Southwestern Christian's Ellora Johnson, photo courtesy SCU Sports Info.

A look at some trends in Oklahoma college basketball this week.

Hillsdale WBB – 21 consecutive wins; 22-1 overall record
Hillsdale MBB – seven consecutive wins
Langston WBB – six consecutive wins; won 11 of last 12
Langston MBB – four consecutive wins; won 13 of last 14
Cameron MBB – four consecutive wins
Oklahoma City MBB – four consecutive wins
Oklahoma State WBB – four consecutive wins
Southeastern WBB – four consecutive wins
Oklahoma Wesleyan WBB – won eight of last nine
Oklahoma City WBB – won seven of last eight
Oklahoma Panhandle MBB – six consecutive losses
St. Gregory’s MBB – six consecutive losses
Oklahoma Baptist MBB – nine consecutive losses
Oklahoma Panhandle WBB – 11 consecutive losses

Daniela Wallen, OCU, has scored in double figures in all 16 games in which she has played as a Star. Currently second in the NAIA in scoring – 21.69 ppg. Also third in the nation in steals with 3.5 per game.
Kelli Tolar, MACU, is first in the NAIA in three-pointers made with 3.35 per contest in 17 games, and is third in scoring in the NAIA with 21.59 ppg.
⇒ Courtney Leach, SGU, is first in the NAIA three-point percentage, shooting 52.9 percent from behind the arc.
⇒ Ilze Teilane, USAO, is first in the NAIA in blocked shot by a wide margin with 5.33 (2.05 ahead of next player), with at least two in each game this year and had 11 against MACU last week.
⇒ Ellora Johnson, SCU, is fourth in the NAIA in total rebounds and rebounds per game (199, 9.95 rpg). Her next rebound will be her 200th this year.
⇒ Taran Buie, USAO, is fifth in scoring in the NAIA at 23.78 points per game.
⇒ Brittany Martin, OSU, leads the Big 12 in scoring (21.3 ppg), rebounding (11.0 rpg) and steals (2.9 spy).
⇒ Buddy Hield, OU, leads the Big 12 in scoring (26.2 ppg, second in NCAA D-I), three-pointers made (4.35 per game) and free throw percentage (90.5%).

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