And is it fun to play at that furious pace? Oh yeah, Donohoe said as her eyes lit up.
“We just kind of got into a flow,” Donohoe said. “We were having fun. (Bias) was distributing the ball to everybody, and everybody was scoring. If one person wasn't open, we passed to another and someone else scored.”
The victory was OSU's third consecutive by double digits since dropping its first two conference games. And Sunday's win showed how the Cowgirls have already progressed since a disappointing home loss to Texas Tech to open Big 12 play two weeks ago.
Hallie Christofferson led Iowa State with 14 points and 10 rebounds.
For the first time this season, Littell said, the Cowgirls played a complete 40 minutes.
“Even in the games that we had won,” Littell said, “we'd had stretches where there were seven or eight minutes where didn't score or we were fouling and sending somebody to the free-throw line.
“Success leads to success and we needed to learn how to play hard for that long.”