1st
2nd
F
 Cameron
7
16
23
 Oklahoma
35
50
85
 
 Stats Comparison
OU
CU
 Points
85
23
 FG Made-Attempted
30-70
9-49
 FG Percentage
.429
.184
 3P Made-Attempted
6-21
2-13
 3P Percentage
.286
.154
 FT Made-Attempted
19-23
3-7
 FT Percentage
.826
.429
 Rebounds
45
39
 Assists
18
7
 Turnovers
20
43
 Blocks
8
2
 Steals
25
3
 
 OU Stat Leaders CU 
 Robinson
20
Points
8
Stewart
 McFarland
7
Rebounds
6
Stewart
 Hartman
6
Assists
3
Allredge
 2 players
4
Steals
2
Kauk
 2 players
2
Blocks
1
2 players
 
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NORMAN, Okla. -- Danielle Robinson scored 20 points in 22 minutes to lead Oklahoma (No. 10 AP, No. 9 Coaches) to an 85-23 exhibition victory over Cameron Wednesday at the Lloyd Noble Center.

"Once again I was really proud with our kids' effort," OU head coach Sherri Coale said. "They played extremely hard for all 40 minutes. For everybody who went in, for whatever the situation was when they went in the game, I really liked our effort."

The Sooners' defense stifled the NCAA Division II Lady Aggies, who turned over the ball 43 times, and tied-up possessions on numerous occasions.

"It's really hard to get six new players to buy into that this early in the season and I think the credit for the fact that they have belongs to the seniors and Whitney (Hand), as a captain, as well, in demanding them and expecting it from them on a daily basis. I love that."

OU jumped out with 11-0 runs to start both periods with Robinson leading the charge. The preseason All-American went 8-for-12 from the field.

Freshman Aaryn Ellenberg added 12 points with 10 coming in the second half as she worked at both the point and shooting guard positions.

"(Aaryn's) speed is something that you want in the backcourt and her ability to get a shot off is extremely quick," Robinson said. "I think that she is above what a freshman player is already. I'm excited about what she can do this season."

Morgan Hook, Joanna McFarland and Lauren Willis made up the remaining Sooners scoring in double figures with 10 points apiece.

Josie Stewart, the 2010 Lone Star Conference Newcomer of the Year, led Cameron with eight points.

The Sooners ended the preseason with a spotless record and head to Wisconsin for Saturday's regular season opener against the UW-Milwaukee Lady Panthers.