Brittney Griner set the Big 12 women's career scoring record on Wednesday night, finishing with 40 points in top-ranked Baylor's 90-60 victory over Texas Tech in Lubbock.
It was the fourth career 40-point performance for Griner, who also had 15 rebounds for her 51st career double-double.
Griner passed Oklahoma State's Andrea Riley for the record while scoring the first four points of the game, giving her 2,837 for her career. Riley had 2,835 points from 2007 to 2010.
Brooklyn Pope added 14 points for the Bears (19-1, 9-0). Kelsi Baker scored 12 points for Red Raiders (16-5, 6-3), which had won four in a row.
Louisville 78, South Florida 75 - Shoni Schimmel scored a career-high 38 points, and the No. 12 Cardinals (18-4, 6-2 Big East) rallied from a nine-point second-half deficit to beat the Bulls (14-6, 3-4) in Tampa, Fla.
Dayton 60, Virginia Commonwealth 49 - Andrea Hoover, Cassie Sant, and Olivia Applewhite each notched double-doubles as No. 17 Flyers (18-1, 6-0) continued its best Atlantic Ten Conference start, defeating the Rams (8-13, 1-5) in Richmond, Va.
All three players grabbed 10 rebounds, with Hoover scoring 15 points, Sant 12, and Applewhite 10.
La Salle 68, Massachusetts 57 - Brittany Wilson scored a season-high 30 points and the Explorers (7-13, 3-2 A-10) overcame an eight-point second-half deficit to beat the Minutewomen (3-18, 1-5) at the Mullins Center in Amherst, Mass.
Swarthmore 68, Muhlenberg 66 - Junior Kayla Moritzky nailed a three-pointer at the buzzer to give the host Garnet (16-3, 12-2 Centennial Conference) the victory over the Mules (11-8, 8-6).
Bloomsburg 86, East Stroudsburg 43 - Catherine Noack scored 20 points to lead host Huskies (14-4, 10-4 PSAC) over the Warriors (5-13, 4-10) at Nelson Field House.
Widener 87, Stevenson 64 - Senior Vanessa Hejnas scored a season-high 20 points for the Pride (16-4, 11-2 Commonwealth Conference), which clinched a spot in the conference tournament with the victory over the host Mustangs (7-10, 4-8).
College of New Jersey 66, Rutgers-Camden 54 - The Lions (14-7, 8-4 New Jersey Athletic Conference) raced out to a big lead and never looked back as they picked up a big win over the host Scarlet Raptors (8-12, 3-10).
Gwynedd-Mercy 63, Immaculata 54 - The Mighty Macs (7-13, 5-6) staged a furious rally in the second half but still fell short in a Colonial States Athletic Conference game against the host Griffins (13-7, 9-2) in Gwynedd Valley.