St. Gregory’s University was swept Thursday at Sooner Athletic Conference foe Oklahoma City, beginning with the Lady Cavaliers’ 83-50 loss to the No. 2 Stars.

OCU (21-2, 16-2 SAC) is the top-ranked team in the conference.


St. Gregory’s University was swept Thursday at Sooner Athletic Conference foe Oklahoma City, beginning with the Lady Cavaliers’ 83-50 loss to the No. 2 Stars.
OCU (21-2, 16-2 SAC) is the top-ranked team in the conference.
Leticia Silva paced SGU with a game-high 19 points, including a 4-of-8 effort from 3-point range. The Lady Cavs canned 50 percent of their free throws, but visited the foul line only six times.
The Stars were 6-of-16 from long range and 19-of-26 (73.1 percent) on charity tosses.
St. Gregory’s was 20-of-48 (41.7 percent) from the field, compared to OCU’s 29-of-61 (47.5 percent) showing.
Heather Anderson added 10 points for SGU (6-19, 2-16 SAC).
Donica Cosby paced the Stars with 18 points, and teammate Lauren Gober registered a double-double with 11 points and 10 boards. OCU won the rebound battle, 40-20, and the Stars turned the ball over 13 times to SGU’s 24.
Fayzon Richey’s game-high 33 points went for naught as OCU completed the sweep with a 98-63 win in the men’s contest.
Richey was 12-of-31 from the field, including a 6-of-14 night from 3-point range.
The Cavaliers canned six of 12 shots from the charity stripe, with Richey leading in that category at 3-of-6. The Cavs finished the night with a 37.9 percent (25-of-66) effort from the field, including 7-of-22 from long range.
Brandon Jackson added 10 for SGU (5-17, 2-16 SAC).
Five Stars reached double figures, with Dee Proby and Brandon Moton leading at 16 apiece. Orlan Jackman and Kaleb Smith each finishd with a baker’s dozen.
The Stars (16-10, 9-9 SAC) hit 36 of 67 field goals and 15 of 20 (75 percent) free throws.
St. Gregory’s will host Mid-America Christian Saturday, with the women starting the doubleheader at 1 p.m.
Note: Report compiled by Jason Smith.