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Baylor puts up 94, easily dispatches Prairie View A&M

WACO, Texas (AP) -- Bernice Mosby and Latara Darrett helped No. 9
Baylor wrap up a nearly spotless preseason that surprised coach Kim
Mulkey.

The Lady Bears (13-1) got ready for Big 12 play with a 94-50 win
over Prairie View A&M on Saturday.

"With this much youth, I'm not sure what my expectations should
have been," Mulkey said. "But I didn't think we'd be 13-1 and
beat some of the people we've beaten."

Mosby had 21 points and nine rebounds, and Darrett added a
career-high 18 points to lead Baylor to its 10th straight victory.

"It's been a great roll for us," Mosby said. "We're really
blessed to be 13-1."

Angela Tisdale and Danielle Wilson scored 12 points each for the
Lady Bears, and Jhasmin Player had 10.

Baylor outscored the Lady Panthers (2-9) 12-3 to open the second
half, taking a 56-18 lead with just 14 minutes. The Lady Bears
forced 28 Prairie View A&M turnovers, resulting in 50 Baylor
points.

"My teammates got me the ball when I was open," Darrett said.
"I was able to hit them down."

Candice Thomas and Angel Smith led Prairie View A&M (2-9) with
11 points each.