FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Macy Miller scored a career-high 20 points, and South Dakota State upset No. 25 Arkansas 80-75 in overtime Thursday night.
The victory, South Dakota State's first over a top-25 team on the road since December 2008, ended Arkansas' 28-game winning streak in nonconference games and its 42-game streak in nonconference home games.
Chynna Stevens grabbed 10 rebounds and scored 17 points for South Dakota State (5-2), including a 3-pointer with .4 seconds left in regulation that sent the game into overtime. Megan Waytashek added 14 points and Mariah Clarin 11.
Arkansas (6-1) was led by Kelsey Brooks' 28 points with Jhasmin Bowen adding 20 and Calli Berna 13. Melissa Wolff had 16 rebounds.
Waytashek scored seven points in overtime, including a pair of free throws for a four-point lead with 29 seconds left. Miller added two more with six seconds left for the final score.
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