https://gofrogs.com/news/2021/1/26/womens-basketball-tcu-downed-by-no-9-ranked-baylor.aspx GoFrogs: TCU Downed by No. 9-Ranked Baylor FINAL STATS (PDF) WACO, Texas – The TCU Horned Frogs dropped a Big 12 Conference road contest to the No. 9-ranked Baylor Lady Bears, falling 82-49 Tuesday evening at the Ferrell Center. TURNING POINT Baylor opened the contest 6-of-6 from the field and backed a 76.9 (10-of-13) shooting effort with a 10-point lead heading into the second quarter. TCU held the Lady Bears within three points over the course of the second quarter, but a 13-point halftime deficit proved too much to overcome. FROG FACTS • TCU started a line-up of Caroline Germond, Aahliyah Jackson, Tavy Diggs, Lauren Heard and Michelle Berry for the for the first time this season. • TCU fell to 5-41 all-time against Baylor, including a 2-20 mark against the Lady Bears in Waco. • TCU had 11 different players see game action on Tuesday, marking the most players in a game for the Frogs since 11 players saw action against Oral Roberts back on Dec. 22. • Lauren Heard led the Frogs with 14 points, scoring 10+ for the 13th time in 14 games this season. She has scored 10+ in 55 of 114 career games played. • Heard led the team with nine rebounds, one rebound shy of a double-double. She also dished out a team-best four assists and had a team-high three steals. • Heard now has 1,312 career points, moving past Jill Sutton (1999-2001) for 11th-place all-time on the all-time career scoring list. She is 12 points away from tying Amy Okonkwo (2016-19) who had 1,324 points in her career. • Heard also moved up the all-time career leaders list in free throws made, becoming just the third Horned Frog in history to drain 400+ free throws. She ranks No. 3 all-time with 402 free throws made. • Michelle Berry totaled double-digits for a third straight game, collecting 12 points in the contest. • Aaliyah Morgan saw her first action since Dec. 9, against Lamar. She finished the contest with an assist in six minutes of action. UP NEXT The Horned Frogs (7-7, 2-7) is back at home this Saturday, Jan. 30, hosting the West Virginia Mountaineers. Tip-off is set for 1 p.m. inside Schollmaier Arena and the contest will be televised live on Big 12 Now on ESPN+.