By Clay Horning
The Norman Transcript
It may not have been everything coach Sherri Coale was looking for Sunday afternoon at Lloyd Noble Center, and still it was a big win over a good team coming a off a very disappointing loss a week earlier at UCLA.
The No. 18 Oklahoma women, despite giving up a bunch of offensive rebounds, not shooting their free throws particularly well, and getting another subpar game from All-American candidate and leading scorer Aaryn Ellenberg, still dispatched Creighton 80-52.
While no match for the Sooners, the Blue Jays remain a team that returned four starters from last season’s NCAA tournament squad.
Sharane Campbell was the best Sooner on the floor, hitting 10 of 14 shots on the way to 25 points and five rebounds. Center Nicole Griffin was next with 17 points on 5 of 6 shooting and 7 of 10 foul shooting. And senior point guard Morgan Hook was plenty steady, finishing with nine points, five assists and four rebounds against a single turnover.