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No. 9 Penn St. 74, OSU 54

No. 9 Penn St. 74, OSU 54

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Maggie Lucas had 23 points, including 12 during a 21-3 run, to lead No. 9 Penn State past Ohio State 74-54 on Sunday.

Dara Taylor and Talia East each added 12 points for the Nittany Lions (18-5, 9-2), who took over the top spot in the Big Ten a day earlier when Michigan State lost at Nebraska. They had won six in a row before a 73-70 loss to Iowa on Thursday night.

Raven Ferguson and Ameryst Alston each scored 16 points for the Buckeyes (14-13, 4-7), who have lost six of eight.

Alston, fourth in the Big Ten in scoring at 17.4 points a game, was held out of the starting lineup after she showed up late for the morning shootaround, held during a snow squall.

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