UK set a new school record for the least points allowed. The previous record was 25, which happened on two separate occasions (1974 vs. Lexington Merchants and 2011 vs. Jacksonville State).
UK held Alcorn State to 11 points in the first half, marking the lowest total since holding Charleston Southern to a school-record low of nine points in the opening stanza on Dec. 10, 2004.
This marks the sixth time Kentucky has held its opponent to 20 or less points in the first half this season.
Alcorn State went without a field goal for the final 15:55 minutes of the first half.
The 67-point win margin is the largest of the season and the fifth-largest in school history.
UK held Alcorn State to season lows of seven made field goals and 20 percent shooting from the floor.
In the first half the Cats held the Braves to season lows of field goals made (2) and percentage (2-15, 13.3).
UK hit 50.8 percent from the field and is now 19-0 when shooting 50 percent or better in the Mitchell era.
Kentucky is now 17-0 when scoring 90 or more points under Mitchell.
UK outscored Alcorn State 20-2 from 15:04 to the 8:23 mark in the first half to extend its lead to 25-5.
UK won the turnover battle 36-16 and is 104-27 under Mitchell when committing fewer turnovers than its opponent.
The Wildcats extended their streak of consecutive games with a triple to 304.
Kentucky has forced double-digit miscues in 129 consecutive games.
The Cats are 96-33 during that span.
UK has forced 20-plus turnovers in all 12 games this season and in 41 of their last 47 games dating back to the start of last season.
UK won the rebounding battle 43-19, its fourth double-digit rebounding margin this season.
Junior Samarie Walker recorded her fourth double-double of the year and second straight with a career-high 21 points to go with a season-best 14 rebounds, including a personal-best 10 offensive boards.
She posted a career-high five steals and tied a career-best with three blocks.
Senior A'dia Mathies scored 14 points and is now tied for No. 6 (Pam Browning, 1974-78) on the UK's all-time scoring list with 1,598 career points. She needs three more to move up to No. 4.
Mathies has reached double figures 10 times this season.
With four made field goals she moved to No. 9 on the all-time list with 563, passing Samantha Mahoney (2005-08).
Was 5-of-7 from the charity stripe and now moves to No. 4 all-time in free throws attempted, climbing past Tiffany Wait (1996-00).
Is one steal shy from tying Leslie Nichols (278 – 1982-86) for No. 3 on UK's all-time steals charts.
Junior DeNesha Stallworth tallied her third double-double of the season with 10 points, 10 rebounds and had a UK career-high seven assists.
Has reached double figures on 10 occasions this season, including nine straight contests.
Sophomore Bria Goss recorded a season-high 18 points on 7-of-10 shooting from the floor.
Redshirt sophomore Jennifer O'Neill tied a season high with 13 points, including 5-of-7 shooting from the field.