Texas women’s basketball gears up to face Kansas, Oklahoma State this week

Holly Kergsgieter and the Kansas Jayhawks come to Austin Wednesday, after which the Longhorns will head north of the Red River to take on Vivian Gray and the Oklahoma State Cowgirls (photos courtesy of kuathletics.com and okstate.com / graphics by Horns Illustrated).

By Riley Zayas

AUSTIN, Texas — Forty minutes. The Texas women’s basketball team’s main goal at this point in the season is to play the entire 40 minutes of the game, a point of focus that head coach Karen Aston said she believes is crucial to any team’s success in conference play, and something she has long been emphasizing as her squad went through ups and downs early on.

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“I think that’s what we’re all searching for at this time of the year,” Aston said. “Can you get your team to focus for 40 minutes?”

Following Sunday’s 71-63 win over Kansas State, the Longhorns will [habeabk]

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