Erika Foy’s big bench night powered the No. 12 Indiana Tech women’s basketball team to a 79-50 win over Lawrence Tech on Wednesday in Southfield, Michigan.
Foy shot 8-of-10 from the field, netting 20 points in just 17 minutes for the Warriors (23-4, 16-1 WHAC).
Indiana Tech held Lawrence Tech (17-10, 11-6), who got 17 points from Homestead graduate Teryn Kline, without a field goal over the final 7:08.
BALL STATE 60, TOLEDO 58: In Toledo, Ohio, Arbrie Benson’s layup gave the Cardinals a 39-38 lead with 7:47 remaining, a lead the visitors never surrendered. Jasmin Samz led Ball State (16-7, 8-3 MAC) with 15 points, while Central Noble product Sydney Freeman led the Cardinals with five assists.
SAINT FRANCIS 70, MOUNT VERNON NAZARENE 56: At the Hutzell Center, five Cougars scored at least 10 points in the Crossroads League contest, led by Lauren McBryar’s 15-point night. No. 10 USF (21-5, 12-3 CL) finished 22-of-26 from the foul line.
INDIANA WESLEYAN 56, HUNTINGTON 52: At the Platt Center, the 21st-ranked Wildcats relied on a 35-26 edge through the middle two quarters. Warsaw graduate Dayton Groninger led IWU (20-7, 11-4 CL) with 16 points, with the Foresters (19-8, 8-7) seeing Sarah Fryman shoot her way to 31 points.
GRACE 71, SPRING ARBOR 65: In Spring Arbor, Michigan, a familiar tandem of Kyannah Stull and Vironnica Drake led the Lancers to victory, with Stull scoring 24 and Drake adding 23 for Grace (18-9, 9-6 CL). Spring Arbor (7-19, 2-13) never led.
TRINE 66, ALBION 50: In Albion, Michigan, a week off didn’t hurt the Thunder, who won for the 10th straight time. Trine (18-4, 12-1 MIAA) broke out for 44 second-half points, with Kayla Wildman’s 18 leading the way.
BLUFFTON 65, MANCHESTER 58: In Bluffton, Ohio, the Beavers led by just one point through three quarters. Hannah Lindsey led three Spartans (8-14, 5-10 HCAC) in double figures with 15.
CALVIN 78, TRINE 71: In Angola, the Knights trailed 38-29 at intermission before rallying. Langston Johnson scored 22 of his 32 points after halftime for Trine (13-9, 7-4 MIAA), but his teammates combined to shoot just 3-of-22 in the second half.
BLUFFTON 55, MANCHESTER 42: In North Manchester, the Beavers claimed the HCAC road victory by outscoring the Spartans 29-8 in the first 20 minutes. Abdul Ogunnaike’s 10 points led Manchester (8-14, 6-9).
INDIANA TECH 53, LAWRENCE TECH 41: In Southfield, Michigan, the Warriors limited the hosts to a 16-of-59 shooting performance to improve to 13-4 in WHAC play. Lucas Lehrman’s 16-point night paced a trio of double-digit offensive showings for Indiana Tech (17-10 overall).