Manhattan - Baylor roared out to a 10-0 lead on their home court against Kansas State and never looked back as the Bears defeated the Wildcats, 71-48.
The Wildcats (8-10, 2-5 Big 12) were led in scoring by a career high in points by freshman Breanna Lewis with 16 while Brianna Craig had season high of 13. Team leaders in scoring Leticia Romero and Ashia Woods were held to a combined six points in the game.
13 has always been an unlucky number and that proved to be the case for K-State against Baylor. The Wildcats scored their 13th point of the ball game with 9:52 left to play in the first half and did not score again until their first bucket of the second half. In the end K-State was on the wrong end of a 29-0 run by the Bears.
K-State was out rebounded 40-31 and committed 21 turnovers, nine more than Baylor. The Wildcats were 4-24 from three for just 16.7 percent in the game.
The Wildcats return home to face Kansas Saturday at 1 p.m.