SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Marina Mabrey scored 21 points, Arike Ogunbowale added 18 and No. 1 seed Notre Dame survived playing the second half without leading scorer Brianna Turner to beat ninth-seeded Purdue 88-82 in overtime Sunday night, advancing to the Sweet 16.
The Irish (32-3) won despite Turner, who averages 15.5 points, leaving with a left knee injury after landing awkwardly trying to catch a pass in the final minute of the first half. Turner finished with 10 points and one rebound.
Ashley Morrissette scored 23 points and Bridget Perry had 22 for Purdue (23-13), which lost to Maine by 20 points in its season opener. The Boilermakers are coached by former Maine coach Sharon Versyp.
OHIO STATE 82, KENTUCKY 68: Tori McCoy scored six straight points midway through the fourth quarter to help the fifth-seeded Buckeyes (28-6) withstand Kentucky’s furious rally from a 19-point second-half deficit and escape with a win in Lexington, Kentucky.
Fourth-seeded Kentucky (22-11) trailed 50-31 early in the third quarter but closed to 65-64 with 6:04 remaining. Ohio State answered with eight straight points, led by McCoy, a freshman who finished with 14 points and 12 rebounds.
TEXAS 84, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 80: Brooke McCarty scored 23 points and third-seeded Texas (25-8) got a putback from Joyner Holmes with 4 seconds left to clinch a win over No. 6 North Carolina State (23-9), at Austin, Texas.
Lashann Higgs gave Texas a two-point lead when she made one free throw with eight seconds left but missed the second. Holmes grabbed the rebound, missed her first shot, grabbed another rebound and scored to seal the win. Holmes finished with 16 points and nine rebounds.
MARYLAND 83, WEST VIRGINIA 56: Destiny Slocum nailed a 70-foot shot to cap a pivotal second quarter for Maryland, and the third-seeded Terrapins (32-3) advanced to the Sweet 16.
Brionna Jones had 22 points and 11 rebounds, Slocum scored 21 points and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough added 19 for Maryland.
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MISSISSIPPI STATE 92, DEPAUL 71: Blair Schaefer scored 18 points, Jazzmun Holmes added 14 and second-seeded Mississippi State (31-4) used a 14-0 run in the third quarter to pull away from seventh-seeded DePaul (27-8) in Starkville, Mississippi.
SOUTH CAROLINA 71, ARIZONA STATE 68: A’ja Wilson scored 21 points, including a putback that gave top-seeded South Carolina the lead for good and the free throws that sealed it, to help the Gamecocks (29-4) beat eighth-seeded Arizona State (20-13) in Columbia, South Carolina.
FLORIDA STATE 77, MISSOURI 65: Shakayla Thomas scored 20 points and third-seeded Florida State (27-6) advanced to the Sweet 16 for the third straight season with a victory over No. 6 seed Missouri (22-11), in Tallahassee, Florida.
OREGON STATE 64, CREIGHTON 52: Sydney Wiese scored 13 points and second-seeded Oregon State (31-4) beat seventh-seeded Creighton (24-8) in Corvallis, Oregon.