WACO, Texas – West Virginia, and No. 2 Baylor capitalized. Over and over.
Kalani Brown scored 17 points, Lauren Cox joined 13 and Bears backups entered double figures as well as Sunday 79-47.
Newers NaLyssa Smith had 11 points and Queen Egbo won 10 as Baylor won (15-1, 5-0 Big 12) to a 30th game after a row at the Ferrell Center.
"We knew exactly what they were doing. We could not stop it," said Mike Carey, coach West Virginia. "They keep coming with you in the paint. Even their makers are coming out of the bench, but the paint is a pound."
Tynice Martin made 18 points and Madisen Smith made 11 points and five helpers to the Mountaineers (12-5, 3-3), who gave 30 percent of the field. Naomi Davenport made 10 points and six restatements.
Baylor Chloe Jackson point guard refused 10 help with a high career.
Point 3 of Davenport came to open the second quarter attracted West Virginia within 18-16, but Baylor responded to a 20-2 run.
"You will not hit Baylor hitting 3," said Carey. "You have to go in, stop jumping. When you have opportunities to attack, attack. We did not succeed in doing so."
Baylor was under the command of 23 at the break and on the coast and WVU was engaged to 47 low-season points.
Juicy Landrum made 13 points and eight help for Baylor.
"I was proud that some of the children were able to rest," said Kim Mulkey, Bears coach, whose team is No. 18 State of Iowa in three days. "We've got a big game again on Wednesday and we want to have to turn shooters across the floor. So, the minutes you can get and use your bench, like you."
West Virginia came back to Texas Tech home on Wednesday.
"We took a beating," said Carey. "I think Baylor is very good. I have watched many teams on television and I think they are as well as anyone in the country. I think they keep coming into the paint for you. What they wanted – 50 points in the paint? I feel that their novices succeed in coming out of the bench but paint their pounds. So, a basketball team is very good. Well-being. We are completely quitting blocking. "