The Golden Suns defeated Northwestern Oklahoma last week with a final score of 77-57. Danielle Frachiseur, from Wickes, had a big game scoring 21 points, grabbing eight rebounds and blocking four shots. Cali White, from Fort Smith, provided in the win with 14 points of her own.
Tech opened the game on a 15-3 run over the Northwestern Oklahoma through the first four minutes. The Golden Suns continued to control the game jumping out to a 14-point lead making the score 24-10 in the first half. Northwestern Oklahoma fought their way backing the game pulling within six points in the second quarter, but the Suns would take 44-28 lead going into halftime.
Coming out at halftime, Tech continued their hot shooting. The Golden Suns went up by 20 points, 50-30, at the 8:24 mark in the third quarter. This hot streak continued the rest of the game.
Going into the fourth quarter the Golden Suns lead, 65-44. Tech took its largest lead at 5:38 taking a 31-point lead, 77-46 with 5:38 left. Northwestern Oklahoma were unable to overcome the deficit, eventually losing.
The Golden Suns were back in action this past week falling to Southwestern Oklahoma, 90-78. Frachiseur had another big game, scoring 21 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Cheyenne North, from Gallatin, Tennessee, sat the game out due to an injury she suffered previously during the Northwestern Oklahoma game. Tech was outscored 40-36 in the paint and 17-11 on second-chance buckets. The Golden Suns will be back action at home on Thursday, hosting Southern Nazarene in a 5:30 p.m. contest.