Feb. 2, 2009
• Oklahoma defeated Tennessee for the first team in four meetings and tonight marked the first time the Sooners were ranked higher than the Lady Vols.
• Oklahoma is now 4-5 against defending national champion teams.
• The Sooners improve to 8-2 against top 25 teams this year.
• The Sooners are 15-12 all-time on ESPN2.
• Four Sooners have scored in double figures for the 18th time this season--Whitney Hand with 20, Ashley Paris with 19, Danielle Robinson with 17 and Nyeshia Stevenson with 11.
• The Sooners shot 63 percent in the second half shooting 17-of-27 and finished the game at 53 percent, the 12th time this season they have shot better than 50 percent this season.
• The Sooners finished 5-of-10 from 3-point range marking the third time this season they finished 50 percent or better from beyond the arc.
• Oklahoma went on a 23-3 run lasting 5:19 at the end of the first half.
• With nine points and 12 rebounds, Paris’ double-double streak ended at 112 consecutive games. The streak began with a 22-point, 24 rebound effort versus UCLA on Dec. 5, 2005 and ended after 1.159 days with nine points and 12 rebounds.
• Paris has collected at least one block in 33 consecutive games.
• Robinson’s 12 assists is tied for eighth place all-time at OU for a single game. The total was the most by a Sooner since Dionnah Jackson had 16 versus Texas A&M on Jan. 22, 2005.
•The 12 assists was a career best for Robinson and the most assists by an OU player vs. Tennessee since 2003 when Dionnah Jackson had seven.
• The 12 assists by Robinson is the fifth time she has recorded 10 or more assist in her career, an OU record for most double-digit assist games.
•Robinson collected her third double-double this season with 17 points and 12 assists.
• Hand was the leading scorer, matching a career best 20 points shooting 8-of-9 from the field and 4-of-5 from beyond the arc.
• Hand was the only player on either team to play the entire 40 minutes of the game.
• Paris was the second leading scorer tonight with 19 points, shooting 7-of-10 from the field and 5-of-5 from the free throw line.
• Paris has scored in double figures in 19 of 21 games this season.