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Boilermakers beat Spartans to win in overtime

– Drey Mingo had 22 points and 10 rebounds and No. 15 Purdue defeated No. 25 Michigan State 67-62 in overtime on Sunday.

It’s the fourth overtime win for the Boilermakers without a loss in Big Ten play. KK Houser scored 16 points and also had 10 rebounds for Purdue (17-3, 6-1). Taylor Manuel scored 12 points.

Kiana Johnson led Michigan State (16-4, 4-3) with 19 points. Becca Mills scored 11 points and Jasmine Thomas scored 10 for the Spartans.

In overtime, Purdue held Michigan State to three points. The Spartans made just 1 of 11 shots in the extra period.

Mingo’s basket with 31 seconds left in regulation tied the game at 59. Her layup 50 seconds into overtime gave Purdue the lead for good.

No. 4 DUKE 80, BOSTON COLLEGE 56: In Durham, N.C., Haley Peters had 15 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Blue Devils.

No. 5 KENTUCKY 73, LSU 60: In Lexington, Ky., Azia Bishop scored 17 points to lead the Wildcats.

No. 6 STANFORD 69, No. 20 COLORADO 56: In Stanford, Calif., Chiney Ogwumike had 20 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Cardinal.

No. 7 CALIFORNIA 71, UTAH 54: In Berkeley, Calif., Reshanda Gray scored 19 points and sparked a big run in the second half before leaving with a leg injury in the Golden Bears’ victory.

No. 8 PENN STATE 71, OHIO STATE 56: In Columbus, Ohio, Maggie Lucas scored 14 of her 18 points in the second half as Nittany Lions won their school record 14th consecutive Big Ten game.

The victory, in which they outscored the Buckeyes 43-19 after halftime, also gave them their fastest start since the 1993-94 season.

Alex Bentley scored 16 points and Nikki Greene had 11 points and 13 rebounds for Penn State (17-2, 7-0 Big Ten), which has won 11 in a row since a 67-52 loss at Connecticut on Dec. 6. It’s the sixth-longest winning streak in program history.

No. 10 MARYLAND 80, CLEMSON 40: In Clemson, S.C., Tianna Hawkins scored 17 points to lead the Terrapins.

No. 11 NORTH CAROLINA 64, MIAMI 62: In Coral Gables, Fla., Danielle Butts beat the buzzer with a game-winning jump shot to to lift the Tar Heels. Coach Sylvia Hatchell moved within two victories of becoming third coach in women’s basketball to have 900 wins in her career.

No. 13 LOUISVILLE 57, ST. JOHN’S 54: In Louisville, Ky., Antonita Slaughter scored 22 points, and the Cardinals reeled off eight unanswered points to overtake the Red Storm for their third straight win.

No. 14 GEORGIA 69, FLORIDA 52: In Athens, Ga., Jasmine Hassell scored 13 points and 10 different players scored the Bulldogs.

No. 16 TEXAS A&M 77, MISSOURI 58: In College Station, Texas, Adrienne Pratcher scored 18 points to lead the Aggies.

No. 17 DAYTON 83, MASSACHUSETTS 44: In Dayton, Ohio, Amber Deane and Andrea Hoover scored 18 points apiece as the Flyers won their fifth straight.

No. 18 SOUTH CAROLINA 43, ARKANSAS 40: In Fayetteville, Ark., Ashley Bruner scored 11 points to lead the Gamecocks.

No. 19 UCLA 54, ARIZONA STATE 50: In Los Angeles, Thea Lemberger hit a go-ahead three-pointer midway through the second half for the Bruins.

No. 22 FLORIDA STATE 70, VIRGINIA TECH 56: In Tallahassee, Fla., Chelsea Davis scored 19 points to lead the Seminoles.

IOWA 63, No. 23 MICHIGAN 57: In Ann Arbor, Mich., Bethany Doolittle tallied 19 points to lead the Hawkeyes.