SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Liz Donohoe scored 24 points and Tiffany Bias made four free throws in the final 24 seconds as No. 22 Oklahoma State held off Missouri State 74-71 Tuesday night.
Lindsey Keller had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Cowgirls (2-0). Toni Young added 13 points and Bias finished with 12 points, five steals and a game-high seven assists.
Tyonna Snow led the Bears, playing their season opener, with 19 points and eight steals. Missouri State led 36-29 at halftime, but the Cowgirls scored the first 10 points of the second half.
Bry Snow had 12 points for Missouri State and Whitney Edie had 10 points and eight assists. The Bears shot 46 percent compared to Oklahoma State's 41 percent, but the Cowgirls attempted 14 more shots.
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