STILLWATER, Okla. -- Liz Donohoe scored 19 points, leading seven Oklahoma State players in double figures, and the 21st-ranked Cowgirls rolled past Texas-Pan American 96-42 Tuesday night.
Donohoe made 8 of 9 shots, including both 3-point tries, and led the Cowgirls (4-0) with nine rebounds. Tiffany Bias scored 15 points, Toni Young scored 13 and Brittney Martin and LaShawn Jones had 12 points apiece. Lindsey Keller scored 11 and Kendra Suttles added 10 points. Oklahoma State led 49-16 at halftime.
LaQuita Garner led Texas-Pan American (2-3) with nine points.
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