Brittney Griner led the Baylor Bears to two huge victories last week. On Feb. 18, Baylor rallied past Connecticut 76-70. With only four points at halftime, Griner led the second half comeback with 21 points in the half. After struggling in the first half, she ended the game with 25 points, nine rebounds, four assists and two blocks. Her 25 points moved her into eighth place on the women's career scoring list.
On Feb.23, Baylor defeated Texas 67-47. Bouncing back from a sluggish first half against Connecticut, Griner outscored Texas 20-16 by herself in the first half. With her 30 points in the game, she moved into fifth place on the women's career scoring list. With her five blocks in the game, she also became the first player in NCAA history to record 700 blocks.
Baylor has two games this week:
• Feb. 25 @ Oklahoma at 6 p.m. CT
• March 2 @ West Virginia at 6 p.m. CT
Elena Delle Donne and Delaware remained undefeated in conference play with two more victories this week. On Feb. 19, the Blue Hens routed George Mason 69-55. Delle Donne led the way with 31 points, nine rebounds, two blocks and two steals. It was Delle Donne's 33rd career 30-plus point game. The game was also the 33rd consecutive regular season victory for the Blue Hens.
On Feb. 24, the Blue Hens pulled out a win over James Madison 61-60. Delle Donne scored 19 of her 28 points in the decisive second half. Her six blocks in the game tied the all-time CAA record for blocks.
Delaware has two games this week:
• Feb. 28 @ Hofstra at 7 p.m. ET
• Feb. 17 vs. Drexel at 3:30 p.m. ET
Skylar Diggins and Notre Dame won their only contest this week. On Feb. 24, Diggins and the Fighting Irish dominated DePaul 84-56. With the victory Notre Dame remained undefeated in conference play. While leading the way for her team, Diggins registered her second career triple-double with 17 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. The win was the 20th consecutive victory for Notre Dame.
Notre Dame has two games this week:
• Feb. 26 vs. Syracuse at 7 p.m. ET
• March 2 @ Providence at 4 p.m. ET