Kansas State pulled off a major upset Sunday, downing No. 10 Baylor 68-59 and defeating the Bears for the first time since 2004.
That's a wrap!Wildcats knock off Baylor for the first time since Jan. 27, 2004#KStateWBB x #BeKStateGr8 pic.twitter.com/2vSNoOFdJQ— K-State Women's Basketball (@KStateWBB) January 2, 2022
That's a wrap!Wildcats knock off Baylor for the first time since Jan. 27, 2004#KStateWBB x #BeKStateGr8 pic.twitter.com/2vSNoOFdJQ
Holding Baylor to 38.9 percent shooting from the floor and 30 percent from deep, Kansas State stifled the Bears from the jump, leading 29-21 at the half.
Ayoka Lee spearheaded the charge for Kansas State after the break, scoring 19 points in the third quarter alone. The junior finished Sunday’s game with an impressive 32 points, 10 rebounds and three steals for the Wildcats.
Serena Sundell was the only other Kansas State player in double digits with 10 points, six assists and one rebound.
Sunday’s upset marks Kansas State’s first top-10 win of the season, improving the Wildcats to 11-2, while Baylor falls to 10-3.