-- South Dakota State's Macy Miller scored a career-high 23 points in the loss to Green Bay.
-- Fort Wayne's Haley Seibert had her consecutive made free throw streak snapped at 54, the sixth longest in NCAA Division I history.
-- The Mastodons held the Hoosiers to its second-lowest three-point shooting percentage on the year.
Indiana 80, Fort Wayne 37 | Recap
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (gomastodons.com) -- The IPFW women's basketball team held Indiana to its second-lowest three-point shooting percentage of the season, but the Mastodons were unable overcome having a tough night of their own shooting the three, falling to the Hoosiers 80-37.
Haley Seibert led the Mastodons with 11 points, four assists, and two steals. Her consecutive made free throw streak was snapped at 54, which is sixth all-time in Division I history. Rachel Rinehart also scored in double-digits with 10 points to go along with a team-high six rebounds. Courtney Ogle and Kamilah Carter each chipped in five points off the bench for the 'Dons.
Green Bay 77, South Dakota State 75 | Recap
BROOKINGS, S.D. (gojacks.com) -- Despite a career-high 23 points by freshman guard Macy Miller, the South Dakota State University women's basketball team suffered a 77-75 nonconference loss to Green Bay Wednesday night in front of 1,802 fans at Frost Arena.
The Jacks, now 6-3 overall, also got 14 points from sophomore guard Kerri Young and 10 points from senior guard Megan Waytashek. Young also recorded five assists while Miller had a game-high two blocked shots.