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Published on NewsOK Modified: February 23, 2015 at 10:34 pm •  Published: February 23, 2015

It was the 19th straight victory for the Terrapins, their longest winning streak since a 21-game run in 1988-89.

After the game, Maryland was presented a trophy for winning the Big Ten regular-season title. The Terrapins (25-2, 16-0) clinched first place Saturday night when Ohio State beat Iowa.

That doesn't mean the Terps intend to coast to the finish in their inaugural Big Ten season. With victories over visiting Indiana on Thursday and at Northwestern on Sunday, Maryland will become only the third Big Ten women's team to go unbeaten in conference play, joining Ohio State (1984-85) and Purdue in (1998-99).

Candice Agee led Penn State (6-21, 3-13) with 10 points and Lindsey Spann added eight, but missed 12 of her 16 shots.

Mississippi 67, No. 13 Kentucky 59

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — Tia Faleru had 16 points and eight rebounds, and Gracie Frizzell hit five 3-pointers to help Mississippi snap a six-game losing streak.

Frizzell finished with 15 points for Mississippi (16-11, 6-8 SEC), which earned its 400th win at Tad Smith Arena. Danielle McCray scored 11 of 13 points after halftime and grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds. Erika Sisk scored 10 to go with a career-high eight assists.

McCray scored five during a 13-3 run which gave the Rebels a 65-55 lead with 1:01 remaining.

Linnae Harper had 16 points and 10 rebounds for Kentucky (19-8, 8-6), which was held well below its season average (76.9 per game) and has lost three in a row. Jennifer O'Neill scored 13 and Alexis Jennings added 10 and eight boards.

The game featured 11 ties and 13 lead changes.

No. 18 Chattanooga 56, Mercer 51

MACON, Ga. (AP) — Jasmine Joyner scored 18 points with six rebounds and seven blocked shots for Chattanooga.

Mercer opened a 10-2 lead over the first 6 ½ minutes as Chattanooga (25-3, 13-0 Southern) came out cold, making just 1 of 7 from the floor and missing its first two free throws. The Mocs chipped away throughout the rest of the half, and Destiny Bramblett's free throws with one second left drew Chattanooga to within two, 23-21, at the break.

Alicia Payne's layup with 2:07 left put Chattanooga up 51-49, and Ka'Vonne Towns followed with a jumper to make it a four-point game. Towns then made 3 of 4 at the line while Mercer made just one basket in the last two minutes.

Precious Bridges led Mercer (16-13, 8-5) with 19 points.