Feb. 28, 2009

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• With the win, Oklahoma earned a share of its sixth Big 12 regular-season title (2000, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2007 and 2009) and clinched the No. 1 seed for the Big 12 Championship in Oklahoma City.

• Oklahoma’s 12-0 run lasting from 1:20 remaining in the first half to 16:54 remaining in the second half, pushing the score from a 31-30 Oklahoma State lead to a 42-31 OU lead, was the Sooners 34th double-digit scoring run this season.

• Official attendance was 12,193, the second consecutive sellout for the Sooners and the fourth-largest crowd to watch an Oklahoma women’s basketball game at the Lloyd Noble Center.

Courtney Paris
• Paris recorded her fourth consecutive double-double, 25th of the season and 122nd of her career.

• Paris matched a season high in points (25). Her nine free throw makes and 15 free throws attempted were a season high.

• Paris scored in double digits for the 126th time in her career (128 games), passing  LaToya Thomas of Mississippi State (125 games, 1998-2002) for second most double-figure scoring games in NCAA Division I history.  Only Sophia Young of Baylor (2003-06), who scored 10 or more points in 130 of her 139 career games, has more.

• Paris has blocked at least one shot in 40 consecutive games.

Danielle Robinson
• Robinson has taken 24 charges in 28 games this season.

• Robinson’s 13 minutes were a career low.  The sophomore played two previous games counting just 19 minutes.

Jenny Vining
• Vining’s five 3-pointers made was a career high.  Vining’s 15 points was also a season high.

• Against Oklahoma State this season, Vining combined to shoot 9 for 15 from the field (all 3-pointers).

Ashley Paris
• Ashley Paris’ five assists were a career high.  Paris was credited with zero turnovers.

Jasmine Hartman
• Hartman’s 27 minutes were a career high, improving on two previous games in which she had played 17 minutes.

Amanda Thompson
• Thompson recorded a game-high four blocks, a season high and one shy of her career best.