Oklahoma 69, Missouri 47 | Norman, Okla. | Feb. 12, 2011
Feb. 12, 2011
• Oklahoma had a season low 48 field goal attempts, but made 22 for a 46 percent shooting performance. OU was 4-for-11 (36 percent) from 3-point range.
• With Colorado the only remaining team from the division remaining, Oklahoma has held its Big 12 North opponents to 52.2 points per game with Iowa State’s 62 the highest opponent scoring total.
• OU next visits No. 2 Connecticut for ESPN2’s Big Monday at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn., on Feb. 14 at 6 p.m. Central. It will be the Sooners’ fifth matchup against a Top 10 team this season.
• Oklahoma’s post players (Jelena Cerina, Lyndsey Cloman, Nicole Griffin, Joanna McFarland and Jacqueline Jeffcoat) combined for 35 of OU’s 69 points. Before Saturday’s game, the quintet averaged 14.9 points.
• Missouri made just four of 24 (16.7 percent) 3-pointers, the second lowest by percentage this season for an Oklahoma opponent. Western Illinois shot 0-for-11 on Nov. 19, 2010.
• Oklahoma’s bench scored 20 or more points for the second consecutive game after averaging just 8.4 points through the team’s first nine conference games. OU’s bench accounted for 40 of the team’s 69 points (58 percent).
• Jasmine Hartman, who has averaged 1.5 assists as a Sooner, has 10 assists and just three turnovers in three career games against Missouri.
• Nicole Griffin made her first collegiate starting, playing at center. The freshman scored Oklahoma’s first three points of the game on a free throw and layup, and finished with seven points and three rebounds. She also recorded two steals and her first career assist.
• Griffin was 3-for-3 from the field, her seventh game with a perfect field goal percentage.
• Joanna McFarland matched her career high scoring, and led the game, with 14 points.
• Robinson scored five points, her lowest total since the final game of her freshman year -- a two-point effort against Notre Dame in the second round of the NCAA tournament. Robinson had not scored in single digits since Feb. 13, 2010, versus Colorado, when she scored a junior season-low nine points.