Iowa State Upsets Top Seed Kansas State

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Alison Lacey drove coast-to-coast for a
three-point play with 4.5 seconds left in overtime, lifting Iowa
State to a 66-to-65 upset of 15th-ranked Kansas State today.
The Cyclones move on to the semifinals of the Big 12 women's
tournament.
K-State's Shalee Lehning responded by driving the length of the
court in 4 seconds and putting up a running bankshot. But the ball
rolled around the rim twice and then off as the buzzer sounded.
Lehning finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds for the
top-seeded Wildcats.
Lacey finished with 17 points for Iowa State (20-11). Jocelyn
Anderson added 11 points, including the game-tying putback with
four-tenths of a second left in regulation to send the game into
overtime.
Iowa State moves on to face either fourth-seeded Texas A&M or
12th-seeded Missouri, which upset Oklahoma in the first round.




 
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