Oklahoma City has won 13 straight since losing its opener to Langston and still occupies the No. 2 spot in the latest NAIA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Top 25 Poll.

OCU is 8-0 in the Sooner Athletic Conference and has won its conference games by an average of 26.1 points per game.  The Stars won last week’s games by an average of 45.5 ppg.

Oklahoma City is at John Brown on Thursday and hosts No. 26 Texas Wesleyan on Saturday.

Langston suffered its first loss on Saturday, but the Lady Lions still have put together quite a season for voters to think about. Langston did drop, but just two spots, and is now at No. 7 in the ranking.\

The Lady Lions are 17-1 overall and 9-1 in the Red River Athletic Conference.

LU’s lone loss came on Saturday, 85-76, at No. 14 Wiley.  The Lady Lions will try to get back on the winning track on the road Friday and Saturday, at Paul Quinn and at Texas College.

Langston senior Lynette Holmes is sixth on the NAIA’s scoring list at 20.6 ppg, just ahead of OCU’s Lateska Brown, who is in the seventh spot at 20.4 ppg.

Oklahoma Baptist won both games last week and is tied for the eighth spot in the national poll.

The Lady Bison are at home on Thursday to take on Wayland Baptist and travel to Southwestern Christian on Saturday.

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