NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -All-America center Courtney Paris scored 18 points to move into second place on Oklahoma's career scoring list and the fourth-ranked Sooners opened their season with an 88-57 win against California-Riverside on Saturday in the Preseason Women's NIT.
Paris needed only seven points to pass Molly McGuire, and she had that many midway through the first half. She's now behind only Phylesha Whaley on the Sooners' career scoring chart, and she needs 29 points to move into first.
Nyeshia Stevenson added 14 points and four steals off the bench, and Amanda Thompson and Danielle Robinson scored 13 apiece for the Sooners.
Kemie Nkele scored a career-high 31 points to lead the Highlanders, who went to the NCAA tournament two of the last three years and were picked to win the Big West Conference again this season.

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