SDSU Women’s Basketball Defeats Wichita State

(From the SDSU sports desk)

The South Dakota State women’s basketball team recorded its 950th all-time victory with a 96-64 nonconference win over Wichita State Wednesday night in front of 1,486 fans at Frost Arena.

Junior Macy Miller was one of four Jackrabbits to score in double figures as she recorded 22 points and a career- and game-high eight assists. Miller is now 19th all-time at State with 1,343 points. Junior Madison Guebert added 19 points and career-best six assists while freshman Myah Selland and junior Tagyn Larson each scored 15 points for SDSU, now 10-3. Miller has now scored 20-or-more points in a game six times this season while the 15 points are a career high for Larson.

Wichita State, which falls to 5-9, was led by Rangie Bessard’s game-high 25 points. Angiee Tompkins added 12 points and eight rebounds. State shot a season-best 69.2 percent from the field, making 36 of 52 shots.

The Jacks’ previous best was 52.4 percent (33 of 63) against George Washington Nov. 12. South Dakota State returns to the court Dec. 29 when it plays Florida Gulf Coast at 6 p.m. in Fort Myers, Fla.