Sunday women's hoops roundup: Purdue, PSU roll
No. 17 Penn State and No. 18 Purdue tallied victories in Big Ten women’s hoops action Sunday afternoon. The Lady Lions drilled Alcorn State, 85-62, while the Boilermakers held off Bowling Green, 57-48. Catch up on all the day’s action in this post.
PENN STATE 85, ALCORN STATE 62 | RECAP
(AP) Dara Taylor scored 20 points and collected seven steals to lead No. 17 Penn State to an 85-62 win over Alcorn State Sunday. The Lady Lions (8-3) flexed their muscle early, building a 24-8 lead midway through the first half and extending it to a 21-point advantage by intermission. Maggie Lucas helped the first-half surge with 13 points, converting 7 of 7 from the free-throw line.
PURDUE 57, BOWLING GREEN 48 | RECAP
(AP) KK Hauser pulled down a defensive rebound and followed it up with two clutch free throws with 21 seconds left in the game to allow No. 18 Purdue to escape with a 57-48 win over Bowling Green Sunday. Alexis Rogers’ layup with under a minute to play cut the Purdue lead to three points, 51-48, but the Boilermakers responded when Hauser fed Courtney Moses for a layup.
AUBURN at MINNESOTA | RECAP