Monday's roundup: Oakland women make easy work of NDSU

Detroit News staff and wires

Taylor Gleason scored a career-high 22 and Hannah Little finished with 18 points and 13 rebounds in leading Oakland to a 95-66 women's basketball victory over visiting North Dakota State Monday.

Sha'Keya Graves added 18 points while Taylor Jones had 15 for Oakland (5-3), which remains unbeaten at home (3-0). Taylor Thunstedt had 16 points for North Dakota State (1-8).

More state women

(At) Xavier 61, Michigan 58: Katelynn Flaherty scored 21 and Siera Thompson added 12 for Michigan (7-2).

Big Ten

(At) Iowa 95, Stetson 68: Cordell Pemsl scored 21 as Iowa (4-5) ended a four-game losing streak. Isaiah Moss, a redshirt freshman, pumped in five 3-pointers and scored 21 for Iowa, which also got 15 points, eight rebounds and seven assists from Peter Jok. Leo Goodman led Stetson (4-6) with 14 points. Iowa had surrendered 100, 92 and 98 points in its last three games.

Top 25

(At) No. 25 Iowa State 91, Nebraska-Omaha 47: Deonte Burton scored 20 and Iowa State snapped a two-game losing streak. Donovan Jackson had 15 for the Cyclones (6-2), who hit 15 of 29 3=pointers and rolled to their third win of 40 or more points this season.

Eastern Kentucky player arrested

Authorities say an Eastern Kentucky basketball player has been arrested on a rape charge.

Records at Kentucky’s Madison County Detention Center show Jaylen Babb-Harrison, 23, was arrested Sunday in Richmond and charged with first-degree rape.

A statement from Eastern Kentucky officials said Babb-Harrison, a redshirt senior guard, has been suspended from the team.

It says school officials are cooperating with police.

Local media outlets cited an arrest citation showing police were called to a Richmond hospital when a female reported she was at Babb-Harrison’s home and he had sex with her against her will.