OU Women's Basketball News

imageSherri Coale and the Sooners invite you to participate in the 14th annual Fast Break Club Golf Tournament on Wednesday, June 15....Read more
Oklahoma women’s basketball’s Kaylon Williams will begin her professional career with the Los Angeles Sparks. Williams will participate in training camp with the two-time WNBA champions starting April...Read more
imageOklahoma's All-Big 12 forward Kaylon Williams will participate in training camp with the two-time WNBA champions starting April 24....Read more
imageOU coaches K.J. Kinder, Sherri Coale and Patty Gasso have been recognized among the 30 most influential women in college sports....Read more
imageThe Oklahoma women's basketball team honored its own at its annual postseason banquet Monday night inside Lloyd Noble Center....Read more
Oklahoma women's basketball signee Nancy Mulkey started at center for the East team in the 2016 McDonald's All-American Game Wednesday night in Chicago at the United Center. The East team fell 97-88 i...Read more
imageOklahoma women's basketball signee Nancy Mulkey started at center for the East team in the 2016 McDonald's All-American Game Wednesday in Chicago....Read more
Dales is a former Canadian basketball player and a current host on the NFL Network....Read more
The 2015-16 season ended for the Oklahoma women’s basketball team on Monday in Lexington, Ky Host Kentucky defeated the Lady Sooners in the second round of the NCAA Women’s Tournament. The Lady Wildcats, the No. 3 seed in the Lexington Region, broke open a close...Read more
By Nick Gray For The Oklahoman | LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Oklahoma coach Sherri Coale is not one to look forward to the next season while her team grieves over the end of the prior one. "You're sitting on the broken pieces of kids right now, and they're...Read more
imageThe season came to a close for the No. 24/23 OU women's basketball team with a 79-58 loss to No. 12/13 Kentucky on Monday night in Lexington, Ky....Read more
The Sooners fought poor shooting (26 percent in the first half) and foul trouble in falling behind...Read more
imageBy Nick Gray, For The Oklahoman | LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Senior forward Kaylon Williams stood outside of Oklahoma's locker room at Memorial Coliseum after Monday's game. Read more on NewsOK.com...Read more
Oklahoma's season came to an end Monday night with a 79-58 loss to No. 3 Kentucky in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Lexington, Kentucky....Read more
If the Oklahoma women can get past Kentucky today, even in Lexington, in the second round of the NCAA tournament's Lexington regional, they might not stop there....Read more
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- The Oklahoma women's basketball team picked a good time to match season highs in some important categories in their first round win on Saturday....Read more
imageBy Jason Kersey, Staff Writer | The Oklahoman's Jason Kersey previews the Oklahoma women's basketball team's matchup with Kentucky in the NCAA women's tournament No. Read more on NewsOK.com...Read more
imageBy Nick Gray, For The Oklahoman | LEXINGTON, Ky. -- The Oklahoma women's basketball team picked a good time to match season highs in some important categories in their first round win on Saturday. To begin with, OU's 13 blocks against Purdue were the most it...Read more
imageBy Nick Gray, For The Oklahoman | Oklahoma's biggest challenge on Monday will be containing Kentucky guard Makayla Epps, the All-SEC guard who is third in the conference in scoring (16.5) and fifth in the league in assists (4.5). Coach Sherri Coale said...Read more
imageA win Monday night against No. 3 seed Kentucky will give OU its first Sweet 16 appearance since 2013. The game will be televised on ESPN2....Read more
Not to be outdone by the No. 2-seed Sooner men, the Oklahoma women’s basketball squad defeated Purdue to advance to the next round in the NCAA Women’s Tournament. The Lady Sooners got a 20-point performance from sophomore Peyton Little and blocked 13 shots to...Read more
Sooners block 13 shots in victory...Read more
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Oklahoma wanted to become a new team upon arrival at its 17th straight NCAA tournament, yet the newest thing it offered Saturday may not have been what coach Sherri Coale and the Sooners had in mind....Read more
imageBy Nick Gray For The Oklahoman | LEXINGTON, Ky. - Oklahoma coach Sherri Coale predicted Purdue's backcourt would canceled out the Sooners' guards, and believed the Sooners had a post advantage. She could not have been more right. Oklahoma used 13...Read more
imageBy GARY B. GRAVES, AP Sports Writer | LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Oklahoma's goal to start the NCAA Tournament strong culminated in the Sooners having a block party at Purdue's expense. Peyton Little scored 20 points, Maddie Manning added 12 and No. Read more on...Read more

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