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Rogowski scores 24, hits key 3 to lead DePaul women to wild 104-100 win over Oklahoma in NCAAs

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    Oklahoma's Kaylon Williams, background, ties-up DePaul's Kelsey Reynolds during the first half of their first-round game in the NCAA basketball tournament in Durham, N.C., Saturday, March 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson) (The Associated Press)

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    Oklahoma's Aaryn Ellenberg dribbles the ball up the court during the first half of a first-round game against DePaul in the NCAA basketball tournament in Durham, N.C., Saturday, March 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson) (The Associated Press)

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    Oklahoma's Nicole Kornet shoots over DePaul's Jasmine Penny during the first half of their first-round game in the NCAA basketball tournament in Durham, N.C., Saturday, March 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson) (The Associated Press)

Megan Rogowski scored 24 points and hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 40.5 seconds left to help DePaul beat Oklahoma 104-100 on Saturday in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Chanise Jenkins added 21 points and Brittany Hrynko had 19 for the seventh-seeded Blue Demons (28-6). They blew a 19-point lead with under 16 minutes left, then rallied for a wild win.

They will play second-seeded Duke (28-6) on Monday night in the second round of the Lincoln Regional.

Aaryn Ellenberg had 36 points and seven 3s for the 10th-seeded Sooners (18-15), who set a tournament record for most points by a losing team in a regulation game. The 204 combined points also made it the highest scoring regulation game in the history of the NCAA women's tournament.

Oklahoma's Portia Durrett tied it at 97 with a layup with 48.2 seconds left.

Hrynko drove into the lane and found Rogowski in the left corner for an open 3 that put DePaul ahead for good.

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