No. 19 OKLAHOMA 85, TULSA 68 it was a career day for Maddie manning as ou moved to 7-2 THIS SEASON with its fifth straight victory over tulsa.

Maddie Manning finished with a career-high 24 points on 8-of-13 shooting against Tulsa. She also led the Sooners with eight rebounds against the Golden Hurricane.

Manning also recorded three of OU's season-high 15 steals. The Sooners forced 21 Tulsa turnovers Sunday.

“It felt really good. It was good because I felt like our whole team was immersed in the game. Everybody came in and contributed in some way. Just getting that momentum going into the break and into the (Las Vegas) tournament is huge for us.” -- Maddie Manning
Peyton Little drives to the basket against Tulsa. The redshirt senior hit her first six shot attempts Sunday.

Peyton Little recorded 15 points, her 48th double-figure scoring game at Oklahoma. She needs just 110 points to become the 32nd Sooner to score 1,000 points at OU.

For the second straight game, Nancy Mulkey finished in double figures with 10 points on 5-of-11 shooting. The freshman added in three blocks and posted a career-best six rebounds.
Chelsea Dungee added in nine points and hit a 3-pointer for the fifth straight game. Dungee leads OU with a .500 shooting percentage from beyond the arc.

Over the last two games, OU's freshman duo of Chelsea Dungee have combined to score 65 points (32.5 per game). Dungee is averaging 7.8 points a game this year, while Mulkey leads OU with 1.8 blocks per contest.

LaNesia Williams poured in a season-high nine points off the bench, her best point total since scoring 14 vs. USF in 2014 as a freshman. Williams was 4-of-8 from the field and pulled down three rebounds.
Sophomore Ijeoma Odimgbe set a career high with three blocks, including this monster rejection in the first quarter. OU finished with seven blocks against the Golden Hurricane.
  • OU's bench scored a season-high 55 points, its most in a single game since finishing with 69 against Maryland-Eastern Shore on Dec. 15, 2013.
  • OU recorded a season-high 15 steals versus Tulsa, its most in a single game since finishing with 15 on the road last season at TCU (Jan. 6, 2015).
  • Peyton Little and Gabbi Ortiz combined for eight of OU’s 15 swipes. The Sooners forced 21 TU turnovers, marking the third time this season OU’s opponent finished with 20-plus turnovers.
  • The Sooners finished with a .484 shooting percentage (31-of-64) in the victory Sunday. OU has won 26 straight games when posting a higher field goal percentage than its opponent.
Fans at Sunday's game donated over 500 stuffed animals for OU's women's basketball's "Teddy Bear Toss" to benefit the United Way.
“I first of all want to thank the fans for participating in the Teddy Bear challenge. I heard there were over 500 teddy bears hitting the floor. I love that our fans are so coachable, you ask them to do something and they up and do it. We appreciate their participation so much." -- Sherri Coale

OKLAHOMA RETURNS TO ACTION IN LAS VEGAS FOR THE 2016 PUERTO RICO CLASSIC, DEC. 19-21. THE SOONERS WILL TAKE ON XAVIER, CALIFORNIA AND PORTLAND STATE DURING THE THREE-DAY TOURNAMENT.

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