Ohio State’s #4 runs through Wright State

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Rebeka Mikulasikova scored 18 points to lead six Ohio State players by double digits as the No. 4 Buckeyes scored a 105-52 win over Wright State on Wednesday.

The Buckeyes, who have won five straight games, shot a best 55.7% of the season from the field. They led 4-3 after almost the first two minutes and the Raiders never took the lead.

Madison Greene posted a season-high 17 points, Taylor Mikesell and Cotie McMahon added 16 each, and Taylor Thierry scored 15 points for the Buckeyes.

Mikulasikova scored 11 points in the second quarter as Ohio State put on a 17-2 run. The Buckeyes went into halftime with a 56-28 lead.

Isabelle Bolender led Wright State by 13 points. Bryce Nixon added 11 and Lauren Scott of Columbus scored 1.

No. 11 VIRGINIA TECH 73, MISSOURI 57

NASSAU, Bahamas — Kayana Traylor had 18 points, Elizabeth Kitley had 17 points and 10 rebounds and Virginia Tech used a strong third quarter to beat Missouri.

Virginia Tech was 17 minutes behind in the first half but scored 11 of the first 13 points after halftime and took a 37-30 lead when Missouri missed its first seven shots. The Hokies led by double digits for the final eight minutes of the game.

Georgia Amoore had 15 points with six assists to reach double figures for Virginia Tech (5-0) for the fifth straight season. Kitley became the eighth player in program history to reach 1,500 career points.

Haley Troup scored 21 points for Missouri (6-1). Hayley Frank, who averaged 14.2 points, was held to eight points on 3-of-9 shooting.

No. 17 UTAH 69, MISSISSIPPI 67

NASSAU, Bahamas — Alissa Pili scored 21 points, Kennady McQueen made two late free throws and Utah beat previously undefeated Mississippi at the Baha Mar Pink Flamingo Classic.

A 3-pointer from Isabel Palmer and a layup from Pili gave the Utes a 67-63 lead with 1:18 to go. Angel Baker made two free throws and Snudda Collins hit a jumper for Ole Miss who equaled it 67-67 by 20 seconds. Baker then fouled McQueen, who hit 2 of 3 from the line, and Ole Miss didn’t take another shot.

Marquesha Davis posted a career-high 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Ole Miss (5-1). Collins finished with 16 points.

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