says the Selection Committee.
After the final buzzer sounded on the Oklahoma women’s basketball team’s monumental 68-64 victory over No. 3 Baylor, coach Sherri Coale walked onto the Lloyd Noble Center court and let go of five years of frustration.
“That’s what I’m talking about!” Coale yelled near midcourt, pumping her fist repeatedly at the crowd.
Senior guard Sharane Campbell-Olds recorded team-highs with 15 points and nine rebounds, leading the Sooners to their first win over the Bears since the 2010 Big 12 Tournament.
The win not only broke the Bears’ 25 game winning streak, it opened the doors for three other teams vying for a #1 seed in the tourney: Tennessee, Maryland and Oregon State.
Still plenty of games to come, so write your brackets in pencil, y’all.