Here’s All The Streaks UT Women’s BBall Snapped vs. Baylor

Karen Aston and the Texas Longhorns Women’s Basketball Team affected so many streaks on Monday night.

The Longhorns’ 85-79 victory over the #2-ranked Baylor Bears gave Karen Aston her first victory over the Bears. It also extended Texas’ winning streak to 17 games, while giving the Horns confidence that they can hang with top women’s teams.

Earlier in the year, Texas lost to top-ranked teams South Carolina, Mississippi State, Stanford, and UConn. But, Texas decided the UConn game was enough. They have not lost since then.

There are some big tests looming, including yet another top-ranked non-conference opponent, Florida State. But, after the Longhorns and Karen Aston finally beat Baylor, it’s time to look at all the streaks that were snapped or extended in this game.

Texas Basketball Breaks or Extends Several Streaks

– The Texas Longhorns have now won 17 in a row after beating Baylor.

– Texas is 13-0 in the Big 12 conference for the first time. It’s their first 13-game winning streak at any point during a Big 12 season.

– The Longhorns ended a 14-game losing streak against the Bears.

– Karen Aston won for the first time in 13 tries against Baylor since taking over as Texas head coach in 2012

– Texas ended Baylor’s 54-game home winning streak at the Ferrell Center in Waco.

– The Baylor Bears lost their 29-game conference winning streak.

– A Baylor opponent shot better than 50 percent on field goals for the first time in 97 games.

– Baylor was outrebounded by an opponent for the first time this season. (Austin American-Statesman)

– Circling back to UConn, the Longhorns now hold the second-longest active winning streak in women’s basketball behind the Huskies. (TexasSports.com)

That’s a lot of streaks in play for Texas Basketball. Now, Karen Aston and the Longhorns have to re-focus on their next game this Saturday at home against Kansas. After that, it’s Florida St., Oklahoma, and Baylor at home in The Rematch.

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