Dec. 12, 2008
Oklahoma’s 54 first-half points were its most since scoring 64 against Central Arkansas on Dec. 20, 2007. Its 51 second-half points and 105 final were also the most since that game. The 105 points were the second most ever scored by an Oklahoma team away from the Lloyd Noble Center.
Nyeshia Stevenson’s 14 first-half points equaled her previous season high and set a career high for most in a single half.
Stevenson set a career high with a game-leading 23 points.
Courtney Paris recorded her 101st consecutive double-double and her 106th in 111 career games.
Ashley Paris recorded her seventh straight double-double and the eighth in nine games this season.
The Paris twins recorded double-doubles in the same game for the 19th time. OU is 14-5 when that occurs.
Jenny Vining made a 3-pointer for the third straight game, matching the longest such streak in her career. Vining also made 3-pointers in games against Texas A&M and Texas at the end of last year’s regular season and Missouri in the Big 12 Championship.
Carlee Roethlisberger set a career single-game high for 3-pointers made with two.
Danielle Robinson matched her career high with 10 assists.
Every active player on Oklahoma’s roster played for the third straight game.