• Attendance for Saturday’s game was 8,521, a home season high for Oklahoma.
• The loss was Oklahoma State’s first on the road this season. Oklahoma has not lost to Oklahoma State in Norman since Feb. 7, 1998, a streak of 16 consecutive wins inside the Lloyd Noble Center.
• Oklahoma’s defense held Oklahoma State forward Liz Donohoe scoreless in the second half. Donohoe had 11 first-half points but was 0-for-5 from the field in the second half and fouled out with 52 seconds to play. OU leads the all-time series 56-37, including 31-11 in Norman.
• OU head coach Sherri Coale is five wins shy of career coaching win No. 400. With 395 wins, Coale has the most NCAA Division I coaching wins for an active coach with fewer than 20 years on her résumé. Coale’s 184 Big 12 Conference coaching wins are also tops.
• Oklahoma’s 81 points were the most scored against Oklahoma State this season. The Cowgirls entered the game with the Big 12 Conference’s top scoring defense, holding opponents to an average of 54.2 points.
• Four native Oklahomans contributed 47 of the Sooners’ 81 points (58 percent).
• Campbell scored a career-high 28 points, hitting eight of 13 field goal attempts and 11 of 11 free throws.
• Campbell made all 11 of her free throw attempts and has now made 21 consecutive dating back to a 2-for-3 performance at Iowa State on Jan. 21.
• A Northeast Academy alum and Spencer, Okla. native, Edwards set a career-high scoring in her first three minutes on the court when she scored two layups in her first stint spelling point guard Morgan Hook. Edwards finished with eight points (2-2 FG, 4-4 FT).
• Griffin became the 29th Sooner to reach 1,000 career points with her first field goal Sunday. Griffin joined senior guard Morgan Hook as the second Sooner to reach the 1,000-point benchmark this season.
• Griffin finished the game with 14 points, 10 rebounds and six blocks., her second double-double of the season and fourth of her career. Her six blocks were a season high.
• Senior guard Aaryn Ellenberg was honored pregame for becoming the sixth Sooner to reach 2,000 career points. In OU’s loss to Kansas State on Wednesday, Ellenberg passed former Sooner All-Americans LaNeisha Caufield and Danielle Robinson for fourth all-time at Oklahoma and 11th all-time in the Big 12 Conference career scoring charts.
• With 10 points, Ellenberg passed Molly McGuire (2,147; 1980-83) for third on OU’s career scoring list and matched former Iowa State Cyclone Angie Welle (2,149; 1999-2002) for 10th on the Big 12 Conference career scoring list.