WACO, Texas — The top-ranked Baylor women are finally getting their long-awaited rematch against Texas A&M.
They play Saturday for the first time since the Aggies won in an NCAA regional final between the Big 12 rivals last March. Texas A&M, which had already lost three games that season against the Lady Bears, won 58-46 to advance to its first Final Four and then won the national title.
The Lady Bears (24-0) are the only remaining undefeated men's or women's team in major college basketball. They have won a school-record 36 consecutive home games.
Baylor coach Kim Mulkey says she believes this will be the last trip to Waco for 15th-ranked Texas A&M (17-5), which is leaving the Big 12 for the SEC after this season.
- BYU defensive back transferring to Utah State
- Doug Robinson: A victory lap for Hot Rod Hundley
- BYU football: Cougars in talks with Wagner...
- BYU sells close to 2,000 tickets for Miami...
- Dick Harmon: How a simple decision in the...
- Blocking the net helped propel BYU to Final...
- Ready or not, Vegas: Here come the Utes
- Preparation, hard work help BYU's Koroma earn...
- 4-star offensive line commit Kieffer... 67
- BYU has something to prove, looking to... 60
- BYU whips Weber State, gets a scare... 48
- BYU defensive back transferring to Utah... 42
- BYU sells close to 2,000 tickets for... 32
- Dick Harmon: BYU guard Tyler Haws the... 30
- BYU women's volleyball advances to the... 25
- BYU football: Cougars in talks with... 23