Feb. 9, 2008
Final Stats |
The 82-66 victory marks 23 straight victories versus Big 12 North Division teams.
OU has played three games in February. This month the Paris twins have averaged 44 points and 22.3 rebounds.
The Sooners outscored the Buffaloes 50-22 in the paint.
Oklahoma scored 26 points off Colorado's 20 turnovers.
Ashley Paris reached double-digit scoring figures for the seventh straight game. It is the longest streak of its kind in her career. Prior to this season, Paris had no more than two consecutive games in double-figure scoring.
Paris blocked two shots to match Cisti Greenwalt (121 games, 2002-05) as the Big 12 Conference's all-time blocks leader. Paris entered the game, the 90th of her career, with 298, two behind Greenwalt's 300.
Courtney Paris scored 30 points to pass Stacey Dales (1998-2002) for fourth on OU's career scoring list. Dales scored 1,920 points in her career. Paris now has 1,926 career points. Third on the list is LaNeisha Caufield (1999-2002), who amassed 2,125 total points in her career.
Paris recorded her 82nd consecutive double-double on the day her streak, which started Dec. 5, 2005, turned 800 days old. It was the 87th career double-double for Paris, who was playing her 90th collegiate game.
Paris' 30 points were a season high and the 12th game in her career scoring 30 or more points.
Stevenson recorded three steals, tying her career single game high.
Stevenson knocked down seven field goals, breaking her previous single game high of six.