#SummitWBB Scoreboard (Dec. 2)

Oral Roberts' Bernadett Balla
Oral Roberts' Bernadett Balla

Notes:
-- Oral Roberts' Vicky McIntyre recorded her NCAA leading sixth double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds in the win over Southwestern Christian.
-- All 10 Fort Wayne players that saw action in the overtime loss to Detroit recorded at least one point and one rebound.

Oral Roberts 88, Southwestern Christian 49 | Recap
TULSA, Okla. (oruathletics.com) -- The Oral Roberts University women's basketball team led start to finish as they cruised to an 88-49 win over Southwestern Christian inside the Mabee Center Tuesday afternoon.

A trio of players scored in double figures for ORU led by freshman Jordan Gilbert's 18 points. Gilbert made one of the Golden Eagles 12 three-pointers in the win as Atoe' Jackson was 3-of-4 beyond the arc finishing with 13 points.

For the second consecutive game the Golden Eagles eclipsed the 50 rebound plateau as Vicky McIntyre posted her NCAA leading sixth double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

Detroit 81, Fort Wayne 74 (OT) | Recap
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (gomastodons.com) -- The IPFW women's basketball team dropped a home game for the first time this season, falling in overtime to Detroit 81-74.
 
Haley Seibert led the Mastodons with 14 points on the night. Rachel Rinehart and Courtney Ogle also finished in double-digits for the 'Dons with 12 and 10 points, respectively. Ogle led the team with nine rebounds and two blocks, while Rinehart and KeShyra McCarver each grabbed eight rebounds.
 
All 10 IPFW players that saw action had at least one point and one rebound.

No. 23/25 Mississippi State 109, North Dakota State 58
STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) -- Victoria Vivians scored 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds and Breanna Richardson added 17 points and 13 rebounds to lead No. 23 Mississippi State women past North Dakota State 109-58 on Tuesday night.

LaKaris Salter scored 16, Morgan William added 12 and Sherise Williams 11 for Mississippi State (7-0), which has now started back-to-back seasons with seven straight wins for the first time in program history.

Vivians scored eight points, including two of her six 3-pointers, during a 13-2 run to open the game.

After Marena Whittle made North Dakota State's first field goal of the game, a jumper with 15:51 left in the first half, a three-point play by Williams sparked a 12-4 run that made it 26-8 midway through the period. Vivians hit two more 3's during that stretch.Mississippi State out-rebounded NDSU 53-30, forced 21 turnovers and shot 52 percent from the field, including 11 of 22 3-pointers.