After falling for a second time to the top of the Big 12, Baylor, TCU welcomes the next best offense to Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, Oklahoma State, at 7 p.m. Wednesday.No. 23 Oklahoma State is ranked in the top 3 in the conference in many offensive categories, including scoring offense, scoring margin and field-goal percentage.Senior forward Toni Young ranks fourth in the conference in scoring, averaging 16.6 points per game. Junior guard Tiffany Bias comes in at No. 14 in scoring with 12.5 points per game and sits second in assists, averaging 6.8 per game.When the teams met earlier this month, TCU could not keep up, falling 76-59, despite TCU sophomore guard Natalie Ventress’ game-high 24 points. TCU’s scoring leader, freshman guard Zahna Medley scored just three points in the contest.Wednesday will mark the six time the two programs have faced each other, with OSU owning the series 4-1. The lone game of the series that took place in Fort Worth in 2007 marked TCU’s only win, a 97-63 victory over the then No. 20 Cowgirl squad.
TCU women vs. No. 23 Oklahoma State
7 p.m. Wednesday , Daniel-Meyer Coliseum
Records: TCU, 7-17, 0-13; Oklahoma State, 18-6, 7-6.
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