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Cunningham Helps Cowgirls to Upset Win
11/16/2009
 

T25-GEORGIA TECH-OKLAHOMA ST

Cowgirls upset No. 19 Georgia Tech 70-64

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) - Andrea Riley scored 24 points and Tegan

Cunningham had 20 points and 10 rebounds as Oklahoma State beat No.

19 Georgia Tech 70-64 on Sunday in the second round of the

Preseason Women's NIT.

The Cowgirls (2-0), who missed the NCAA tournament last season

after making it to the round of 16 a year earlier, held the Yellow

Jackets to 0-for-13 shooting from 3-point range.

Junior college transfer Precious Robinson added 14 points and 12

rebounds for Oklahoma State. Riley had seven assists to go with

eight turnovers.

Sasha Goodlett had 21 points to lead Georgia Tech (1-1), and

Brigitte Ardossi scored 13. Mo Bennett, who scored 21 points in the

Yellow Jackets' season opener, had six points on 2-for-15 shooting.

She missed all six of her 3-point tries.

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