The rest of the OSU lineup didn’t contribute much in the way of points, but freshman center Kassidy De Lapp had nine rebounds and two blocks, and freshman point guard Ja’Mee Asberry had seven points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals.
Chrislyn Carr had 21 points on 7-of-25 shooting to lead Texas Tech, while 6-foot-5 forward Brittany Brewer, who entered averaging a double-double, battled foul trouble to finish with 10 points and two rebounds against OSU’s improving frontcourt.
“They’re battling and playing hard,” OSU coach Jim Littell said of his frontcourt, which primarily consisted of De Lapp, LaTashia Jones and Mariam Gnanou. “They knew the scouting report today. I’m proud of them and they’ll continue to get better. The one thing I wasn’t happy about was giving up 20 offensive boards. But other than that, we stepped up and made plays.
“We know that this is a big win for our program today.”