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Plum again at center of Washington's success

Another night, another NCAA record for Kelsey Plum. In her final home game, the senior set the season-scoring mark to lead the Huskies to the Sweet 16.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

A historic night in Seattle saw Washington score a school NCAA tournament-record in a 108-82 blowout of Oklahoma to reach the Sweet 16 for the second year in a row. Kelsey Plum recorded her first career double-double (38 points and a career-high 11 assists) in her final home game, passing Jackie Stiles as the all-time single-season scoring leader in the process. The Huskies will face Mississippi State in the Oklahoma City regional.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Kelsey Plum leaves the court for the last time at home:

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Amazing but true: tonight is the first double-double of Kelsey Plum's career: 35 points and a career-high 11 assists.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Kelsey Plum's last score gives her 33 points, breaking her own Washington record for points in an NCAA tournament game.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Kelsey Plum scored 17 points in the third quarter as Washington outscored Oklahoma 30-14, taking an 84-61 lead to the final 10 minutes.

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Fourth foul on Washington guard Aarion McDonald, sending her to the bench with 16 points.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

It's the Kelsey Plum show again in Seattle. Plum has 24 points and eight assists and the Huskies have opened up a 69-54 lead over Oklahoma with 5:30 left in the third quarter.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington guard Kelsey Plum was already the all-time leading career scorer in NCAA women's basketball and now she's the single-season leader too, surpassing Jackie Stiles' 1,062 points from 2000-01 with her last score.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma guard Chelsea Dungee hit Kelsey Plum in the jaw as Plum set a screen. After review, officials call a flagrant one.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

With both teams shooting 50 percent from downtown, free throws and turnovers have separated the Huskies and Sooners. Oklahoma has seven turnovers to Washington's one and the Huskies have made 13 free throws to the Sooners' three.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

A high-scoring first half in Seattle ends with Washington leading Oklahoma 54-47. Kelsey Plum has 14 points and seven assists and has gotten plenty of scoring help with Aarion McDonald (13), Natalie Romeo (11) and Chantel Osahor (10) all in double-figures. Three Sooners have at least 10: Gioya Carter (15), Chelsea Dungee (12) and Peyton Little (10).

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

With two free throws, Kelsey Plum moved past Odyssey Sims into second in all-time NCAA single-season scoring (1,055) behind Jackie Stiles (1,062)

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A 13-0 run led by (who else?) Kelsey Plum gave the Huskies their biggest lead at 12. Plum had back-to-back 3s and assisted Natalie Romeo on another triple. Washington leads Oklahoma 43-34 with 4:18 left in the first half.

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Aarion McDonald got Washington started well with 13 early points. When she left with two fouls, Kelsey Plum got on the board with her first five. Chantel Osahor scores at the buzzer to make it 27-20 Huskies over Sooners after one quarter.

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Chantel Osahor scores a putback and also draws the second foul on Oklahoma center Vionise Pierre-Louis in the first quarter, sending her to the bench.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

On Saturday, Oklahoma started fast and Washington slow. Very different tonight: Huskies score the first seven points and Sherri Coale takes timeout just 98 seconds into the game.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Kelsey Plum warming up for tonight's Washington second-round NCAA tournament game against Oklahoma. Plum enters needing 21 points for the highest-scoring season in NCAA women's history.

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Washington, Oklahoma win to set up second-round date

Washington and Oklahoma are no strangers. And the Sooners know they can win in Seattle. So Mike Neighbors and the third-seeded Huskies expect to have their hands full in Monday's second round.

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OU starts hot, holds off Zags in opening round

Vionise Pierre-Louis had 17 points, nine rebounds and nine blocked shots and No. 6 seed Oklahoma used its early hot shooting to hold off 11th-seeded Gonzaga 75-62 in the first round of the NCAA T

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Oklahoma sees out a 75-62 win over Gonzaga to advance in the NCAA tournament. The Sooners will face the winner of Washington-Montana State, up next at Alaska Airlines Arena. Vionise Pierre-Louis had 17 points, nine rebounds and a career-high nine blocks for Oklahoma while Peyton Little scored 18. Laura Stockton led Gonzaga with 14 points.