(March 6, 2013) -- Brittney Griner was selected as the season's final Phillips 66 Big 12 Women's Basketball Player of the Week, as chosen by a media panel. Griner will end her career with a record 28 women's basketball weekly awards after earning nine this season.
Griner scored a Big 12-record 50 points in Baylor's victory over K-State on Monday. She also set a league record for field goals made with 21 and moved up to No. 2 on the NCAA's all-time scoring list with 3,123 career points. The senior center led Baylor to its second straight undefeated league record (18-0), a first for a Big 12 team. In addition, Baylor set a school record for field goal percentage (.698). Griner was 21-of-28 from the floor, 8-of-10 from the free throw line, and added six rebounds, two assists and two blocks in the winning effort. She recorded her 14th career dunk, extending her NCAA record.
In other Big 12 awards, Makenzie Robertson was one of 14 Baylor student-athletes named a recipient of the league’s Dr. Gerald Lage Award, the Conference's highest academic honor.
In order to be eligible for the accolade, student-athletes must have lettered at least once in their career while maintaining residence at their institution for at least one academic year. The honoree, which can only be recognized once, should have 100 hours of earned credit with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.80 at the time of the nomination.