Texas Tech vs. Baylor Postgame Notes|
Feb. 12, 2014
TEXAS TECH – BAYLOR POSTGAME NOTES
7/4 BAYLOR 75, TEXAS TECH 58 - FINAL
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12, 2014
UNITED SPIRIT ARENA – LUBBOCK, TEXAS
- Today’s attendance was 4,390.
- There was 1 lead change during the game.
- There was 1 tie during the game.
- Texas Tech’s largest lead was 2 (2-0) at 19:42 in the 1st Half.
- Baylor’s largest lead was 21 (75-54) at 1:45 in the 2nd Half.
- Texas Tech’s largest run was 7-0 from 11:52 to 8:08 in the 1st Half to make it 15-18.
- Baylor’s largest run was 12-2 from 9:01 to 6:20 in the 2nd Half to make it 60-42.
- Texas Tech is 6-18 overall and 0-13 in Big 12 Conference play.
- Baylor is 21-3 overall and 11-1 in Big 12 Conference play.
- Texas Tech is 6-9 overall and 0-7 in Big 12 Conference play at home this season.
- Texas Tech leads the all-time series 48-32.
- Candi Whitaker is 6-18 in her first season as Tech’s head coach.
TEXAS TECH STARTERS (GAMES STARTED THIS YEAR)
COOKTAYLOR GETS HER FIRST START
Texas Tech redshirt freshman Ivonne CookTaylor started her first career game on Wednesday vs. Baylor.
CASTON CAREER HIGH
Texas Tech freshman Jasmine Caston scored a career-high 19 points on Wednesday vs. Baylor. Caston topped her previous best when she scored 15 vs. Michigan in the Barclays Center Women’s Invitational on Nov. 29 in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Texas Tech junior guard Amber Battle scored 13 points on Wednesday vs. Baylor. It was the 22nd time this season she has scored in double digits and 10th game in a row.
SPEARS DOUBLE DIGITS, THREES
Texas Tech freshman Minta Spears scored 14 points on Wednesday vs. Baylor. It was the third time in six games she has scored in double digits and 10th overall this season. Spears also hit two 3-pointers – her seventh consecutive game with a three and 13th game overall with multiple 3-pointers made.