Roshunda Johnson hit all four of her 3-pointers and scored 22 points to lead No. 19 Oklahoma State to an 84-33 win over New Orleans on Monday night.Brittney Martin added 10 points as 13 Oklahoma State (7-1) players scored and 15 saw game action. The Cowgirls made 55 percent of their field goals and held a 44-25 rebounding advantage.
Octavia Wilson and Halie Matthews paced New Orleans (1-5) with six points apiece. The Privateers were held to 12 field goals on 48 attempts (25 percent) and turned the ball over 26 times.
Oklahoma State raced out to a 15-5 lead and expanded it to 47-16 at halftime. New Orleans made six field goals in the opening frame and was forced into 17 turnovers.
A 15-2 run, with scoring from seven different players, gave Oklahoma State a 51-point advantage with 3:31 left.