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OSU women rally to beat Michigan, 61-50

OSU women rally to beat Michigan, 61-50

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Raven Ferguson and Maleeka Kynard combined for 28 points off the bench as Ohio State beat Michigan 61-50 at Crisler Center in Ann Arbor Thursday night.

Ferguson scored 16 points and Kynard added 12 as the Buckeyes’ bench outscored the Wolverines’ 30-6.

OSU saw an eight-point lead vanish during a five minute stretch late in the first half, but Ferguson scored 12 of her points as they clawed their way back, putting together a 21-12 run to take the lead for good on a Cait Craft three-pointer with 8:12 to play.

Ameryst Alston and Ashley Adams added 11 points apiece for Ohio State (13-9, 3-3).

Shannon Smith led the scoring for Michigan (13-6, 4-2) with 17 points while Nicole Elmblad scored 11 points and snagged 10 rebounds for the Wolverines, who led 26-21 at halftime but .

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