Toledo's Kaayla McIntyre goes to the basket around Eastern Michigan's Autumn Hudson during Wednesday's game at Savage Arena in Toledo.
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The University of Toledo women’s basketball team got a big performance from its top three scorers in Jay-Ann Bravo-Harriott, Kaayla McIntyre, and Mikaela Boyd and rode a big fourth quarter to an 80-69 victory over Eastern Michigan on Wednesday night at Savage Arena.
BOWLING GREEN — The Bowling Green State University women’s basketball team’s 88-67 home loss to Buffalo Wednesday had its roots in the Falcons’ first-half struggles at both ends of the floor.
BG allowed the visiting Bulls to shoot 53.1 percent from the field in the first half while making just 25.7 percent of its shots. The product was a 45-27 halftime hole the Falcons could not escape in a Mid-American Conference contest played at the Stroh Center. FULL STORY ■ PHOTO GALLERY
Toledo's Jaelan Sanford puts up a shot in a game against Western Michigan this season.
University of Toledo junior guard Jaelan Sanford is used to playing on the big stage.
During his senior season at Reitz High School in Evansville, Ind., Sanford said every game he played in was sold out. That 2014-15 season, Sanford led the Panthers to the Indiana Class 4A state title game, where his team fell 91-90 in overtime to eventual Purdue star and NBA player Caleb Swanigan and Homestead High School in front of 12,862 fans. FULL STORY
COLUMBUS — Individually, there is not much more for Kelsey Mitchell to accomplish.
The Ohio State senior is the NCAA leader in points among active players, the fastest ever to reach the 2,000-point mark, and she is on pace to pass former Baylor star Brittney Griner for third place in career points on Sunday. FULL STORY
ANN ARBOR — As the points piled up, Katelynn Flaherty was oblivious to all the hoopla.
She had no idea Diane Deitz’s program record was so close, and she never even considered Glen Rice’s school record.
Finally, the commotion became too loud to ignore. FULL STORY
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