, 4-1, to move to 4-6 on the season.