Oklahoma-Texas are top 2 seeds in final women's Big 12 Tournament before they depart for SEC


KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Oklahoma was a game above .500 following a loss to Southern three days before Christmas, and there seemed few reasons to believe the Sooners would turn around their fortunes when their last run through the Big 12 Conference began the following week.

More than two months later, Jennie Baranczyk's team has lost only three more times.

Led by Skylar Vann and Louisville transfer Payton Verhulst, the No. 19 Sooners (21-8) rolled to their first Big 12 regular-season title since 2009 before they join Texas in departing for the Southeastern Conference next season.

That also gave...

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