Sooner women dominate Missouri, 88-73

Courtney Paris recorded her 15th-straight double-double in OU's 88-73 win. (AP Photo)

It was just another day at the office for 11th-ranked Oklahoma, even though they were on the road Saturday in Columbia, Mo.

Courtney Paris recorded another double-double and the Sooners ended another homecourt winning streak en route to an 88-73 win over the second-place Tigers.

Oklahoma was hot in the first half, shooting over 50 percent from the field and building 47-27 halftime lead that the Tigers wouldn't be able to overcome.

Paris' 27 point, 16 rebound effort was her 15-straight double-double and 20th this year, which tied a Big 12 single-season record.

With the win, which ended the Tigers' home winning streak at 11 games, OU improved to 19-4 overall and now hold a three-game lead over the rest of the Big 12 with their 9-0 conference record. Missouri is the Sooners closest competition at 6-3.

The Sooners have now ended double-digit winning streaks on the road this season at Baylor, Texas A&M, New Mexico and Iowa State in addition to Missouri.

OU will return to the Lloyd Noble Center Wednesday night for a 7 p.m. matchup against Kansas.

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