Women's College Basketball: Baylor coach Mulkey gets No. 300

Connecticut's Caroline Doty , a Germantown Academy graduate, scored nine points in her first game back.
Connecticut's Caroline Doty , a Germantown Academy graduate, scored nine points in her first game back. (JESSICA HILL / Associated Press)
Posted: November 14, 2011

Baylor coach Kim Mulkey downplayed her 300th career win.

"That's a reflection of the kids you coach. . . . It's just wins for our program," Mulkey said after her Baylor team dominated 1-1 Chattanooga, 91-31, on Sunday in Waco, Texas. No. 1-ranked Baylor (2-0) was led by unanimous all-America selection Brittney Griner, who scored 19 points in 22 minutes.

Notre Dame 99, Indiana State 34 - Kayla McBride scored 16 points, and the No. 2 Irish (2-0) placed six players in double figures in a victory over the Sycamores (1-1) in the Preseason Women's National Invitation Tournament in South Bend, Ind.

Tennessee 89, Pepperdine 57 - Vols coach Pat Summitt accepted the Mildred "Babe" Didrikson Zaharias Courage Award before tipoff, then No. 3 Tennessee (1-0) used 20 fast-break points and sank eight of their 10 three-point baskets in the second half to pull away from the Waves (0-1) in Knoxville, Tenn.

Connecticut 77, Holy Cross 37 - The No. 4 Huskies (1-0) opened their season with a rout of the Crusaders (0-2) in Storrs, Conn.

UConn's Caroline Doty, a Germantown Academy graduate who sat out last season with her third major knee injury, scored nine points and played 22 minutes in her first game back since the 2010 national championship game.

In the area: Saint Joseph's topped Lehigh, 66-48, in the Hawks' home opener at Hagan Arena. Senior guard Katie Kuester (Notre Dame Academy) led St. Joe's with 14 points. . . . Christine Wooding had 23 points and 18 rebounds to lead Philadelphia University (2-0) over visiting St. Thomas Aquinas (0-2), 60-53.

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