WACO, Texas (AP) - Danielle Wilson got off to a fast start and
finished with 26 points, 13 rebounds and four blocked shots to lead
No. 7 Baylor to a 72-43 victory over Missouri on Saturday.
Wilson, who was 11-of-13 shooting and matched her career scoring
high, scored the game's first basket and blocked Missouri's first
shot attempt. The Lady Bears never trailed.
Baylor (21-3, 9-2 Big 12) won its fourth straight game since
back-to-back home losses against conference-leading Oklahoma and
Texas. The Lady Bears, alone in second place in the Big 12, have a
week off before playing at the Sooners next Saturday.
Wilson scored eight of Baylor's first 13 points. Missouri
(11-12, 2-8) tied the game at 13, but Jhasmin Player and Morghan
Medlock then paced a 16-4 run that put Baylor in control.
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