Sunday's Results

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Indiana 83, Minnesota 78 (OT)
The Indiana women's basketball team outlasted Minnesota in an overtime thriller in Assembly Hall on Sunday afternoon, 83-78. The game saw 18 lead changes throughout the afternoon as IU's freshmen combined to score 74 points in the victory. The Hoosiers were led by the freshman duo of Larryn Brooks and Taylor Agler who scored 25 points and 20 points, respectively. Brooks finished with a double-double as she dished for a career-best 10 assists. RECAP

Penn State 66, Michigan State 54
In a game of runs, the #17/16 Penn State Lady Lions had the last run as they came back from a seven-point halftime deficit to earn a 66-54 win at Michigan State to hand the Spartans their first conference loss. This marks the first time since 2003 and 2004 that the Lady Lions have won back-to-back games in East Lansing. Senior guard Dara Taylor led the charge for the Lady Lions with 18 points, including 10 makes from the free throw line, four rebounds, two assists and four steals. Senior guard Ariel Edwards scored 11 of her 16 points in the opening frame. She also added six rebounds and a pair of assists. RECAP

Purdue 77, Nebraska 75
Whitney Bays got a crucial offensive rebound and then made the game-winning put-back as No. 22 Purdue edged No. 18 Nebraska 77-75 on Sunday. Purdue led most of the second half but had to scramble to hold off Nebraska, which tied the game at 75 on a 10-3 run capped by a pair of Rachel Theriot free throws with 29 seconds to play. The Boilermakers got the ball to April Wilson, who missed her shot on a drive to the hoop, but Bays was there to grab the rebound and sink the game-winning layup with a second to go. RECAP

Iowa 81, Ohio State 74
Freshman Ally Disterhoft turned her first collegiate start into her first double-double Sunday as the University of Iowa snapped an 11-game losing streak at Ohio State, 81-74, in Value City Arena. Disterhoft scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as the Hawkeyes improved to 15-5 overall, 3-3 in the Big Ten Conference. She was 12-of-12 from the free throw line and made six in a row during the final 28 seconds. RECAP

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