Baylor (28-1, 18-0 Big 12) never tried when he won his 20 matches just entering the conference competition. The Lady Bears did not suffer in the Big 12 for the fourth time, entering teams from 2012, 2013 and last year.
Juicy Landrum added 13 points and Chloe Jackson scored 10 for Baylor, which did not win until the time came on the energetic Mountaineers (20-9, 11-7).
Led by Naomi Davenport West Virginia with 20 points. Tynice Martin 18 and Kari Niblack scored 13.
Baylor's top scorer and rebounder Kalani Brown got dirty early and was limited to eight points.
NO. 2 UCONN 57, SOUTH FLORIDA 47
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) – Christyn Williams scored eight of the 10 points in the fourth quarter and UConn finished his regular game last season on a 9-0 run.
The Huskies (28-2, 16-0), playing without injured star Katie Lou Samuelson, finished another perfect run through the American Athletic Conference. .
Samuelson was not playing after hurting her famine during last week's victory between 83-61 over Houston.
The Dangerfield Crystal scored 17 points and Napheesa Collier put 16 points to UConn. Megan Walker finished with 10, and Williams scored eight of the first 10 Huskies' points in the final quarter.
Enna Pehadzic 15 scored out of USF (16-14, 7-9), not scored in the last 6:04.
NO. 19 STATE IOWA 69, KANSAS 49
AMES, Iowa (AP) – Bridget Carleton and Kristin Scott had double doubles as Iowa State met Kansas in the regular round seasons for both teams.
Iowa State succeeded, winning three consecutive and five out of six, the seed No. 2 and sub-round for the first time in the conference competition, which starts Friday. The Cyclones (23-7, 13-5 Major 12) joined the season's individual records for the General Season wins and Congress wins.
Carleton completed 20 points and 11 rebounds, and Scott scored 12 with 14 career reconnections.
Christalah Lyons had 13 points for the Jayhawks (12-17, 2-16), who shot 27.5 per cent (19 of 69) from the field.
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