DATYON, Ohio -- Andrea Hoover scored 15 points and hit a key 3-pointer with less than a minute remaining to lift Dayton to a 72-66 upset of No. 24 Wisconsin-Green Bay on Sunday.
Kaili Lukan scored for Green Bay to tie it with 1:17 left before Hoover hit her trey with 54 seconds to go. The Phoenix couldn't get off a shot on the ensuing series, and Amber Deane made a pair of free throws to stretch the Flyers' lead to 71-66 with 20 seconds left.
Megan Lukan and Tesha Buck each missed treys for the Phoenix, and Ally Malott made one of two free throws for the Flyers to end it.
Green Bay led by nine at the half before Dayton took its first lead, 59-57, at the 5:25 mark.
Kelley Austria, Deane and Malott finished with 14 points for Dayton (8-3).
Kaili Lukan scored 17 points to lead Green Bay (9-3).
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