Sharane Campbell scored 22 points, becoming Oklahoma’s 30th 1,000-point career scorer. Campbell is the third Sooner to cross the 1,000-point benchmark this season (Nicole Griffin, Morgan Hook).

Oklahoma is the second Big 12 team ever (Kansas State, 2003-04) with four 1,000-point scorers on its roster (Campbell, Aaryn Ellenberg, Griffin, Hook).

Oklahoma made zero of 11 3-point field goal attempts. It was the Sooners’ first 0-for game from beyond the arc since a 52-45 win at Kansas State on Jan. 12, 2011. It was Oklahoma’s worst 3-point performance since an 0-for-11 result in a 58-38 loss to Stanford at Maples Pavilion on Jan. 3, 2003.

The win was Sherri Coale’s 398th as head coach at Oklahoma. Coale’s 398 wins is the most by an active Division I coach with 20 or fewer years of his or her résumé.

Oklahoma was without leading scorer Aaryn Ellenberg (concussion) for the second straight game. The Sooners are 3-0 this year without Ellenberg (vs. Samford, Dec. 29).

Oklahoma has won 18 of its last 20 meetings with Kansas.

The win was just Oklahoma’s second this season when shooting a lower field goal percentage than its opponent. It’s first such win was Wednesday, Feb. 19, versus Texas.

Oklahoma outscored Kansas 23-0 on second-chance points. It was Oklahoma’s largest margin in second-chance points since a 30-4 margin scored against UC Riverside in an 88-57 on Nov. 15, 2008.

The Oklahoma and Kansas bench players combined for five points on 2-of-18 field goal shooting.

Nicole Griffin totaled 13 points and a career-high 14 rebounds for her fourth double-double of the season and fifth of her career.