Bryan College Station Eagle, Stuart Villanueva, Associated Press
Texas A&M's Tyra White (20) scores past Kansas State's Brittany Chambers during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game at Reed Arena in College Station, Texas, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012.

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.