|Texas Tech (6-22, 0-17 Big 12) at Oklahoma (17-13, 8-9 Big 12)|
|Date & Time||Monday, March 3, 4 p.m. Central|
|Television|| FSN (via Sooner Sports TV)
Toby Rowland & Lyndsey Cloman
|Radio|| KOKC 1520 AM/KREF 1400 AM
Brian Brinkley & Colton Coale
|Online|| FOX Sports Go (download with iTunes) | SoonerSports.tv (replay)
|Senior Ceremony||Live on SoonerSports.tv following the game.|
|Buy Tickets||OU Athletics Ticket Office | 1-800-456-4668|
|Pregame Info||Game Notes (PDF)|
NORMAN, Okla. -- Due to inclement weather, Monday’s women’s basketball game at the University of Oklahoma has been rescheduled for 4 p.m. Central.
Oklahoma will host a Fan Appreciate Day with free admission to all.
Originally scheduled for 7 p.m., Oklahoma (17-13, 8-9 Big 12) and Texas Tech (6-22, 0-17) square off in the Big 12 regular season finale. The Sooners bid farewell to seniors Portia Durrett, Aaryn Ellenberg, Nicole Griffin and Morgan Hook playing their final game at the Lloyd Noble Center.
The game will remain televised live nationwide on FSN and broadcast on KOKC 1520 AM.
WHAT TO WATCH
• Oklahoma celebrates its senior night Monday, honoring the careers of four players -- Portia Durrett, Aaryn Ellenberg, Nicole Griffin and Morgan Hook -- and one student manager, Devin Wyatt, brother of freshman guard Derica Wyatt.
• Regardless of its result versus Texas Tech, Oklahoma will be the No. 6 seed for the Big 12 Championship. Iowa State owns a tiebreaker with Oklahoma if the two schools tie for fifth in the conference standings; Oklahoma owns the tiebreaker with TCU if those two teams finish sixth.
• Senior uard Aaryn Ellenberg (concussion) sat out OU’s wins versus Texas (Feb. 19) and Kansas (Feb. 22). The Sooners are 3-0 this season without Ellenberg (Samford, Dec. 29).
• Sharane Campbell became Oklahoma’s 30th player to reach 1,000 career points scored. It is the second time (2010) that the Sooners have had three players (Griffin, Hook) cross 1,000 in the same season.
• Only one other Big 12 team has had a lineup with four active 1,000-point scorers. Kansas State’s 2003-04 team with Laurie Koehn, Megan Mahoney, Nicole Ohlde and Kendra Wecker was the first. West Virginia had two teams with four 1,000-point scorers (in 1997-98 and 2007-08) before joining the conference.
• Oklahoma’s Aaryn Ellenberg passed Phylesha Whaley (2,187 points; 1997-2000) as the Sooners’ second leading career scorer and the Big 12 Conference’s eighth all-time on Feb. 13.
|Projected Starting Lineups|
5-10 | SR | Lowell, Ark.
5-8 | FR | Madrid, Spain
5-7 | SR | Las Vegas, Nev.
5-10 | FR (RS) | Bullard, Texas
6-1 | SO | Lantana, Texas
5-9 | JR | Albuquerque, N.M.
5-10 | JR | Spencer, Okla.
6-3 | SR | Haslet, Texas
6-6 | SR | Milwaukee, Wis.
6-3 | SR | Lubbock, Texas