NORMAN – – 33 points scored by Sophomore Garda Ana Llanusa, but the Kansas State dropped 14 3 points because of the Wildcats defeated the Sooners, 83-75, on Sunday within the Lloyd Noble Center.
14-point K-State (15-9, 6-6 Big 12) 14 3 sets the record of Lloyd Noble Center for opponent. Rachel Ranke struck eight of the 3 heads on the Wildcats to guide four K-States players in double figures. Ranke's eight ranges were the largest against the Moon in a home game.
Llanusa finished with 33 highlights points for the Sooners (5-17, 1-10 Big 12), two shy to match his high career. The sophomore was 10 out of 20 out of the field and hit five points, and set 8 for 9 at the line.
There are 33 points of Llanusa tied for the 17th largest at Earlier in one game in the history of the program. The sophomore's 33 points are tied for the eighth most scoring at the Earlier Competition in the Big 12 Competition. The Choctaw, Okla., Nathana, kept his career with high stole. Tatum Veitenheimer put nine points and four points off the bench in 27 minutes of action.
Jessie Murcer and Madi Williams modernized into 10 points. Murcer was 2 out of 3 from 4 to 7 deep and finished out of the field to accompany two help. Williams scored in double figures for the 15th time this season and introduced five rebounds.
The Odimgbe Ijeoma Log on eight high quality quotes, and Gileysa Penzo gave the five to a couple help out of the bench.
The class goal stages .455 were prepared, but K-State completed 14-28 (.500) off the arcade. OU won the reproduction battle, 38-31, 17 were recorded and finished with .810 (17-to-21) at the fancy line.
K-State took advantage of the previous 26 recoveries by scoring 21 points from OU miscues.
Gill Kayla Goth double double with 13 points and 12 help, the biggest player in Lloyd Noble's history is. Goth 3-out-8 was from the floor, but 6-in-8 finished at the fancy line. Christianna Carr made 15 points on 6-a-9 shooting, and Peyton Williams recorded 13 points and 10 rebounds.
OU returns on Wednesday's action against Kansas with a final settlement for 7 p.m. CT inside of Lloyd Noble Center. Tickets are available here. The Fox Sports Oklahoma TV game will be.
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