Nov. 19, 2012
No. 21/22 Oklahoma State Cowgirls
3-0 overall; 0-0 Big 12
Texas-Pan American Broncs
Tuesday :: Nov. 20, 2012 :: 7:00 p.m. CST
Gallagher-Iba Arena (13,611)
What 2 Watch 4
Oklahoma State's women's basketball team will continue its six-game homestand at 7 p.m. on Tuesday when it hosts Texas-Pan American inside Gallagher-Iba Arena.
The Cowgirls have won 19 consecutive non-conference home games after Sunday's 101-49 win over Weber State.
The Cowgirls have also won 14 consecutive games in which four players have scored in double figures, including all three wins this season.
Toni Young is one block away from tying Sheila Hughes for second on the school's all-time list.
Dating back to last season, Liz Donohoe has made 27 of her last 28 free-throw attempts, including a 14-of-14 performance thus far this season.
OSU and UTPA--The Series
The two squads have met each of the past four years and six times overall.
The Cowgirls have won all six meetings after last year's 74-35 win in Stillwater.
The last five meetings have all taken place in Stillwater.
The first meeting occurred in 1991 and was the lone contest outside of Gallagher-Iba Arena, taking place at the UMKC Tournament in Kansas City.
Know The Foe
UTPA brings a 2-2 mark overall and a two-game winning streak to town after a pair of wins last week.
The Broncs come to town fresh off their second win of the season, a 100-63 victory over Texas A&M-Kingsville on Saturday.
Bianca Torre leads the squad with her 10 points per game, while Cassandra Moody is pulling a team-best 9.0 rebounds per game.
Weber State Leftovers
LaShawn Jones scored a career-high 18 points.
Five players reached double figures in the scoring column. All 10 players that suited up scored as well.
OSU's 101 points marked the first time the Cowgirl have hit the century mark since scoring 100 points against Mercer on Dec. 19, 2009.
Tiffany Bias logged six assists to move into sole possession of fifth place on the school's all-time list with 382.
The Cowgirls are 2-0 this season when radio color analyst Casey Kendrick calls the game in jeans.