Sunday's roundup: Powers leads Michigan State women
Chicago — Aerial Powers had 14 points, 14 rebounds, five assists and a career-high three blocks to lead No. 19 Michigan State to a 90-38 rout of Loyola of Chicago on Sunday.
Michigan State used a 19-0 run to help build a 37-11 lead with 4:41 to play in the first half of the first meeting between the schools. An 11-4 run stretched the Spartans' lead to 48-15 at halftime.
Becca Mills scored 22 points to lead the Spartans. Tori Jankoska and Lexi Gussert added 15 points, and Jasmine Lumpkin had nine points with 11 rebounds. Powers picked up her seventh double-double of the season.
It was the largest margin of victory for Michigan State (6-2), and the second by more than 40 points this season.
Taylor Johnson had 14 points and five steals to lead Loyola (2-6).
More state women
Detroit 83, (at) Toledo 72: Redshirt sophomore Rosanna Reynolds scored 26 points, senior Ellisha Crosby had a season-high 24 with eight rebounds and two assists, and the Titans broke a school record with 15 3-pointers in the final game of the Glass City Classic for their first win in Toledo since 2003.
Reynolds hit seven 3-pointers and also had nine rebounds and two assists, and Crosby was named tournament MVP.
Darianne Seward and Haleigh Ristovski (10 rebounds) added 14 and 13 points, respectively, for Detroit (4-5), which never trailed. The Titans broke their mark of 13 threes set at Butler on Jan. 30, 1999. Detroit was 12-of-21 on 3-pointers in the first half alone.
Brenae Harris scored 25 to lead four Rockets (4-4) in double figures.
(At) Ohio State 83, Western Michigan 46: Kelsey Mitchell scored 22 and Ameryst Alson 21, and the Buckeyes (7-4) pulled away with a 15-1 run to close the first half.
Miracle Woods had 18 points, seven rebounds and three blocks for the Broncos (4-3). Jessica Jessing finished with 14 points and seven rebounds.
Western Michigan 80, (at) Pacific 72: Connar Tava scored 19 points on 8-of-11 shooting to lead Western Michigan.
The Broncos (6-3) shot 56 percent from the floor, including 8 of 19 from beyond the arc. David Brown scored 16 points and Austin Richie added 14.
Western Michigan built a 39-35 lead at the break shooting 54 percent in the half as Thomas Wilder hit 4 of 5 for all of his eight points in the game.
Dulani Robinson led Pacific (6-4) with 23 points, including five 3-pointers. T.J. Wallace added 15 points and David Taylor had 11.
Big Ten men
(At) Penn State 64, George Washington 51: D.J. Newbill scored 20 points, Brandon Taylor added 17 and Penn State (10-1) took its eighth straight win.
The Nittany Lions (10-1), who also got 10 points from Shep Garner, shot 38.7 percent from the field and were a perfect 9 of 9 from the free throw line.
Kevin Larsen and Patricio Garino scored 15 apiece for George Washington (6-3).
Rutgers 63, Manhattan 55: Kadeem Jack scored a season-high 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Rutgers (6-4) in the first game of the ECAC Holiday Festival at The Garden.
Junior Etou added 16 points and eight rebounds for Rutgers (6-4).
Emmy Andujar led Manhattan (2-6) with 21 points and nine rebounds.
(At) Northwestern 101, Mississippi Valley State 49: Alex Olah scored 17 and Bryant McIntosh and Tre Demps scored 15 each for the Wildcats (6-3), who scored 54 points in the second half.
Latrell Love scored 15 for Mississippi Valley (1-8).
Top 25 men
(At) No. 4 Louisville 68, UNC Wilmington 57: Terry Rozier and Montrezl Harrell each scored 19 points and played big roles down the stretch in helping Louisville (9-0) survive.
Freddie Jackson scored 16 points for the stubborn Seahawks (3-3).
(At) No. 7 Villanova 85, Temple 62: Josh Hart and Darrun Hilliard each scored 20 points to lead Villanova (10-0).
Quenton DeCosey led the Owls (6-4) with 18 points.
(At) No. 14 Iowa State 88, Southern 78: Georges Niang and Bryce Dejean-Jones each scored 18 for Iowa State (8-1).
Tre Lynch scored 20 of his 22 points in the second half to lead Southern (2-8).
(At) Tennessee 67, No. 15 Butler 55: Josh Richardson scored 18 of his 20 after halftime, and Tennessee (4-3) rallied from a 12-point second-half deficit to beat Butler.
Kevin Punter added 18 points for Tennessee (4-3).
Kellen Dunham scored 16 for Butler (8-2), which was 6-of-23 and committed nine turnovers in the second half. Kelan Martin added 13.
(At) No. 17 Washington 81, Eastern Washington 77: Nigel Williams-Goss and Darin Johnson hit 3-pointers in the final 1:16 to cap a big comeback for Washington.
Robert Upshaw led Washington with a career-high 21 points and added nine rebounds and six blocks. Williams-Goss had 19 points and Andrew Andrews 18 for the Huskies (8-0).
Eastern Washington (8-2) led by double-digits with about 11 minutes to play when Washington started to rally. Upshaw's tip-in with 1:42 to play gave the Huskies their first lead since midway through the first half, 71-70.
No. 22 West Virginia 69, Marshall 66: Juwan Staten scored 15, including two free throws with seven seconds left to preserve victory for West Virginia (9-1) in Charleston.
Justin Edmonds led Marshall (3-6) with 18 points.
No. 24 St. John's 74, Fordham 53: Rysheed Jordan came off the bench and tied a career high by scoring 24 to lead St. John's (8-1) in the ECAC Holiday Festival. D'Angelo Harrison added 22 for St. John's (8-1).
Eric Paschall's 14 points led Fordham (3-5).
Duke says 6-8 forward Semi Ojeleye has received a full release and is expected to transfer to another Division I school.