Sophomore forward Aerial Powers had 23 points and added a career-high 18 rebounds for her 16th double-double to lead Michigan State to a 77-71 victory over Wisconsin in Big Ten women's basketball Sunday afternoon at Breslin Center.
The Spartans (10-10, 2-7 Big Ten) used 8-0 and 7-0 runs in the second half to take a lead they wouldn't relinquish.
Tori Jankoska added 19 points, Becca Mills scored 12 and freshman Kennedy Johnson had a season-best 11 points for Michigan State.
Nicole Bauman scored a career-high 23 for Wisconsin (7-12, 3-6), which led 34-33 at the half.
Big Ten men
(At) Ohio State 82, No. 23 Indiana 70: D'Angelo Russell had 22 points and added 10 assists and Jae'Sean Tate added a career-high 20 points for the Buckeyes (16-5, 5-3 Big Ten).
Indiana (15-5, 5-2) had its four-game winning streak snapped despite 26 points from Yogi Ferrell.
Ohio State turned 15 turnovers into 26 points in their highest-scoring conference game this season.
(At) No. 13 Maryland 68, Northwestern 67: Melo Trimble scored 27 points, and a tip-in by Dez Wells with 1.4 seconds left capped a furious comeback for Maryland.
The Terrapins (18-3, 6-2 Big Ten) never led until Trimble made two free throws with 21 seconds remaining to make it 66-65. After Tre Demps hit a jumper for the Wildcats, Trimble missed a 3-point try and Wells snared the rebound before scoring with a layup off the glass.
Brian McIntosh scored 21 for Northwestern (10-10, 1-6), which called timeout but could not get off a shot before the buzzer sounded and lost its sixth straight.
Top 25 men
(At) No. 2 Virginia 50, Virginia Tech 47: Justin Anderson scored eight of his 12 during a late 12-0 run and Virginia (19-0, 7-0 ACC) barely escaped a sold-out Cassell Coliseum with a victory.
The Cavaliers (19-0, 7-0 ACC) trailed 43-33 after the Hokies outscored them 30-9 in a long stretch spanning the halves.
Adam Smith's long 3-pointer spun around the inside of the rim and then popped back out as time expired. He scored 15 to lead the Hokies (8-11, 0-6).
(At) No. 4 Villanova 71, Creighton 50: Darrun Hilliard scored a season-high 24 points and Ryan Arcidiacono added 10 for Villanova (18-2, 5-2 Big East), which rebounded from one of its worst performances of the season.
James Milliken had 13 points for the Bluejays (9-12, 0-8), who lost their ninth straight game.
No. 8 Notre Dame 81, (at) N.C. State 78 (OT): Jerian Grant scored 25 and blocked a last-second shot for Notre Dame (19-2, 7-1 ACC), which rallied in the final minute to force overtime.
Pat Connaughton and V.J. Beachem added 11 points apiece for the Fighting Irish (19-2, 7-1 ACC).
Trevor Lacey scored 13 and Kyle Washington added 12 for N.C. State (13-8, 4-4).
No. 10 Louisville 80, (at) Pittsburgh 68: Terry Rozier scored 26, Montrezl Harrell added 18 points and seven rebounds and Louisville (16-3, 4-2 ACC) pulled away.
Jamel Artis led the Panthers (13-7, 3-4) with 18 points and eight rebounds.
(At) No. 12 Utah 77, Washington 56: Dakarai Tucker scored a career-high 19 points and Brandon Taylor added 14 as Utah (16-3, 6-1 Pac-12) won its 15th straight at home.
Andrew Andrews had 19 points to lead Washington (14-5, 3-4).
(At) No. 14 Wichita State 74, Drake 40: Ron Baker scored 15 and Tekele Cotton 10 in the 26th straight win for the Shockers (18-2, 8-0) against Missouri Valley opponents.
All 15 played for Wichita State (18-2, 8-0), which shot 51.9 percent (28-of-54).
Reed Timmer led Drake (4-16, 1-7) with eight points.
No. 20 Northern Iowa 54, (at) Illinois State 53: Nate Buss hit a 3-pointer from the corner with 5 seconds left for Northern Iowa (18-2, 8-1 Missouri Valley).
Seth Tuttle scored 21 for Northern Iowa (18-2, 8-1 Missouri Valley), which overcame a 12-point deficit in the final 11 minutes.
Bobby Hunter scored 13 for the Redbirds (12-8, 4-4).
(At) Butler 77, No. 24 Seton Hall 57: Andrew Chrabascz scored 15 of his 16 in the first half to lead the Bulldogs.
Kellen Dunham added 15 points and Roosevelt Jones had 12 and seven rebounds for Butler (15-6, 5-3 Big East).
Brandon Mobley finished with 15 points and Desi Rodriquez added 12 for the Pirates (13-6, 3-4), who have lost three straight.