Jan. 25, 2009

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• The 89-69 win by the Sooners ties the largest margin of victory against Texas. The last time Oklahoma beat Texas by 20 was Jan. 19, 2002 by the same score of 89-69.

• This is the 11th straight game Oklahoma has had four players score in double figures--Courtney Paris with 23 points, Ashley Paris with 10 points, Nyeshia Stevenson with 18 points and Danielle Robinson with 18 points.

• Oklahoma held Texas to a season low 27 rebounds.

• The Sooners held three Longhorn starters and four bench players below their average points per game.

• The Sooners had a season high 24 turnovers.

• Oklahoma extended their Big 12 record to 5-0 on the season to match Baylor for the lead in conference standings.

Courtney Paris
• Paris collected her 115th career double-double and 110th consecutive in the first half. This is the 34th time Paris has achieved a double-double in a half and the 15th time in the first half.

• Paris pulled down 21 rebounds making it the third time she has had 20 or more rebounds this season.

• This is the 10th game in her career Paris has collected 20 or more points and rebounds.

• The 21 rebounds by Paris is the most rebounds by an Oklahoma player against Texas. Paris had the previous high with 20.

• The past two games Paris has shot 87 percent from the floor making 20 of 23 field goals.

Danielle Robinson
• Robinson set an Oklahoma record of 30 consecutive free throws made passing LaNeisha Caufield who held the previous record with 29. Robinson was 6-for-7 from the line in the game, missing her third attempt.

Whitney Hand
• This is the 11th time Hand has made two or more 3-point field goals.

• Hand recorded a individual best five assists.

Nyeshia Stevenson
• Stevenson shot 4 -of- 6 from beyond the arc tieing her career best of four 3-point field goals made.

Ashley Paris
• Paris collected her 13th double-double this season with 10 points and 10 rebounds.