UK began the second half with the same starting five that started the game.
The Wildcats led by as many as 65 points.
Bria Goss made 10 of her 12 free throws in the second half.
Kentucky shot 80 percent (16-of-20) from the free-throw line.
Kentucky scored 100-plus points for the fifth time this season and improved to 44-0 all-time and 12-0 in the Mitchell era when scoring 100 or more.
In eight of the 13 games this season, Kentucky has scored 96 or more points.
UK has hit a 3-pointer in 341 consecutive games.
Kentucky’s 63-point win marks the fourth win this season by 40 or more points and third by 60-plus.
UK held Grambling to just 28.8 percent (15-of-52) from the field and 21.4 percent (3-of-14) from 3-point range. It marks the third time this season UK has held its opponent to under 30 percent shooting.
The Wildcats outrebounded Grambling, 57-34. The Wildcats have outrebounded 10 of their 13 opponents this season and eight by double digits.
The 57 rebounds tied a season high.
UK forced 34 Lady Tiger turnovers, marking the third time this season the Wildcats have forced 30-plus turnovers.
UK is 28-1 under Mitchell when creating 30 or more turnovers.
Six Wildcats finished in double figures and all 10 Wildcats that suited up scored at least five points.
Kentucky outscored Grambling in the paint (62-22), off turnovers (47-15), second chance (26-9), fast break (10-0) and bench scoring (44-6).
Junior Bria Goss registered a career-high 23 points and season-high eight boards.
Marked her sixth double-digit outing of the season.
Was a perfect 12-of-12 from the free throw line, which tied a school record for free-throw percentage in a single game with at least 10 attempts.
The 12 made free throws were a career high and the 12 attempts tied a career best.
Her five offensive rebounds tied a career best.
Senior Kastine Evans finished with 11 points and a career-high two blocked shots.
She has scored 10-plus points in nine of the 13 games this season.
Her 12 field goal attempts tied a career high.
Sophomore Janee Thompson recorded her ninth double-digit scoring output of the season with 13 points.
She now has three straight games with 10 or more points.
Freshman Linnae Harper finished with 15 points and a career-high tying seven rebounds.
Her seven made field goals tied a career best, while her 14 attempts set a career high.
Tied a career high with two steals.
Freshman Makayla Epps tied a career high with 10 points to go with a career-high seven rebounds.
Her four offensive rebounds were a career high.
Her five made field goals were also a career high.
Senior Samarie Walker recorded her eighth double-digit scoring effort of the season with 11 points.
Junior Jennifer O’Neill dished out a season-high seven assists to go with a season-high four steals.