Jan. 30, 2008
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Oklahoma won its 10th straight game against Kansas and 21st consecutive versus an opponent from the Big 12's North Division.
OU's 17 first-half turnovers was a season high, topping the 15 first-half turnovers totaled against Tennessee (Nov. 15) and Arkansas State (Dec. 2). The 17 first-half turnovers were the most in a half by the Sooners since turning over 22 times in a 71-61 loss to George Washington in the first round of the 2003 NCAA Tournament (March 23).
The Sooners shot 82 percent from the free throw line making it the third consecutive game OU has shot 75 percent or above.
Oklahoma had four players reach double digits for the third consecutive game. It marks the twelfth time this season that four or more Sooners have reached double figures in a single game.
Paris recorded her 79th consecutive double-double. The junior has 84 double-doubles in 87 career games.
Roethlisberger had three steals in the first half, matching her previous single-game best.
Stevenson had three assists in the first half, surpassing her previous career single-game high of two. She finished the game with five.
Stevenson finished the game with 15 points, marking the first time in her career to lead the Sooners.
Thompson scored in double figures for the fifth time in the past six games (all in January). The only exclusion was a nine-point effort versus Baylor on Jan. 20.
Vining hit her first 3-point attempt of 2008, making her third field goal attempt of the game. Vining had missed 13 consecutive 3-point attempts dating back to the final field goal of the South Carolina game on Dec. 30, 2007.