No. Baylor wins in the 2nd half, beating West Virginia

NaLyssa and Queen Egbo both had double-doubles. Jordan Lewis made consecutive 3-pointers that finally got No. 10 Baylor won to stay, and the Bears defeated West Virginia 75-57 Saturday night.

No. Baylor wins in the 2nd half, beating West Virginia

Smith scored 30 points, matching her career record. Egbo had 13. Both had 12 rebounds. Smith's 44th career double-double was 16th this season. Egbo, on the other hand, has 28 double-doubles at Baylor (19-5 and 9-3 Big 12, respectively). Lewis was the final scorer with 18 points.

The game saw 11 lead changes, with Lewis scoring a 3 with just 8:13 remaining in the third quarter to give him a 34-32 advantage.

Madisen Smith scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Mountaineers (4-11, 4-8) who have lost four out of five. She made all four of their 3-pointers.

NO. 7 INDIANA 76 MICHIGAN STATE 58

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) Grace Berger scored a record-breaking 29 points to win Indiana over Michigan State.

Indiana (18-3, 10-1, Big Ten) led 32 to 27 at halftime. The Spartans were outscored 30-14 in quarter three. To surpass Michigan State's total, Berger scored 17 points during the period.

The senior Hoosier shot 9 of 17 overall, and made all 11 free throws.

Aleksa Gulbe scored 13 points for Indiana. Nicole Cardano–Hillary and Ali Patberg each had 12 points, while Chloe Moore McNeil had 10.

Michigan State (13-11-7-6) was led Alisia Smith's 12 point and Nia Clouden’s 10.

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FORT WORTH (AP) -- Ashley Joens scored 32 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for the season. Iowa State won its fifth consecutive game with a win over TCU.

Lexi Donarski had 16 points and combined with Joens, they went 10 of 20 from the 3-point range. The Big 12-leading Cyclones (21-3; 10-2) were 19 of 36 from deep.

Lauren Heard scored 17 points and had seven assists for Horned Frogs (6-15-2-10), who broke their longest losing streak of five years with a seventh straight setback.

NO. 20 BYU 84 SAINT MARY’S 69

MORAGA (Calif.) -- Shaylee Gonzalez scored a career-high 35 point, seven steals, and six assists in the BYU win over Saint Mary's.

Paisley Harding scored 18 for BYU (21-2 West Coast Conference, 11-1 West Coast Conference), Lauren Gustin had fifteen points and 11 rebounds to complete her 13th double-double and Tegan Graham added 11.

Ali Bamberger led the Gaels with 17 points and nine rebound to finish with a total of 6-7 (12-12, 6-7). Madeline Holland and Tayla dalton each added 13 points.

STETSON 58. 22 FLORIDA GULF COAST 57

FORT MYERS (Fla.) -- Yazz Wazeeruddin-Din scored 15 points while Kiya Turner added 14 points to tie a career high of 11 rebounds. Stetson defeated Florida Gulf Coast, snapping the Eagles' 33-game winning streak in the Atlantic Sun Conference.

Stetson (15-10 and 8-4), snapped a 10-game streak against FGCU. Since a 71–48 home loss to Eagles on Jan. 19, Stetson has won seven consecutive games.

FGCU (22-2/11-1) lost its 15-game winning streak and was defeated by the Hatters for the fifth time.

For the Eagles, Kendall Spray and Tishara Mosthouse each scored 12 points.



 

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