Oklahoma Falls to Fresno State, 69-66

Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
DECEMBER 08, 2011

  1st 2nd F
 Oklahoma 38 28 66
 Fresno State 40 29 69

Box Score | Postgame Notes

 Stat Comparison OU CSF
 Points 66 69
 FG Made-Attempted 26-58 26-66
 FG Percentage 44.8% 39.4%
 3FG Made-Attempted 8-25 7-24
 3FG Percentage 32.0% 29.2%
 FT Made-Attempted 6-10 10-21
 FT Percentage 60.0% 47.6%
 Rebounds 41 36
 Turnovers 21 9
 Individual Leaders
 Stat  Oklahoma  Fresno State
 Points  Ellenberg (28)  Hill (20)
 Rebounds  McFarland (10)  Adams (8)
 Assists  Hand (7)  2 Players (5)
 Steals  Griffin (2)  Prahalis (3)
 Blocks  Griffin (3)  Adams (3)
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FRESNO, Calif. --Morgan Hook's final-second 3-point attempt off Whitney Hand's inbounds pass fell short as the clock expired and sent No. 24 Oklahoma (3-3) its third consecutive loss to Fresno State, 69-66, Thursday at the Save Mart Center.

The Sooners led by 7 with 10 minutes to play but then gave the ball away seven times as part of 21 total turnovers, with 15 coming from its starting trio of guards.

Aaryn Ellenberg tried single-handedly to keep the Sooners in the game in the first half, hitting six 3-pointers and totaling 20 points in 20 minutes.

Fresno State capitalized on mismatches, passing the ball in and around to find an open shooter or lane in which to drive.

Ki-Ki Moore, who sat out last year's matchup due to transfer rules, scored 21 points for the Bulldogs.



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