Half a dozen players finished in double digits for the Golden Hurricane (5-8). Taleya Mayberry was the point leader with 20 points, Kelsee Grovey got 17, which matched a season-best, Loren McDaniel finished with 12, Ashley Clark and Mariah Turner each got 11 and Jasmine Vasquez scored 10.
TU’s 97 points was one short of the school record.
"Going into the game, we felt that if we could get a lead it would give us an opportunity to play some of our players that don't get a lot of playing time," Tulsa coach Matilda Mossman said. "Antoinet and Jasmine got more playing time, and the lead gave us an opportunity to start Mariah in the second half and for her to play with Loren longer than usual."
Victoria Felix led Langston with 18 points.
Tulsa shot 44 percent (39-of-89) from the field, 26 percent (6-of-23) in 3-pointers and 59 percent (13-of-22) from the free throw line.
TU led 57-12 at intermission. It will play UTEP (12-1) at home in its Conference USA opener. That game starts at 7 p.m. Wednesday.