STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -Andrea Riley overcame a poor shooting night to score 31 points and No. 15 Oklahoma State won its 11th straight game, beating Kansas State 66-56 on Saturday night.
Riley went 9 for 33 from the field for Oklahoma State (15-2, 3-0 Big 12) and moved past former Wildcats star Kendra Wecker into third place on the conference's career scoring list. The senior from Dallas now has 2,361 points and has scored in double figures in 75 straight games, the second-longest active streak in NCAA Division I.
Oklahoma State's winning streak is its longest since a school-record 16-game run during the 1992-93 season.
Kari Kincaid scored 16 points for Kansas State (10-7, 2-1), which had a six-game winning streak snapped. The Wildcats had beaten Oklahoma State in six of their previous seven meetings.
During K-State's winning streak, the Wildcats allowed opponents an average of 54.2 points per game and held them to 40.6-percent shooting. But outside of Riley, the Cowgirls went 14 of 26 from the field and they had already scored 54 points with more than 6 minutes to go.
Kansas State, which had shot 45.9 percent from 3-point range during the winning streak, went 9 for 26 (34.6 percent) on Saturday.
Kansas State led by as many as six points early and Oklahoma State didn't take its first lead until Tegan Cunningham's 3-pointer more than 11 minutes into the game. That was part of a 10-2 run that put the Cowgirls ahead 23-18, and they extended that margin to 33-26 by halftime.
Riley drove through the Wildcats' defense for a layup 4 minutes into the second half to make it 39-31, causing Kansas State coach Deb Patterson to charge out onto the court calling timeout. But a minute later, Riley hit a 14-footer to give the Cowgirls their first double-digit lead.
Oklahoma State led 55-47 with 5:24 left when coach Kurt Budke received a technical foul after Cunningham was called for a turnover on a drive to the basket. Sweat made 1-of-2 free throws, but Cunningham forced a jump ball on the ensuing Kansas State possession and Riley followed with a 3-pointer to rebuild the Cowgirls' lead to double digits.
Cunningham had 10 points and eight rebounds while Precious Robinson added nine points and 10 rebounds for the Cowgirls, who outrebounded Kansas State 45-30.
Taelor Karr scored 14 points for Kansas State, while Ashley Sweat scored 13, five below her average.