Baylor 75, Miami 57

College Basketball

Associated Press

SAN ANTONIO - Sarah Andrews had 18 points and No. 10 Baylor handed No. 24 Miami its first loss, rolling to a 75-57 victory in the Hall of Fame Series.

Baylor forced 15 turnovers and led for all but 1 minute, 34 seconds.

Jada Walker added 14 points, Bella Fontleroy had 13 points and Yaya Felder had 12 points for the Bears (9-0).

Shayeann Day-Wilson had 12 points to lead Miami (8-1). Ally Stedman and Kyla Oldacre each added 11 points.

Baylor quickly took control of a battle between unbeaten teams.

Baylor captured a 13-point lead with Walker scoring nine points in the opening quarter while making all four field goal attempts and a free throw.

Baylor was 5 for 10 on 3-pointers in the first half, including a 23-footer by Andrews with 40 seconds left in the second quarter that put the Bears up 47-32.

The Bears finished 10 for 20 on 3-pointers.

Trailing by 16 during the first half, Miami opened the third quarter on an 8-2 run but Baylor would later go on a 7-0 run to regain the momentum.

Naismith Hall of Fame inductee Becky Hammon was in attendance along with former Baylor standout Jeremy Sochan, who starts for the San Antonio Spurs.


Baylor: The Bears failed to score at least 80 points for only the second time this season. Their previous low was a 71-51 victory over Oregon on Dec. 3. Baylor entered among the top 10 offenses at 90.3 points per game and was second nationally at 24.3 assists.

Miami: The Hurricanes were held to their lowest output of the season in suffering their first loss. Miami’s previous low came in a 61-57 home victory over Southern on Nov. 17.

December 16, 2023