ROCHESTER, Mich. -- Jessica Lindstrom scored 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds and No. 23 Green Bay used a 28-3 run in the second half to roll to an 81-48 win over Oakland on Saturday for its sixth-straight win.
Allie LeClaire added 12 points for the Phoenix (17-2, 7-1 Horizon League).
Green Bay led 36-26 at the half and was up 39-29 when LeClaire made a layup. That started a run of eight straight points before Taylor Jones scored for Oakland, followed by eight more before a Jones free throw. The Phoenix scored the last five points of the third quarter and the first seven of the fourth quarter for a 65-32 lead with 7:13 remaining.
In that 8 1/2 minutes, Green Bay went 10 for 12 while the Grizzlies (10-9, 3-5) were 1 for 11.
The Phoenix finished 11 of 20 from distance and shot 59 percent overall to 28 percent for Oakland.
Sha'Keya Graves had 16 points for Oakland.
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Kayla Wells (19 points) says the Sugar Bears played tough defense, but Texas A&M was still able to find open players and come out on top for a 76-46 win.
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No. 15 Wildcats head coach Matthew Mitchell says Rhyne Howard's aggressiveness on offense really set the tone for the team in their 86-39 win against the 49ers.
No. 12 Texas A&M women beat Central Arkansas 76-46
Kayla Wells scored 18 points, Chennedy Carter had 12 points and nine assists and No. 12 Texas A&M beat Central Arkansas 76-46 on Wednesday.