Postgame Notes

Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
MARCH 22, 2014

Oklahoma’s 100 points were the most scored by a losing team in an NCAA Tournament game in regulation time.

It was the Sooners’ first NCAA First Round loss since 2005. Oklahoma fell to 13-3 all-time in the NCAA First Round and 4-9 versus a higher seeded opponent.

Oklahoma finished its 2013-14 season with an 18-15 record.

Oklahoma’s 22 second-half field goals were its highest total of the season.

Oklahoma’s 95 percent free throw shooting (20-of-21) was its best of the year.

Oklahoma trailed DePaul 50-34 at halftime and by 19 points with 19:48 remaining in the second half and took a lead (78-77) with 8:51 remaining.

Sharane Campbell
Campbell collected her second double-double of the season with 22 points and 10 rebounds. Campbell was 9-for-9 from the free throw line.

Portia Durrett
Durrett’s 11 points were a season high. Her nine scored in the second half surpassed her previous season-high total of seven.

Durrett had a perfect shooting game. The senior was 5-for-5 from the field and made her lone free throw attempt.

Durrett accounted for all 11 of OU’s points from its bench. OU bench players other than Durrett were 0-for-7 from the field.

Aaryn Ellenberg
Ellenberg’s 36 points were one shy of her season and career high. The senior made seven 3-pointers and counted four steals, three assists and one block.

Aaryn Ellenberg finished her collegiate career with 2,328 points, second all-time at Oklahoma and seventh on the Big 12 Conference’s career scoring list.

Ellenberg made 375 3-pointers in her OU career, 10th all-time in NCAA history.

Kaylon Williams
Kaylon Williams made her second start of the season and 18th in her career. Her other start this season came in Oklahoma’s matchup with Duke on Dec. 8.



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