Freshman Queen Egbo, Lady Bears roll to exhibition victory

Lady Bears guard Chloe Jackson (24) runs the floor as freshman forward Queen Egbo (25) looks on during Baylor's exhibition victory over Texas A&M-Commere on Thursday nigth at the Ferrell Center.

Newcomers showed off for home crowd in 127-61 victory over Texas A&M-Commerce.

Exhibition basketball season is little more than a chance for industrious fans to get familiar with their team’s new faces.

As such, invested Lady Bears fans have plenty of reasons to show up for these early-season outings as Baylor boasts the nation’s top freshman class.

That group lived up to its billing as the freshmen led the way in the Lady Bears’ 127-61 trouncing of Texas A&M-Commerce on Thursday night at the Ferrell Center.

Freshman forward Queen Egbo filled up the basket, going for a game-high 24 points and adding 6 assists, 9 rebounds and 2 steals.

Another one of the Lady Bears’ fab five freshman, guard Honesty Scott-Grayson, pitched in 16 points with 4 assists.

But it wasn’t just freshmen newcomers who showed out for the Baylor faithful. Graduate transfer Chloe Jackson, who came over from LSU, led the Lady Bears with seven assists and a pair of blocks.

Lady Bears senior center Kalani Brown did her thing, scoring 15 points and grabbing 7 rebounds in just 17 minutes of action. She and Brown led the charge as Baylor scored an amazing 84 points in the paint.

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