Stanford Falls To Oklahoma In Overtime, 100-98.

Dec. 27, 2000

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - LaNeisha Caufield had eight of her 21 points inovertime as No. 22 Oklahoma beat 17th-ranked Stanford 102-98 Wednesday night.

One of Caufield's overtime baskets gave the Sooners (8-3) the lead for goodat 100-98 with 38 seconds remaining. She then sealed the victory with two freethrows with 11.7 seconds left.

Caton Hill paced the Sooners with 22 points and 10 rebounds, and Stacy Dalesand Jadrea Seeley added 15 points apiece.

Down the stretch, Oklahoma trailed Stanford (5-4) by seven with just under10 minutes to go.

Lindsey Yamasaki led Stanford with 30 points and eight rebounds and SarahDimson added 14 points and six rebounds.

A 3-pointer by Seeley brought the score to 74-70 with 9:10 to go. Caufield,who sat out most of the game in foul trouble, hit a 3-pointer at 5:47 to cutthe lead to 78-77. The Sooners then took their first lead since late in thefirst half when Dales was fouled after an offensive rebound. Her basket broughtthe score to 81-80.

Yamasaki missed an 18-footer at the buzzer that would have won the game inregulation.

Stanford led in overtime until Dales hit two free throws to tie the game at98-98 with 1:10 left.

After a Stanford score, Dales took a feed from Caufield in the lane andscored with 4.9 seconds left to again tie the game at 99-99.

Oklahoma had an 11-point lead in the first half before Stanford came back onthe strength of Yamasaki's shooting. Stanford scored on seven straight shotsand took a 50-47 halftime advantage on an 18-4 run.

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