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OSU Advances To Quarterfinals of WNIT

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The Oklahoma State Cowgirls keep on winning.  Thursday night it was a 70-57 win over the Missouri State Lady Bears, advancing OSU to the quarterfinals of the WNIT.

Freshman Liz Donahoe lead the way for the Cowgirls, scoring a game-high 25 points.  She was helped by Toni Young, who scored 15, and Lindsey Keller who added 12.

OSU was up by just two points at the half, but opened the second half on a 28-6 run to put the Lady Bears away.

Jaleshia Roberson lead Missouri State with 13 points.

Up next for the Cowgirls is the Colorado Buffaloes.  That game will be in Stillwater on Sunday.  The tip-off has been set for 12:30 PM.

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