Ann Arbor, Mich. — Dominique Oden scored 26 points, including the last four in regulation, and Karissa McLaughlin added 21, including back-to-back 3-pointers in overtime, and Purdue shocked No. 13 Michigan 81-79 on Thursday night.
The Boilermakers (15-8, 6-3 Big Ten) scored the last 16 points in regulation with Oden’s basket with 0.7 seconds to go tying the game at 72. The referees then called a foul on Purdue with 0.3 to go but Kayla Robbins missed both free throws.
Michigan (19-5, 8-3), which had won six straight, missed its last six shots over six-plus minutes with five turnovers, then took the lead three times in OT but each time Purdue answered. McLaughin’s 3 with 1:09 to play made it 80-79.
The Wolverines came up empty on their last two possessions and Oden added a final free throw with 0.2 to go.
Lamina Cooper had 18 points for Purdue, which got six 3s from McLaughlin and four from Oden.
Katelynn Flaherty scored 24 points, Hallie Thome 20 and Hailey Brown 18 for Michigan.
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Iowa 71, (at) Michigan State 68: Sidney Cooks tallied 16 points to lead the Spartans (14-9, 4-6 Big Ten), with Branndais Agee adding 14. Megan Gustafson’s 36 points led Iowa (17-6, 5-5 Big Ten).
Youngstown State 86, (at) Oakland 76: Leah Somerfield led the Grizzlies (11-10, 4-6 HL) with 21 points. Taylor Jones added 13 points while playing only 17 minutes. Mary Dunn led Youngstown State (9-13, 5-6 HL) with 24 points.
Cleveland State 90, (at) Detroit 76: Nicole Urbanick led the home side with 17 points, Lexey Tobel had 16 and Anja Marinkovic 15 as the Titans fell to 1-20, 1-9 HL. Khayla Livingston racked up 36 points for Cleveland State (15-7, 7-4 HL).
No. 1 Ashland 101, Wayne State 84: Laina Snyder and Jodi Johnson each scored 24 for Ashland (21-0, 13-0 GLIAC). Shannon Wilson scored 20 for WSU (14-5, 9-4 GLIAC).
Wayne State 69, Ashland 60: Marcus Moore scored 16 for WSU (10-8, 8-5 GLIAC). Wendell Davis had 16 points for Ashland (15-6, 8-5 GLIAC).
Northwestern 60, (at) Wisconsin 52: Dererk Pardon scored 17 points on 8-of-8 shooting, and Northwestern rode a game-opening 18-1 run. Scottie Lindsey added 14 points for the Wildcats (14-10, 5-6 Big Ten), who have won two of their last three road games.
But what started as a runaway slowed down into a miss-filled mess that allowed the Badgers to hang around in the second half.
Northwestern went 8 of 8 from the foul line to hang on after Aleem Ford’s 3 with 1:21 left got Wisconsin within 52-46. Ford finished with 12 points.
Khalil Iverson had 15 points and nine rebounds for the Badgers (10-14, 3-8), who have lost four straight games and seven of their last eight.
(At) No. 1 Villanova 98, Creighton 78: Mikal Bridges scored 21 and Jalen Brunson had 19 to lead No. 1 Villanova to its eighth straight win. The Wildcats (21-1, 8-1 Big East) tied a program record with 19 3-pointers and provided a nice diversion for a city consumed with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Super Bowl.
Yes, the best team in college basketball plays across the street from the NFC champs. It just takes a lot to notice around town this week.
Creighton (17-6, 7-4) became the latest team to learn the hard way just talented the Wildcats are and how they can win in almost any possible.
Omari Spellman hit four 3s and scored 14 points, Brunson made 4 of 5 3s and Bridges, Eric Paschall and Donte DiVincenzo each made three.
Marcus Foster led the Bluejays with 20 points.
(At) No. 13 Saint Mary's 79, San Francisco 43: Jock Landale bounced back from his lowest scoring game of the season and had 18 of his 26 points in the second half for Saint Mary's.
Tanner Krebs scored 12 points on four 3-pointers – all in the first half – while Emmett Naar had eight assists to pull within 18 of the school’s career record while helping the Gaels (22-2, 11-0 West Coast Conference) to their 17th consecutive win. Evan Fitzner added 10 points and nine rebounds.
The WCC’s leading scorer and rebounder, Landale had 18 of the Gaels’ first 20 points in the second half including two three-point plays. He also had a driving dunk as part of a 19-0 run that put Saint Mary’s up 68-30.
That was enough to extend the second-longest winning streak among Division I schools. The 17-game winning streak is also an ongoing school record for Saint Mary’s.
Jordan Ratinho had eight points to lead San Francisco (12-12, 4-7). Souley Boum , the Dons leading scorer, was held to five points on 2 of 7 shooting.
(At) No. 14 Gonzaga 69, San Diego 59: Johnathan Williams scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as No. 14 Gonzaga edged stubborn San Diego in a defensive battle.
Josh Perkins and Zach Norvell Jr. each scored 13 for Gonzaga (20-4, 10-1 West Coast), which has won 18 of the past 19 games against the Toreros.
Olin Carter III scored 21 points for San Diego (15-8, 6-5), a surprise team in the league this year.
(At) Temple 81, No. 16 Wichita State 79 (OT): Obi Enechionyia hit two free throws with 18.1 seconds left in overtime, and Temple beat Wichita State.
Quinton Rose scored 19 points for the Owls (12-10, 4-6 American Athletic Conference), and Josh Brown had 15. Shizz Alston Jr. shook off a poor shooting performance to score 12 points, including the tying bucket at the end of regulation.
Enechioinyia was fouled after grabbing an offensive rebound. Markis McDuffie then missed a 3 at the other end, and the rebound caromed into the backcourt as time expired and Temple fans stormed the floor.
The Owls earned another big win alongside upsets of Clemson and Auburn early in the season.
Shaquille Morris had 24 points and nine rebounds and Austin Reaves added 20 points for the Shockers (17-5, 7-3), who have dropped three of five.