NORMAN, Okla. -- Sherri Coale won her 400th game as Sharane Campbell-Olds had 26 points and 11 rebounds to help Oklahoma beat Washington 90-80 on Friday night.
Coale has spent her entire 19-year career at the school and is 400-194.
Kaylon Williams scored 17 of her career-high 23 points in the second half for the Sooners, who overcame a 45-point effort from Washington's Kelsey Plum. That's the most in school history.
The Sooners jumped to an early 11-0 lead, outscoring the Huskies 48-32 in the first half. The visiting Pac-12 squad answered in the second half, putting together a 10-0 run after OU scored the first basket of the period, before the Sooners pulled away yet again.
Washington could get no closer than six the rest of the way.
Pac-12 commissioner says he doesn't expect any more teams leaving for Big Ten, Big 12
Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff said the Pac-12 remains unified despite rumors of additional Big Ten expansion and the Big 12's aggressive pursuit of its members.
Kentucky Wildcats freshman hoops player Tionna Herron recovering from open-heart surgery
The Kentucky Wildcats announced that 6-foot-4 freshman hoops player Tionna Herron is recovering from open-heart surgery she had in August to correct a structural abnormality and will continue rehabilitation until she's clear to return to normal activity.
Craig Thompson, Mountain West Conference commissioner, to step down on Dec. 31
Craig Thompson, Mountain West Conference commissioner, says he will step down from the post on Dec. 31 after 24 years.