Big 12 Women's Basketball Week 15 Notes
Courtesy: Big12Sports.com
          Release: 02/11/2013
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The Big 12 is No. 1 in conference RPI in both CBN and Sagarin ratings.

The Big 12 has seven teams in the top 42, and eight in the top 65 of the Feb. 11 NCAA RPI. Just one other league (Big East) has as many teams in the top 42.

Twenty-three Big 12 games have been decided by single digits and five have gone into overtime.

The Big 12 is the only conference with every team in the top 63 of Collegiate Basketball News' strength of schedule.

The Big 12 is one of two leagues in which 50 percent of its teams have 16-plus wins.

The Big 12 is the only conference in which 80 percent of its teams have a winning record.

Seventy percent of Big 12 squads are ranked or receiving votes with Baylor in the No. 1 spot. Ninety percent of Conference teams have been ranked or received votes this season.

The Big 12 holds the nation's record for current win streak and home court win streak. Baylor has won 20 straight overall games and 51 consecutive outings on its home court.

Baylor's 34-game regular season conference win streak is a Big 12 record and the current longest active streak nationally in league games.

Every Big 12 team will finish the non-conference portion of its season with a winning record for the sixth consecutive season. One non-conference game remains when Baylor travels to Connecticut on Feb. 18.

The Big 12 leads the nation in non-conference win percentage (.804) and fewest losses (90-22).

The Conference won 21 consecutive non-conference games from Nov. 25 - Dec. 6. The Big 12 started the season with a 14-game win streak.

Big 12 teams finished the non-conference season 61-7 in home games for a .897 win percentage, second-best among all leagues. The Big 12 is 229-15 in home non-league games since the beginning of the 2010-11 season.

Phillips 66 Big 12 Women's Basketball weekly honors were awarded to players: Odyssey Sims (BU) and Nicole Griffin (OU), and freshmen: Kidd Blaskowsky (ISU) and Imani McGee-Stafford (UT).

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