Big 12 Women's Basketball Continues Non-Conference Play
Courtesy: Big12Sports.com
          Release: 11/19/2012
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The Big 12 started the season with a nation's best 14-game win streak,  and is currently 24-4.

The Conference leads the nation with its .857 win percentage and fewest number of losses (24-4).

The Big 12 is also the only league in which sixty percent of its teams remain undefeated and one of two conferences that doesn't have a team with more than one loss.

Conference teams are 16-2 in home games and 183-10 on their home courts since the beginning of the 2010-11 season. The Big 12 led the nation in home non-conference win percentage the past two years.

Seventy percent of Big 12 squads are ranked or receiving votes. AP ratings include: 3. Baylor, 12. West Virginia, 13. Oklahoma, 15. Texas, 21. Oklahoma State and 22. Kansas. The Jayhawks are making their first appearance in the media poll this season. Iowa State is the first team receiving votes, 13 points outside of the top 25.

The Big 12's six ranked teams are the most nationally and the Big 12 is the only league with 60 percent of its membership ranked. Other BCS conferences with percentage of teams ranked are: ACC (25 percent), BE (26.7 percent), B10 (33.3 percent), SEC (33.3 percent) and Pac-12 (25 percent).

Seven Big 12 teams are averaging over 70 points a game and every team is averaging above 60.

Eight players have recorded a double-double on the young season. Nneka Enempkpali (Texas) and Ayana Dunning (West Virginia) have two each.

Phillips 66 Big 12 Women's Basketball weekly honors were awarded to player: Carolyn Davis (Kansas) and freshman: Emiah Bingley (Iowa State).

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