SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist Coach Casi Bays got her 100th victory as her Lady Bison roared past Kansas Christian 128-43 Saturday.
Bays joins John McCullough, Scott Norris and David Sallee as 100-game winners in OBU women's basketball history.
The Lady Bison dished a school-record 36 assists eclipsing the old mark of 35 shared by the 1996-97 team against Manhattan Christian and the 2001-02 squad against Arkansas Baptist.
The 128 points ranks as the fourth-highest scoring total for OBU. The record is 159 against Southwest Adventist in 1995.
OBU shot 62 percent from the field, grabbed 51 rebounds and had six players reach at least 13 points. Every Lady Bison scored, had a rebound and an assist in the game.
Tasha Edge scored 24 points to lead the team, followed by Lexi Williams with 17, Monae Smith and Charissa Price with 16 each, Shaylan Coleman with 14 and McKenzie Cooper with 13. Price and Smith had career scoring highs.
Autumn Avina had eight points, a team-high eight rebounds and team-high eight assists. Williams led the team with six steals and Coleman blocked five shots.
OBU scored the first 17 points and tied a defensive record, allowing just five points in the first quarter. The Lady Bison led 25-2 before Seara Williamson walked into a three-pointer for KCC with 42 seconds left for the Falcons' first field goal.
OBU led 28-5 after one quarter.
The Lady Bison led by as much as 57-14 in the second quarter and had a 57-17 edge at halftime.
OBU led 99-27 at the completion of the third quarter.
Monae Smith put OBU over the 100 mark from the free throw line 10 seconds into the final frame. The Lady Bison led by as much as 126-38 (88 points).
With the win, the Lady Bison improve to 5-4 on the season. OBU returns to action Dec. 30 at Northeastern State before opening the new year at home against Arkansas Tech, Jan. 4.