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Twister Sisters Before the Storm: Oklahoma II

Will the truest of freshman Izzi Zingaro play again tonight?

Arkansas-Little Rock v Oklahoma Photo by Jackson Laizure/Getty Images

Last Time Out

Iowa State got back in the win streak column after dropping two straight games to Baylor and West Virginia respectively. Emily Ryan had her Cyclone career high of 21 points, Joens closely followed with 20, Donarski had 17 and Scott had 12 in a 92-73 win over Texas Tech.

About Oklahoma

Oklahoma is the only Big 12 team with three players averaging greater than 15 points per game. Madi Williams (21.3 PPG); Gabby Gregory (15.7 PPG) and Taylor Robertson (15.5 PPG).

Nevaeh Tot is having a nice season in the assist column with 69 assists so far this season, the eighth best mark for a Sooner freshman.

Opposing Player to Watch

Madi Williams. Not only does she score in bunches, last Friday she was named to the Dawn Staley Award late season watchlist, the Phoenix Club of Philadelphia announced Friday.

The award goes to the player who most follows Staley’s ball handling, scoring, her ability to distribute the basketball and her will to win.

What Will Happen

Despite having a 63-60 disadvantage with 21.7 seconds left, Iowa State scored a pair of layups to win 64-63. I think this game will go a little more in favor of the Cyclones for no reason behind I’m a homer.

Pick Three

  1. Madi Williams and Ashley Joens race to 20 points
  2. Iowa State hits double digit threes
  3. Ashley Joens will have a double-double.

Game Notes

Iowa State @ Oklahoma

Game Program

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StatBroadcast

Live Stats, enjoy!

More Tidbits

Where: Lloyd Noble Center- Norman, Oklahoma

When: Tuesday, Feb 9 at 7 PM

Projected Starting Lineup for ISU: Kristin Scott, Ashley Joens, Kylie Feuerbach, Emily Ryan, Lexi Donarski

Radio: Cyclone Radio Network/Learfield

Talent: Noah Wolf, Jamie Steyer TV:

FSOK Talent: Chad McKee, Brenda VanLengen