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Every team in the Big 12 has a .500 or better record - the only conference in the nation that can boast that feat.
Five Big 12 teams are ranked in the top 30 of the latest NCAA RPI. Eight of nine squads are listed among the top 81.
Big 12 teams boast a .700 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 twice in the past four weeks. It was the first time since August 25, 2009 that four Big 12 teams were ranked.
Kansas has already matched its conference win total from all of last season. The Jayhawks have six shutouts in the past seven games overall, outscoring their opponents 12-1 during that span.
West Virginia has recorded a shutout in three straight matches (six times overall in 2014) and is riding a nine-match unbeaten streak.
Texas handed Texas Tech its first regular season Big 12 loss since October 5, 2012. The win stopped TTU’s 23-match regular season unbeaten streak, the longest in school history.
Oklahoma State has won six straight, including four shutouts. OSU has allowed just two goals in the last six outings after surrendering 15 scores in the first six games of 2014.
This is the fifth straight year in which Tech has reached the 10-win mark and the second in a row where the Red Raiders have done so in the first 11 matches of the season.
Baylor has 33 shutouts over the last three seasons, including seven in 2014. Goalie Michelle Kloss has 24 career shutouts, three away from tying for the BU career record.
TCU goalkeeper Vittoria Arnold tied the school record with her 18th career shutout when she made eight saves in the draw against WVU.