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How to watch OU at Baylor women’s basketball: Live stream, game time, lineups

Coach Kim Mulkey and Baylor haven't lost to OU at home since 2009. [Rod Aydelotte/Waco Tribune-Herald via AP]
Coach Kim Mulkey and Baylor haven't lost to OU at home since 2009. [Rod Aydelotte/Waco Tribune-Herald via AP]

OU at No. 9 Baylor

When: 7 p.m. Saturday

Where: Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas

Streaming: ESPN+

Radio: KOKC 1520 AM, KREF 99.3 FM/1400 AM

Three things to know

• The Sooners haven’t won in Waco since 2009. The Lady Bears lead the all-time series 30-26 and 14-10 in Waco.

• Taylor Robertson has hit a 3-pointer in 48 consecutive games. She hit a season-high 8 3-pointers in Tuesday’s narrow loss at Iowa State.

• OU is shooting 46.1% from the floor, ranking third in the Big 12. The Sooners lead the league with 39.1% 3-point shooting percentage.

PROJECTED STARTERS

Oklahoma (4-6, 1-4 Big 12)

Pos. — Player — Ht. — Cl. — Pts. — Reb.

F — Madi Williams — 6-0 — Jr. — 21.3 — 3.3

F — Mandy Simpson — 6-1 — Sr.. — 4.5 — 7.9

G — Taylor Robertson — 5-7 — Jr.. — 15.6 — 3.7

G — Gabby Gregory — 6-0 — So. — 16.2 — 4.7

G — Tatum Veitenheimer — 6-0 — Jr. — 2.7 — 3.2

Baylor (9-2, 4-1)

Pos. — Player — Ht. — Cl. — Pts. — Reb.

C — Queen Egbo — 6-3 — Jr.. — 11.6 — 7.1

F — NaLyssa Smith — 6-2 — Jr. — 17.1 — 10.0

G — Jordyn Oliver — 5-8 — So. — 4.8 — 3.3

G — Moon Ursin — 5-6 — Sr. — 10.4 — 5.5

G — Didi Richards — 6-1 — Sr. — 8.3 — 6.2*

*—Assists

Ryan Aber, Staff writer

Ryan Aber

Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The... Read more ›

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