• It was the first meeting between Oklahoma and Maryland Eastern Shore. The Sooners won 105-46. OU’s 59-point margin of victory matched its 10th largest ever.
• All Sooners on the active roster played, scored and grabbed at least one rebound in the game. Felisha Gibbs scored her first five points as a Sooner in the final four minutes.
• It was OU’s first 100-plus points game of the season. The last 100-plus game was a 100-61 defeat of Oregon in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Nov. 24, 2012.
• Oklahoma allowed just 15 points in the first half on UMES’ 5-for-33 (15.2 percent) shooting. The Sooners led at halftime 54-15.
• Oklahoma’s bench scored 69 points (66 percent of its total) as four reserves led the team in scoring -- Nicole Kornet (26), Kaylon Williams (14), Gioya Carter (11), Derica Wyatt (9).
• Oklahoma shot 50 percent from the field in each half, 18-of-36 and 17-of-34, respectively. It was the third game this season OU had a field goal shooting percentage of 50 percent or greater.
• Kornet scored a career-high 26 points in 21 minutes played.
• Kornet shot 8-of-11 overall, making all eight 2-point field goal attempts and three of six 3-point attempts. Kornet was 7-of-8 from the free throw line.
• Kornet also grabbed a career-high six steals (previous was two, four times) and matched a career high with seven rebounds.
• Carter scored 11 points, one shy of her career high, and carried a 9-for-9 free-throw shooting performance, the team’s best inidivdual performance since Danielle Robinson was 10-for-10 from the free throw line twice during the 2010-11 season.
• Hook counted eight assists to zero turnovers.
• Oklahoma senior guard Aaryn Ellenberg suffered a minor knee strain four minutes into the game and was held out for precautionary reasons. She finished with two points.