No. 19 Oklahoma 92, UTRGV 59 The Sooners returned to their winning ways Thursday night as five OU players scored in double figures in a 33-point victory.

Vionise Pierre-Louis picked up her fourth double-double of the season with a 13-point, 10-rebound performance. The junior center finished 6-of-9 from the field and posted three blocks in the win over UTRGV.

The junior center leads OU with a .635 shooting percentage this season along with 9.5 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game.

Pierre-Louis moved into sole possession of seventh place in school history with 87 career blocks. She needs 13 more to move into sixth place.

Freshman guard Chelsea Dungee scored in double figures for the fourth consecutive game, finishing with a season-high 13 points. The Sapulpa, Okla., native was 5-of-8 from the field in 26 minutes of action.
Senior point guard T'ona Edwards filled the box score against UTRGV. She set or tied career highs in points scored (12), rebounds (6) and 3-pointers made (2).
Nancy Mulkey provided an immediate spark off the bench Thursday night, scoring eight of her 11 points during a pivotal stretch in the third quarter. Mulkey hit four straight shots on a 10-0 run by the Sooners.
Maddie Manning added in 12 points off the bench, knocking down 6-of-12 shots from the field. OU is 20-6 all-time when Manning scores 10-plus points in a game.


  • It was the most points scored in the paint for the Sooners since scoring 52 vs. Yale (Dec. 30, 2014)
  • Most bench points for OU in a regular season non-conference game since scoring 52 vs. Bradley (Nov. 21, 2014).
  • Scored their most points off turnovers since picking up 38 vs. Winthrop (Nov. 13, 2015).
  • Just the second time in her OU career that T'ona Edwards has scored in double figures in back-to-back games.
  • OU is 4-0 this year and has won 22 straight when its wins the rebounding and turnover margin. It is the Sooners' 24th straight win when have a better FG% than our opponent.
  • Thursday's game was the 29th time in the Coale era, in which OU shot least 50% from the field and the opponent posted a 30% or lower field goal percentage.
  • The Sooners finished with a season-best .545 shooting percentage and 92 points scored in the win.

The Sooners face in-state foe Tulsa on Sunday at 2 p.m. CT for their final home non-conference game this season.


Ty Russell

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