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  Oklahoma Team Notes

Oklahoma's season ended with a 24-11 record and a third Sweet 16 appearance in the last five seasons.

Oklahoma's all-time record in the NCAA Tournament dropped to 30-16. The Sooners fell to 3-7 in the regional semifinal round.

Oklahoma was behind 44-27 at the intermission and fell to 5-11 when tied or trailing at halftime. The Sooners were 19-0 when leading at halftime.

The Sooners' 59 total points were its fewest this season. It was Oklahoma's first time scoring fewer than 60 points since losing 73-55 to Connecticut on Feb. 13, 2012.
 
  Oklahoma Individual Notes

Sophomore G Sharane Campbell
Campbell scored a game-high 22 points, two shy of her career high.
Campbell totaled 56 in three NCAA Tournament games (18.7 points per game).
 
Junior G Aaryn Ellenberg
With two 3-pointers made, Ellenberg extended her Oklahoma single-season (115) and career records (284).
Ellenberg blocked her 12th shot in her last 22 games after rejecting just three over the first 82 games of her career.
 
Senior G Jasmine Hartman
The senior guard's career ends as Oklahoma's career leader in games played. Hartman played in her 143rd game (28 starts) as a Sooner Sunday. Danielle Robinson (2007-10) was the previous record holder with 141 games played.
 
Junior G Morgan Hook
OU's starting point guard suffered concussion-like symptoms on a tripping foul committed by Tennessee's Meighan Simmons with 10:49 remaining in the first half and sat out the remainder of the game.
 
Senior F Joanna McFarland
McFarland totaled her 13th double-double of the season. McFarland finished the year nine or more rebounds in 27 of 35 games and double-digit rebounding totals in 22 of the final 27.
McFarland finished her career with 910 rebounds, ranking sixth on Oklahoma's all-time charts. McFarland's 369 rebounds in 2012-13 ranked as the seventh best single season by a Sooner.
With 16 points and 14 rebounds Sunday, McFarland totaled 54 points (18 per game) and 47 rebounds (15.7 per game) in three 2013 NCAA Tournament games.