Head Coach Sherri Coale said there were many good things on the court for the Sooners on Wednesday night in their exhibition game of the season.
Oklahoma defeated the Southwestern Oklahoma State Bulldogs 111-73 in Norman on Wednesday.
Coale said there were three minute moments for the team, but the first five minutes of the second half of the game were painful. The girls were able to rebound from the slow second half start to continue on to power through the game.
The Sooners were ahead 29-20 at the end of the first quarter. Oklahoma dominated the first half, finishing before halftime, 59-34.
Redshirt junior guard Peyton Little accounted for 25 points for the Sooners on Wednesday, while the Bulldogs leading scorer accounted for 23 points.
The Sooners made 49-99 shots, 23-30 free throws and out-rebounded Southwestern 64-48.
The Sooners started preseason off strong as well, ranked 17 in the AP Poll and will return majority of production to the court this season.
Oklahoma will host Winthrop on November 13 in Norman for the beginning of regular season.