TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Kaela King scored 18 points and Arizona State shot 61 percent (25 of 41) from the field in a 67-64 victory at Tulsa on Saturday.
Tulsa (4-5) came into the game allowing opponents to shoot 37 percent, but the Sun Devils (3-4) consistently penetrated for high-percentage shots in the lane.
King's three-point play with 3:34 remaining gave Arizona State a 59-54 lead, and the Golden Hurricane got no closer than three points afterward, in big part because they missed 6 of 9 free throws in the final four minutes.
Kyle Cain scored 11 points and Felix Carrick had 10 points and seven rebounds for the Sun Devils.
Jordan Clarkson, Scottie Haralson and Eric McClellan had 15 points each for Tulsa.