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December 14, 2013

No. 14 Oklahoma State women top South Florida

OKLAHOMA CITY — Liz Donohoe scored 18 points and pulled down eight rebounds as the No. 14 Oklahoma State women topped South Florida 75-56 in the All-College Classic at Chesapeake Energy Arena Saturday.

Donohoe scored five points in an early 9-0 run which gave OSU a 16-7 lead with 13:55 left in the first half and the Bulls would never get closer than six again. Oklahoma State, which has now started each of the last four seasons 8-0, twice led by as many as 23 points in the second half.

USF (5-4) hit 8 of 30 (26.7 percent) field goals, 2 of 12 (16.7 percent) 3-point shots and 3 of 7 (42.9 percent) free throws in the first half as the Cowgirls took a 38-21 advantage into the break.

Tiffany Bias scored 16 points and dished out seven assists. She moved into 11th on Oklahoma State's all-time scoring list at 1,255.

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