Baylor Lady Bears Basketball

The Baylor Lady Bears basketball team represents Baylor University in Waco, Texas, in NCAA Division I women's basketball competition. They currently compete in the Big 12 Conference. The team plays its home games in Ferrell Center and is currently coached by Kim Mulkey.

The Lady Bears are the current defending 2012 NCAA Division I National Champions in Women's College Basketball.

Notable players who have played for the Lady Bears include Sophia Young, Bernice Mosby, Suzie Snider-Eppers, and Brittney Griner.

Read more about Baylor Lady Bears Basketball:  Players Awards, National Honors and Awards, All-time Series Records Against Current & Former Big 12 Members, All-time Season Results (1974-Present)

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Baylor Lady Bears Basketball - All-time Season Results (1974-Present)
... Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason Baylor Bears (AIAW) 1974-1975 Olga Fallen 30-11 1975-1976 Olga Fallen 31-6 AIAW Playoffs 1976-1977 Olga Fallen 32-12 AIAW 5th Place ...

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