STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Imani Wright scored 16 points, Nina Davis had 14 points and 12 rebounds and No. 3 Baylor beat Oklahoma State 69-52 on Wednesday night for its 20th straight victory.
Sune Agbuke added 10 points and nine rebounds for Baylor (21-1, 10-0 Big 12). The Lady Bears’ only loss was Nov. 17 to No. 11 Kentucky.
Brittney Martin had 16 points and five rebounds for Oklahoma State (13-8, 3-7). The Cowgirls are 1-5 in their last six games.
Baylor led 7-0 and 10-2 and had a 37-21 advantage at halftime.
The Lady Bears had a 10-0 run early in the second half, making it 49-23 when Niya Johnson completed a three-point play with a free throw with 15:28 remaining.
Oklahoma State responded with a 7-0 run, with Roshunda Johnson scoring all seven points, to make it 49-30 with 13:53 left.
Later in the half, the Cowgirls reeled off a 13-4 run, but that just pulled them to 67-50 when Johnson sank two free throws with 3:44 to go.
The Lady Bears used a 12-3 run to push their early lead to 26-11 when Niya Johnson drove the lane for an easy layup with 10:05 left. The Cowgirls answered that with six straight points over the next four minutes, making it 26-17 on Jensen’s free throw with 6:03 to go.
That was as close as the Cowgirls would get, though, as Baylor quickly restored its 10-point lead, going on to carry a 37-21 advantage into halftime and never allowing OSU within double digits again.
Baylor: The 20-game winning streak ranks as the fifth-longest in Lady Bears history. The fourth-longest is 21 games from 2010-11, while the school record is 42 — 40 during their national championship season of 2011-12, plus the first two of 2012-13. … Baylor is 10-0 in Big 12 play for the fourth time in five seasons.
Oklahoma State: Senior forward Liz Donohoe entered the game averaging 11.8 points, but scored just seven points. She had just five points and two rebounds through the first 12 minutes of the second half, with OSU trailing by 20-plus points. It’s the third game in the last five that Donohoe scored seven or fewer.
Baylor: At No. 20 Texas on Sunday.
Oklahoma State: At Kansas on Saturday.
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