Post-Game Notes vs. Oklahoma
Dec. 22, 2005
Liz Shimek collected her 27th-career double-double with 25 points and 14 rebounds...the season-high 14 rebounds gives her 942 for career, which moves her into second place all-time at MSU, passing Kris Emerson...the 25 points gives her 1,400 for her career, which is just two points shy of passing Eileen Shea and putting her in sixth place all-time at MSU in scoring...Shimek also collected two blocks, giving her 91 for her career, which moves her into fourth-place in the MSU record books...Shimek, now averaging 21.7 ppg, has scored at least 24 points in seven games this season.
Victoria Lucas-Perry delivered her first career double-double with 15 points and a career-high 11 rebounds...the 15 points tied a season best (Maryland, Gonzaga)...Lucas-Perry's previous career-high in rebounds was 10, set last season vs. Indiana on Jan. 30...she also tied her career-high with three 3-pointers and hit a season-high six field goals.
Rene Haynes tied her season-high in points (13) and field goals (five)...Haynes netted 13 last game vs. Houston and hit for five field goals vs. Pepperdine and Houston.
Maggie Dwyer tied a season-high with five rebounds.
Oklahoma shot 14.3 percent (3-for-21) from 3-point range, a season low for a Spartan opponent this season...on the flip side, MSU shot a season-best 43.8 percent (7-for-16) from beyond the arc.
OU only shot 27.4 percent (20-for-73) from the floor, the second worst field-goal percentage by a Spartan opponent this season...Houston shot 25 percent on Dec. 17.
After committing a season-high 21 turnovers vs. Houston, the Spartans took care of the ball against the Sooners, committing a season-low 13 turnovers.
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