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Bedlam basketball notebook: Cowgirls get key minutes from Kamri Anderson, LaShawn Jones

With OSU post Lindsey Keller missing her second consecutive game with a head injury and starting guard Brittney Martin in foul trouble against OU, Cowgirl coach Jim Littell needed to rely on two sparingly used reserves in Kamri Anderson and LaShawn Jones.
by Jason Kersey Published: February 23, 2013


Oklahoma has now lost three of its last four games, with two of those losses coming on the road.

The Sooners at least get a break when it comes to travel; Oklahoma's next two contests are at home before its regular-season finale March 4 at Texas Tech.

Monday at 6 p.m., OU faces No. 1 Baylor, which won the season's first meeting 82-65 on Jan. 26.

Then Saturday, the Sooners host Kansas at 7 p.m. OU lost 81-71 at Kansas on Feb. 17.


With her 19th point Saturday, OU's Aaryn Ellenberg passed the 500-point mark for the season.

The junior guard finished with a game-high 22 points. She's now only 57 points shy of passing Caton Hill (2000-04) and Jacquetta Hurley (1983-86) for seventh on Oklahoma's career scoring list.

Also Saturday, Ellenberg's three 3-pointers makes gave her 89 for the season. As a freshman in 2010-11, she set the school's single-season record for 3-pointers with 94.


Cowgirl senior Toni Young on winning her last regular-season Bedlam game: “It hasn't really hit me yet that this is my last Bedlam. I just wanted to come out and perform for my team. … I think as a whole, this may be one of the best memories I've had being here, because we came out and played as a family.”

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