Wichita State hit the court at Intrust Bank Arena for the seventh time in school history and suffered their first loss in the venue 93-76.
Their opponent, Oklahoma State got out to as high as an 18-point lead in the first half thanks to guards Jawun Evans and Jeffrey Carroll. Carroll scored 16 points and Evans tallied 11 points before the break.
One of the Shocker bright spots in the first half was junior forward Darral Willis with ten points and seven rebounds, but Wichita State trailed 49-33. The Shockers came into the game averaging 12 turnovers per game, but turned the ball over ten times in the half.
The second half was more of the same with the Pokes shooting 52.5% from the field in the end to win 93-76. Evans and Carroll both scored 22 points in the victory.
Willis led Wichita State with 24 points and 13 rebounds, Markis McDuffie 14 points, and ten points from Zach Brown.