-- Fort Wayne connected on 16 three-pointers in the win at Chicago State, which is tied for third in program history.
-- With its win over No. 25 Arkansas, South Dakota State has now defeated a ranked opponent the last three years and four in the last seven seasons.
-- The Jackrabbits handed Arkansas (6-1) its first loss of the season. The Razorbacks were also ranked No. 1 in the RPI.
-- The Jacks tied the game after trailing by nine points with 27 seconds left to force overtime.
-- South Dakota's Tia Hemiller and South Dakota State's Macy Miller each scored a career-high 20 points.
Fort Wayne 79, Chicago State 62 | Recap
CHICAGO (gomastodons.com) -- The IPFW women's basketball team shot a combined 16-for-23 (69.6%) from beyond the three-point arc as the Mastodons defeated Chicago State 79-62. The win improves the 'Dons to 3-4 on the season.
Haley Seibert led all players as she tied a season-high with 24 points, including six three-pointers and was a perfect 6-for-6 at the free throw line. Kamilah Carter capped off the afternoon with 17 points while Courtney Ogle scored 14 points. Seibert, Carter, and Ogle combined to make 13 of the Mastodon's 16 three-pointers. Seibert and Carter each dished out a game-high four assists. Keanna Gary led the 'Dons with five rebounds.
As a team, IPFW's 16 three-pointers are tied for third most in program history, two behind the record of 18 set on February 15, 2001, at Missouri-St. Louis. The Mastodons shot 50 percent from the field in the first half and finished the game shooting 24-for-49 from the floor and 15-of-17 at the free throw line.
Indiana State 61, IUPUI 60 | Recap
INDIANAPOLIS (iupuijags.com) -- Trailing by as many as 12 points in the second half, the IUPUI women's basketball team rallied to take a one-point lead but it couldn't hold on late as its game-winning shot attempt rattled in and out resulting in Indiana State pulling out the 61-60 win Thursday evening at The Jungle.
Akilah Sims led the way offensively with nine points, but Caitlyn Tolen and Jenna Gunnprovided a spark for the Jags during their second-half comeback. They finished with four points and three steals, and eight points and six rebounds, respectively.
South Dakota State 80, No. 25/RV Arkansas 75 (OT)
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- Macy Miller scored a career-high 20 points and South Dakota State upset No. 25 Arkansas 80-75 in overtime on Thursday night.
The victory, South Dakota State's first victory over a Top 25 team on the road since December 2008, ended Arkansas' 28-game winning streak in nonconference games and its 42-game streak in nonconference home games.
Chynna Stevens grabbed 10 rebounds and scored 17 points for South Dakota State (5-2), including a 3-pointer with .4 seconds left in regulation that sent the game into overtime. Megan Waytashek added 14 points and Mariah Clarin 11.
Arkansas (6-1) was led by Kelsey Brooks' 28 points with Jhasmin Bowen adding 20 and Calli Berna 13. Melissa Wolff had 16 rebounds.
Waytashek scored seven points in overtime, including a pair of free throws for a four-point lead with 29 seconds left. Miller added two more with 6 seconds left for the final score.
South Dakota 85, UNI 77 | Recap
VERMILLION, S.D. (goyotes.com) -- Tia Hemiller scored a career-high 20 points while three more Coyotes added double-digit point totals as the South Dakota women's basketball team started its five-game homestand by topping Northern Iowa 85-77 in the DakotaDome on Thursday night.
Hemiller upped her previous career-high of 17 points that she recorded two weeks ago at Washington. She was 6-of-8 shooting in the game and 3-for-3 from beyond the 3-point arc. She also added six rebounds to the Coyote effort.