Nebraska women make Boilers pay
LINCOLN, Neb. —
Every single player scored at least one point for Nebraska, who for the third consecutive time and sixth in the last seven, 75-51, over Purdue on Wednesday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
The Huskers used a 17-7 scoring difference in the second quarter to set the tone and wrapped it up in the fourth quarter with a plus-8 point differential, 24-16.
Nicea Eliley had the lion's share of points for the Huskers (15-6, 6-2) with her 13 and Maddie Simon added 12, while chipping in a team-leading six rebounds.
Freshman Taylor Kissinger (Minden, Neb.) scored eight points and helped Nebraska to a 38.1 percent rate of success from downtown.
Nebraska takes their 7-0 road record to Iowa City, Iowa Sunday to battle with the Hawkeyes, a team they recently topped, 74-65, at home.