STILLWATER, Okla. -- Tiffany Bias scored 18 points, leading five Oklahoma State players in double figures, and the 16th-ranked Cowgirls cruised to an 83-30 win over Vermont on Sunday.
Brittney Martin and Toni Young had 14 points apiece, Kendra Suttles scored 11 and LaShawn Jones added 10 points for Oklahoma State, which has started 8-0 for the third straight season. The Cowgirls, playing for the first time in 10 days, completed a six-game run at home; they won those games by an average margin of 46.7 points.
Oklahoma State forced 32 turnovers and had 18 assists, led by Bias with five.
Vermont (3-8) did not have anyone score in double figures. Kylie Atwood scored seven points to lead the Catamounts, who did make more 3-point shots (three) than the Cowgirls, who made two.
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