Texas Women’s Basketball falls to No. 7 Baylor

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Texas guard Empress Davenport receives a foul after Baylor play Odyssey Sims falls to the ground. (Photo: Courtesy The Daily Texan).

Texas guard Empress Davenport receives a foul after Baylor play Odyssey Sims falls to the ground. (Photo: Courtesy The Daily Texan).

Texas Women's Basketball was overwhelmed by No. 7 Baylor on Sunday afternoon, falling 72-56 at the Erwin Center. The loss, which marked the Longhorn's first home conference loss of the season, came on the heels of 26 turnovers and only 50% shooting at the free throw line.

"It was a tough day for us. I thought we were uncharacteristically frantic offensively," Texas head coach Karen Aston said following the loss. "We looked a little bit like we did early in the year... Give credit to Baylor that they force you to hurry and be a little frantic from their defense."

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The Bears won the game in the paint, outscoring Texas 34-26 in the lane. The game was
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