The junior guard came of the bench for Texas Tech to score 18 points, sinking all ten of his free throws in the game, including eight over the final 1:04.
The Red Raiders missing free throws was one of the reasons Texas was able to get back into the game. With 2:13 to go, the Horns still trailed by 11, but over the next minute Texas Tech missed five free throws, while Texas quickly made up the gap thanks to a three and a two-point jumper from D.J. Augustin, plus a three-point play from Gary Johnson.
With Texas within four points, it was foul-and-shoot all the way to the final buzzer, but Tech kept in-bounding to Voskuil, who did not stop making his free throws.
Texas' loss to the Red Raiders snapped an eight-game winning streak for the Horns and leaves Texas (24-5, 11-3 in Big 12) just a half-game up on Kansas for the Big 12 regular season crown. The win for Texas Tech takes the Red Raiders up to 16-12 and 7-7 in conference.
It was still a big game for Augustin. The Player of the Year candidate scored 30 points in the loss, dishing out three assists and grabbing four boards. Damion James put up a double-double again for Texas, scoring 10 and pulling down 12 rebounds.