Jan. 20, 2008
Final Stats |
Oklahoma dominated under the basket early, scoring 10 of its first 12 points in the paint with Courtney Paris supplying eight of those before the first media timeout. OU scored half of its points in the stretch off second chances as it totaled five offensive rebounds to Baylor's three defensive boards.
Ashley Paris' missed free throw in the first minutes of the second half ended a streak of 23 consecutive free throws made by the Sooners -- the nation's 296th ranked team in free throw percentage entering the weekend.
Ashley and Courtney Paris both recorded double-doubles today, the seventh time both have done so in the same game. It was the 26th game the two have played where both have scored in double figures. Oklahoma was 6-0 when the Paris twins both achieve double-double and 23-3 when both score in double figures.
For the second consecutive game the Sooners have held their opponent to less than 10 points off of offensive rebounds. Oklahoma recorded 24 points off the offensive glass, while holding Baylor to seven.
Paris recorded her seventh career double-double and the first of the season.
Paris' eight offensive rebounds were a personal record.
Paris' five made free throws was a career high.
Paris matched her season best for points in a half with 16 in the first half today. Paris also scored 16 points in the first half against Arkansas State (Dec. 2, 2007) and the second half at Illinois (Dec. 5, 2007).
Paris' 28 points were a season high. In seven games versus Baylor, Paris has averaged 26.6 points .
With 16 points tonight, Robinson is averaging 17.5 points in Big 12 play.
Robinson attempted 22 field goals today, breaking her previous career high of 16 attempts in a single game, set Jan. 16 against Nebraska.