CLEVELAND -- Julie Wojta scored 23 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and dished out five assists as Green Bay (No. 12 ESPN/USA Today, No. 11 AP) beat Cleveland State 90-59 on Thursday night.
Lydia Bauer had 16 points, Adrian Ritchie 14 and Megan Lukan 12 for Green Bay (22-1, 12-1 Horizon League) which shot 47 percent (31 of 66) as a team.
Wojta grabbed eight offensive rebounds as the Phoenix scored 18 second-chance points and outscored Cleveland State 42-26 in the paint.
Green Bay led 40-34 at halftime but opened the second half on a 25-8 run. The Phoenix pushed their lead to 65-42 behind a layup from Wojta.
Green Bay outscored the Vikings 50-28 in the second half.
Cleveland State (9-16, 4-10) shot just 38.9 percent (21 of 54) from the field and committed 17 turnovers. The Phoenix scored 24 points off those errors.
Cori Coleman led the Vikings with 21 points.
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