|West Virginia (20-3, 9-2 Big 12) at Oklahoma (15-9, 6-5 Big 12)|
|Date & Time||Thursday, Feb. 13, 6 p.m. Central|
|Television|| FOX Sports 1
Ron Thulin & Brenda VanLengen
|Radio|| KOKC 1520 AM/KREF 1400 AM
Brian Brinkley & Colton Coale
|Online|| FOX Sports Go (download with iTunes)
|Buy Tickets||OU Athletics Ticket Office | 1-800-456-4668|
|Pregame Info||Game Notes (PDF)|
What to Watch
• Oklahoma and West Virginia complete their regular season series in Norman Thursday, Feb. 13, at 6 p.m. Central. In Morgantown, W. Va., on Jan. 18, the Mountaineers defeated the Sooners 77-63.
• WVU made nine of its first 11 field goal attempts, with the misses blocked by Nicole Griffin, as they opened the game with a 25-8 lead. The Sooners managed to tie at 53-53 with 11:07 remaining, but then missed eight straight shots and finished the game 2-of-19 from the field.
• Sherri Coale sits four wins shy of career victory No. 400. Her 396 wins are the most by an active Div. 1 coach with 20 years or fewer on their résumé.
• Oklahoma’s Aaryn Ellenberg is the Sooners’ third leading career scorer and the Big 12 Conference’s 10th all-time. Ellenberg now has 2,172 career points and trails OU’s second leading scorer, Phylesha Whaley (2,187 points; 1997-2000), by 15.
• Sharane Campbell needs 42 points to become Oklahoma’s 30th player to reach 1,000 points scored in a career. If she reaches the benchmark this season, it will be just the second time (2010) that the Sooners have had three players cross 1,000 in the same season. It will also be the first time that OU has had four 1,000-point scorers in the same lineup (Ellenberg, Hook, Griffin).
|Projected Starting Lineups|
5-10 | SR | Lowell, Ark.
5-7 | JR | Norfolk, Va.
5-7 | SR | Las Vegas, Nev.
6-1 | SO | New Haven, Conn.
5-9 | FR | Midwest City, Okla.
5-9 | SR | Charlotte, N.C.
5-10 | JR | Spencer, Okla.
6-1 | JR | Murray, Ky.
6-6 | SR | Milwaukee, Wis.
6-4 | SR | Randallstown, Md.