Nalyssa Smith had 16 points and 11 rebounds, and No. 4 Baylor overpowered No. 23 Arizona State inside for a 65-59 victory Sunday night in a game played on the Navajo Nation.
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- 11/6W 100-39
- 11/8W 116-58
- 11/1123W 65-59
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