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Nebraska women make Boilers pay

Nebraska head coach Amy Williams cheers on her defense, Jan. 24, 2018 (KHGI)

Every single player scored at least one point for Nebraska, who for the third consecutive time and sixth in the last seven, 75-51, over Purdue on Wednesday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

The Huskers used a 17-7 scoring difference in the second quarter to set the tone and wrapped it up in the fourth quarter with a plus-8 point differential, 24-16.

Nicea Eliley had the lion's share of points for the Huskers (15-6, 6-2) with her 13 and Maddie Simon added 12, while chipping in a team-leading six rebounds.

Freshman Taylor Kissinger (Minden, Neb.) scored eight points and helped Nebraska to a 38.1 percent rate of success from downtown.

Nebraska takes their 7-0 road record to Iowa City, Iowa Sunday to battle with the Hawkeyes, a team they recently topped, 74-65, at home.

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