The Sooners set new season-highs in points, turnovers, steals and assists but tied a school record with 16 3-pointers on the way to a 118-52 victory against Arkansas Pine-Bluff. Freshman Aaryn Ellenberg scored 29 points and Morgan Hook added 21 points and a career-high six steals -- five more than her previous best. Robinson added 21 points, nine assists and five steals for Oklahoma (10-2). The Sooners had 27 assists, forced 36 turnovers and grabbed 21 steals. Ten different players scored for Oklahoma, which led by 27 at halftime. Coming off one of its best games of the season, Oklahoma will get one more weapon when it travels to TCU on Sunday. It's been 401 days since guard Whitney Hand took the floor for the Sooners and is scheduled to do so again in her hometown of Fort Worth. "The biggest thing you get from Whitney is presence," Coale said. "She just has presence about her. Everybody looks at her and just feels better about the situation because she's on the floor."