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OU women's basketball: Aaryn Ellenberg, Morgan Hook among players Sooners lose

The Oklahoma women’s basketball team wrapped up a disappointing 18-15 campaign with Saturday’s 104-100 first-round loss to DePaul in the NCAA Tournament.
by Jason Kersey Published: March 24, 2014
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photo - Oklahoma's Aaryn Ellenberg, left, had 36 points, but DePaul defeated the Sooners 104-100 to eliminated OU from the NCAA Tournament. 
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Oklahoma's Aaryn Ellenberg, left, had 36 points, but DePaul defeated the Sooners 104-100 to eliminated OU from the NCAA Tournament. AP photo

F Felisha Gibbs: Only made six appearances as a true freshman, averaging 2 points in those games.

F Shaya Kellogg: Appeared in 23 games and averaged 1.2 points as a true freshman.

G Nicole Kornet: The team co-captain started 17 games as a sophomore this season, averaging 6.1 points and 3.8 rebounds.

G Peyton Little: The transfer from Texas A&M redshirted this season, but she should crack the starting lineup next year.

G Maddie Manning: The talented Ankeny, Iowa, product has seen her first two seasons on campus end with early ACL tears. She’ll be in the point guard mix next season.

F Kaylon Williams: The former Midwest City standout was constantly in foul trouble this season, but she started the DePaul game and scored 12 points. OU coaches still expect big things from Williams.

G Derica Wyatt: Made one start as a true freshman, but she only averaged around 11 minutes and 3 points per game.

WHO'S NEW

G Gabbi Ortiz: Rated a five-star prospect by ESPN.com’s HoopGurlz, the Racine, Wis., product could easily start at point guard from Day 1.

G Gileysa Penzo: The Montverde, Fla., product is a versatile combo guard.

G LaNesia Williams: A Northeast product, Williams actually committed to the Sooners last spring as a junior before Edwards did.

C Vionise Pierre-Louis: A 6-foot-3 prospect from Lake Worth, Fla., Pierre-Louis is an athletic low-post presence who could make a quick impact after Griffin’s departure.

by Jason Kersey
OU Sports Reporter
Jason Kersey became The Oklahoman's OU football beat writer in May 2012 after a year covering high school sports and OSU recruiting. Before joining the newspaper in November 2006 as a part-time results clerk, he covered high school football for...
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