The sophomore’s 3-point play with 16:46 left in the first half sparked Oklahoma State’s offense and from there the Cowgirls ran like a well-oiled, unstoppable machine that had it’s way with the Kansas defense en route to a 37-29 halftime lead.
“We pushed it about as much as we could,” OSU guard Tiffany Bias said. “They started getting back on us more because they were trying to stop us in transition. ... We really played together. They closed something down and something else was open. It was good for us to play all as one and we made some big plays when we needed to.”