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Cowgirls chasing fourth straight win in South Point Shootout opener against Green Bay
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Cowgirls chasing fourth straight win in South Point Shootout opener against Green Bay

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Jim Littell (right) is two wins away from his 200th victory as OSU coach.

Oklahoma State (3-1) vs. Green Bay (2-2)

South Point Shootout

3 p.m. Friday, South Point Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada

Streaming: Flo Hoops, KGFY-105.5

Three storylines

Scoring D: The Cowgirls have held their opponents to 55 points or fewer in four consecutive games to open the season. OSU has rattled off such four-game streaks twice over the previous two seasons and ranks second among Big 12 teams in scoring defense so far in 2021-22, allowing 48.3 points per game.

Udoumoh’s breakout: Sophomore Ruthie Udoumoh recorded her first career basket in the Nov. 17 win over Missouri State, then followed it up with a career-best 12-point, four-rebound performance in Saturday’s 68-48 win at Rice. The forward from Broken Arrow played a career-high 13 minutes against the Owls.

Nearing 200: With OSU riding a three-game win streak, Jim Littell arrives to the South Point Shootout two victories away from his 200th win as the Cowgirls’ head coach. The 66-year old carries a record of 198-121 since taking over the program in 2011.

— Eli Lederman, Tulsa World


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OSU Sports Writer

I cover Oklahoma State athletics for the Tulsa World. I have previously worked for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Emporia Gazette in Kansas and the Columbia Missourian. I graduated from the University of Missouri in 2020 and am a native of Mamaroneck, NY.

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