No. 9 Maryland women beat Wisconsin for 10th straight
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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Chloe Bibby scored 19 points and Diamond Miller added 17 to help No. 9 Maryland beat Wisconsin 79-70 on Sunday afternoon for its 10th consecutive victory.

The Terrapins' only loss this season is an 81-72 setback to then-No. 24 Missouri State on Nov. 28.

Sydney Hilliard scored 19 and Julie Pospisilova had 18 for Wisconsin (3-8, 0-8 Big Ten). Imani Lewis added 17 points and 14 rebounds.

Maryland (11-1, 7-0) outrebounded Wisconsin 44-29 and got a career-high 17 rebounds from Mimi Collins, who also scored 13 points. The 6-foot-3 sophomore forward's previous career high in rebounds was 11.

Ashley Owusu added 14 points and Katie Benzan had 12 for Maryland.

The Badgers played their second ranked team in four days. They suffered a 19-point home loss to No. 13 Michigan on Thursday.

Maryland has 24 straight Big Ten victories and has won all nine games it has ever played against Wisconsin.


Maryland entered Sunday’s game averaging 93.7 points to lead all Division I teams in scoring offense with a 93.7 points-per-game average. The Terps' 79-point output against Wisconsin was their lowest in Big Ten competition and second-lowest of the season.


Maryland: The Terps have used a balanced scoring attack to remain unbeaten in the Big Ten. All of Maryland’s starters have double-figure scoring averages and reached double figures again Sunday.

Wisconsin: The Badgers utilized a strong scoring attack to stay in contention against Maryland. They also got a big resurgence from Hilliard, their leading scorer this season. Hilliard had scored only one point and had shot 0 of 7 from the field in the loss to Michigan.


Maryland hosts Iowa on Thursday.

Wisconsin is at Purdue on Thursday.


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No. 9 Maryland women beat Wisconsin for 10th straight
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