BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Jenn Anderson scored 19, Tyra Buss grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds and Amanda Cahill had 13 points and 13 boards to lead Indiana women past No. 24 Michigan State 70-51 on Wednesday night.
Buss added 10 points for Indiana (11-2, 1-1 Big Ten), which held Michigan State to its lowest scoring output of the season, more than 22 points below its season average.
Michigan State (8-5, 0-2) jumped out to a 7-2 lead, but the Spartans went scoreless over the next 6-plus minutes.
Six different players scored during the decisive 16-0 Indiana run over that stretch, including a layup by Alexis Gassion that gave the Hoosiers the lead, 8-7, for good.
Michigan State, which came into the game ranked 10th nationally in rebound margin (plus-11.8), was outrebounded 49-34, including 15-6 on the offensive glass.
Becca Mills fouled out with just two points, more than nine fewer than her season average, for the Spartans.
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