March 12, 2010
Oklahoma will meet Oklahoma State in Saturday’s semifinal game at 2:30 p.m.
The Sooners win versus Baylor gave OU its seventh win against a ranked opponent this season. OU is 7-9 in 2009-10 against the AP Top 25.
OU’s seven turnovers were a season low.
Oklahoma is 19-9 all-time in the Big 12 Championship; 7-3 in the second round; 5-1 in the semifinals; 4-1 in the championship game; and 7-7 all-time in the tournament in Kansas City.
Danielle Robinson broke a tie for 13th on OU’s career scoring list with Tami Rogers (1,353; 1987-90) by scoring 26 points in Friday’s game. Robinson trails Leah Rush (2004-07) by 48 points for 12th.
Robinson also broke a tie for seventh on OU’s all-time steals chart with two Saturday. Robinson has 207 steals in her career and trails Caton Hill (2000-04) by 10 for sixth place.
Robinson achieved her 79th double-figure scoring game as a Sooner, the ninth most ever.
Robinson had 26 total points in Friday’s game, matching her combined total points scored in her three previous Big 12 Championship games.
Robinson set new career highs with 12 field goals made and 24 field goal attempts.
With two 3-pointers, Nyeshia Stevenson matched Carin Stites (1991-92) for third most 3-point field goals made in a career by a Sooner with 151.
Amanda Thompson broke a tie for third on OU’s career offense rebounds list with Phylesha Whaley (313; 1997-2000), grabbing three Saturday. Thompson has 316 career offensive rebounds and needs 34 to match Ashley Paris for second all-time.