Ayoka Lee put on a show during Kansas State’s 94-65 win over No. 14 Oklahoma, dropping an NCAA-record 61 points.
WOW!Ayoka Lee had an unstoppable performance today on her way to scoring an NCAA record-setting 61 points. #KStateWBB x @Yokie50 pic.twitter.com/yjmSisyiei— K-State Women's Basketball (@KStateWBB) January 23, 2022
WOW!Ayoka Lee had an unstoppable performance today on her way to scoring an NCAA record-setting 61 points. #KStateWBB x @Yokie50 pic.twitter.com/yjmSisyiei
The junior center was 23-for-30 from the floor to put up the most points ever in a D-1 women’s college basketball game. Lee also contributed 12 rebounds, three blocks and one steal over 35 minutes in a historic individual effort.
Through 18 games, Lee is currently averaging 23.6 points, 10.8 rebounds, 1.4 steals and 3.5 blocks.
Kansas State improves to 15-4 on the season following the team’s upset over the Sooners.
Next up: The Wildcats will face off against another top team in No. 15 Texas on Wednesday.