STILLWATER — Littell said his team needs to be ready for UTA’s best.
“There’s teams we play that this is a championship game for them,” Littell said. “They feel they can prove that they have players that should have played in the Big 12. So there’s a lot of teams we play that have a lot of purpose and motivation.”
During the Cowgirls’ six-game homestand they averaged 91 points while only giving up 44 per game. Oklahoma State only allowed one opponent to score more than 50 and that happened against Texas State on Nov. 28.
“Our offense is pretty good the way it is,” Keller said. “Our flow, we need to work on that — just getting into a consistent offensive base. We have really been working on our defense making sure it’s ready for Big 12.”
Donohoe said the team has a lot of scorers.
“It definitely helps,” Donohoe said. “We just have to have everyone healthy and ready to go.”
Littell said they have worked a lot on defense.
“We recognize that was something we needed to work on,” Littell said. “We spent a lot of time on focusing on our defensive end.”
After Saturday’s game, the Cowgirls travel to San Diego for the Surf N’ Slam Classic.