-- Fort Wayne used a pair of 10-0 runs to start the first and second halves to defeat Grace College.
-- A 31-4 run keyed IUPUI's victory over Eastern Illinois.
-- With the loss to Creighton, South Dakota State saw its 22-game home court win streak snapped.
-- South Dakota State's Mariah Clarin scored a career-high 21 points in the loss to Creighton.
Fort Wayne 90, Grace College 51 | Recap
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- (gomastodons.com) A pair of 10-0 runs to start the first and second halves propelled the IPFW women's basketball team past Grace 90-51, as a part of IPFW's 3rd annual Fitness Day Challenge.
All 12 Mastodon players that entered the game had at least a point and a rebound, while nine of them made an assist.
Haley Seibert and KeShyra McCarver led all players with 16 points on the afternoon. McCarver also led the way with six rebounds as she connected on 6-of-7 from the floor, including 4-of-5 from beyond the arc.
IUPUI 66, Eastern Illinois 44 | Recap
INDIANAPOLIS -- (iupuijags.com) Over a 13:22 stretch spanning the first and second halves, the IUPUI women's basketball team went on a 31-4 run turning a 10-point deficit into a double-figure lead keying the Jags to a 66-44 win over Eastern Illinois Tuesday evening at The Jungle.
Nevena Markovic scored 16 points on a perfect 6-of-6 shooting from the floor to lead the Jags in scoring, and Akilah Sims and Jenna Gunn tacked on 12 points apiece to round out IUPUI's double-figure scorers.
IUPUI dominated the glass corralling 50 rebounds compared to EIU's 38, and Shanika Maddox and Gunn both snatched a team-high nine, including six on the offensive glass for Gunn.
Creighton 88, South Dakota State 81 | Recap
BROOKINGS, S.D. -- (gojacks.com) Despite four players scoring in double figures, the South Dakota State University women's basketball team suffered an 88-81 nonconference loss to Creighton Tuesday night in front of 1,821 fans at Frost Arena.
The Jackrabbits, now 1-1, saw their 22-game home win streak, tying the school record, snapped.
Senior forward Mariah Clarin scored a career-high 21 points and snared a game-high 9 rebounds to lead the Jacks. Classmate Megan Waytashek added 17 points while sophomore Kerri Young added 15 points. Freshman Macy Miller scored 11 points. Miller and Waytashek each had three assists while Miller and Clarin each blocked two shots.