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A total of 88.9 percent of Big 12 teams have winning percentages of
.600 or better - the highest mark of any conference in the nation.

Big 12 teams boast a .690 win percentage versus non-conference
foes, the best tally since 2011. The current percentage would rank
third all-time in the history of the league.

The Big 12 has had four teams in the top 25 for two of the last three
weeks. It marked the first time since Aug. 25, 2009 that four Big 12
teams were ranked.

Texas Tech is one of just four teams in the nation (Virginia, Virginia
Tech, UALR) that is unbeaten and untied.

West Virginia has a seven-match unbeaten streak and has not lost
since August 29. The Mountaineers have scored four or more goals
in three straight matches for the first time since 2006.

Kansas has four shutouts in the past five games, allowing just one
goal in the last 462 minutes of action. Goalkeeper Kaitlyn Stroud
had her 10th career shutout over the weekend, moving her into the
No. 4 slot on the KU all-time list.

Iowa State’s Koree Willer has eight goals this year, tied for the
seventh-best season total in school history.

Oklahoma State has won four straight games after wins over
Memphis and Tulsa. OSU has allowed just two goals in the last four
outings after surrendering 15 scores in the first six games of 2014.

Baylor extended its unbeaten streak at home to seven matches
dating back to 2013. All seven matches have been shutouts for BU.

Senior keeper Vittoria Arnold of TCU has five shutouts this year, a
total that is tied for the Big 12 lead. The Horned Frogs have won six
in a row, outscoring opponents 14-2 during the streak.
Texas goalie Abby Smith notched her 19th career shutout in the

Longhorns’ 2-0 win over Texas State, equaling her career-best with
eight saves as she tied for second on the all-time UT shutouts list.

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