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Michigan State downs Wisconsin 76-66

Published On: Feb 20 2014 10:00:51 PM CST


Michigan State had six players score in double figures as the Spartans defeated the Wisconsin Badgers, 76-66, in a Big Ten women's basketball game at the Kohl Center in Madison Thursday night.

Becca Mills led a balanced scoring attack with 15 points. Tori Jankoska added 14, Annalise Pickrel 12, Aerial Powers 11 and Branndais Agee and  Jasmine Hines each had 10 for the Spartans.

Taylor Wurtz and Michaela Johnson had 15 points apiece to lead Wisconsin. Jackie Gulzcynski added 11 points and seven rebounds.

Michigan State moves its record to 18-8 overall and 10-3 in the Big Ten. Wisconsin drops to 10-16 overall and 3-11 in the Big Ten.

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