Cowgirls Set For Road Tilt Against Texas

Toni Young


Toni Young

Jan. 11, 2013

No. 21/18 Oklahoma State Cowgirls
12-2 overall; 1-2 Big 12
vs.
Texas Longhorns
 7-7 overall; 0-3 Big 12

Game 15
Sunday :: Jan. 13, 2013 :: 11:30 a.m. CST
Austin, Texas
Erwin Events Center (16,540)

What 2 Watch 4
• Oklahoma State’s women’s basketball team will resume play on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. when it travels to Austin, Texas to face the Texas Longhorns.
• The contest will be televised by FSN with Bob Licht and Dan Hughes calling the action.
• OSU is coming off its first Big 12 win of the year, a 76-59 triumph over No. 17 Kansas. Texas is seeking its first Big 12 victory this season and is coming off a midweek loss at West Virginia.
• OSU has won 22 consecutive games in which four players have scored in double figures. OSU has achieved the feat in 11 of its 12 wins this season.
• The Cowgirls have three of the league’s top 10 free-throw shooters in Liz Donohoe (1st), Lindsey Keller (6th) and Tiffany Bias (10th).
• The Cowgirls are currently ranked in the top 10 in six of the 18 NCAA statistical categories.
• OSU currently ranks third in the country in scoring offense at 82.6 points per game and fourth in assists per game at 19.1 per contest.
 • The Cowgirls have assisted on 267 of their 443 field goals (60 percent) thus far.
 • OSU checked in at No. 62 in the first set of NCAA RPI rankings released on Monday.

Know The Foe
•  Texas has lost five in a row after its 53-49 loss at West Virginia on Jan. 9.
•  Chassidy Fussell paces UT in scoring at 16.6 points per game and is sixth among Big 12 players.
•  Nneka Enemkpali checks in at 14.4 points per game and is tops in the Big 12 with her 10.6 rebounds per game.
•  The Longhorns lead the Big 12 in rebounding margin (+13.1)

OSU vs. Texas — The Series
•  Texas leads the overall series by a 25-11 count, but OSU has won eight of the last 13.
•  The two squads have split the season series each of the past five years.
•  OSU is 3-14 all time in Austin with its last win coming on Feb. 18, 2009.

Kansas Leftovers
• The victory was OSU’s third over a Top 25 team under the direction of head coach Jim Littell.
Tiffany Bias played 40 minutes for the third time in the last four games.
Brittney Martin recorded her second career double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds.
Liz Donohoe finished 8-for-8 from the free-throw line and has now made 31 in a row from the charity stripe. (Don’t tell her. It might jinx the no-hitter!)


 

 

The Last Meeting
Oklahoma State53
Texas69
February 11, 2012
Austin, Texas
Cowgirls Fall at Texas, 69-53
Oklahoma State's women's basketball team suffered a 69-53 loss to Texas on Saturday night in front of 4,000 fans inside the Erwin Events Center.

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