No. 16 Purdue overpowers IPFW

2013-12-08T21:00:00Z 2013-12-08T23:18:16Z No. 16 Purdue overpowers IPFWThe Associated Press The Associated Press
December 08, 2013 9:00 pm  • 

Courtney Moses scored 26 points as No. 16 Purdue easily powered past Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne 91-70 in women's basketball action Sunday.

KK Houser added 15 points, Whitney Bays had 13 for the Boilermakers (6-2).

Amanda Hyde led IPFW (4-6) with 17 points, six rebounds and six assists.

No. 2 Duke 94, No. 17 Oklahoma 85: Tricia Liston scored a season-high 23 points and gave coach Joanne P. McCallie her 500th career victory.

Alexis Jones added 20 points and six assists, and Haley Peters scored 18 points for Duke, which is 10-0 for the third time in the last four seasons and the seventh time in the program's history.

The Blue Devils, who are unbeaten in three games this season against ranked foes, will face No. 1 Connecticut and No. 5 Kentucky before the end of the month.

McCallie, who previously coached at Maine and Michigan State, became the 30th active NCAA Division I coach to reach the 500-win mark. The win was her 175th in seven seasons at Duke.

Aaryn Ellenberg scored a season-high 28 points, and Morgan Hook added a season-high 24 points for Oklahoma (6-3), which lost to a top-five team for the second time this season. The Sooners fell in overtime to No. 5 Louisville on Nov. 17.

No. 3 Tennessee 75, Texas 61: Isabelle Harrison had 18 points and eight rebounds and Tennessee needed another second-half run to beat Texas.

Although the Lady Vols (8-0) never trailed, they only led 28-27 at intermission. Tennessee has been tied or behind at halftime in three games this season, yet won them all by at least nine points.

Ariel Massengale had 15 points and seven assists for Tennessee.

Nneka Enemkpali led Texas (6-3) with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

No. 10 Penn St. 77, Georgetown 68: Maggie Lucas scored 30 points and topped 2,000 for her career to help Penn State beat Georgetown.

Lucas finished the game with 2,008 career points to pass Tanisha Wright for fifth place on the school's scoring list. Penn State (6-2) rebounded from a loss Wednesday night to No. 5 Notre Dame.

Katie McCormick led the Hoyas (5-3) with 17 points.

No. 12 South Carolina 76, Charlotte 61: Elem Ibiam scored 19 points and Aleighsa Welch added 18 to lead No. 12 South Carolina to its ninth straight victory to open the season.

The Gamecocks scored 25 points from the free-throw line.

Ny Hammonds scored 14 points for Charlotte (4-5).

No. 15 Nebraska 95, Utah State 75: Jordan Hooper had 33 points and 14 rebounds to lead Nebraska past Utah State.

Hooper was 11 of 16 field. Emily Cady added with 16 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists for the Cornhuskers (7-2). Makenlee Williams led Utah State (5-3) with 21 points.

No. 20 Iowa State 79, Cal State Fullerton 52: Hallie Christofferson scored 33 points to help Iowa State rout Cal State Fullerton.

Christofferson was 11 of 16 from the field, 10 of 10 from the free-throw line and had eight rebounds. Nicole Blaskowsky added 16 points for Iowa State (8-0).

Hailey King had 13 points for Fullerton (1-7).

No. 24 Gonzaga 59, Ohio State 58: Sonja Greinacher had 18 points and 14 rebounds for Gonzaga.

Shaniqua Nilles gave the Bulldogs the lead with 21 seconds left, but Ohio State countered on Ameryst Alston's basket. Nilles scores the winner with 7 seconds left.

Haiden Palmer added 13 points for Gonzaga (6-1). Alston led Ohio State (6-4) with 18 points.

Men's basketball

No. 13 Oregon 115, Mississippi 105, OT: Oregon's Mike Moser scored 22 of his 24 points in the second half and overtime.

Johnathan Loyd added 23 points, and Joseph Young had 19, including an important 3-pointer in overtime to push the Ducks (8-0) ahead 100-93 with 1:59 remaining.

Six Oregon players scored in double figures during an entertaining game that stayed close throughout. The Ducks shot 38 of 65 (58.5 percent) percent from the field.

Marshall Henderson had a career-high 39 points for Ole Miss (6-2). The 6-foot-2 guard made 11 of 27 shots from the field, including 10 of 23 from 3-point range.

The final minute of regulation was wild, with Ole Miss hitting three difficult 3-pointers in the last 40 seconds to climb out of an 86-80 hole. Henderson made two, and Jarvis Summers nailed an off-balance 22-footer to tie it at 89 with 0.8 seconds left.

No. 24 San Diego State 70, Washington 63: Xavier Thames scored 19 points, and San Diego State rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit to beat Washington.

Winston Shepard added 17 points for the Aztecs (7-1), who won their sixth straight while playing for the fifth time in 11 days. C.J. Wilcox led Washington (4-4) with 17 points.

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