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No. 4 Ohio State women's basketball storms past Wright State 105-52

Rebeka Mikulasikova scored a game-high 18 points and Stark County native Taylor Mikesell added 16 as the Buckeyes won their fifth straight.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Rebeka Mikulasikova scored 18 points to lead six Ohio State players in double figures as the No. 4 Buckeyes rolled to a 105-52 win over Wright State on Wednesday.

The Buckeyes, who have won five straight, shot a season-best 55.7% from the field. They led 4-3 after nearly the first two minutes and the Raiders never got the lead.

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Madison Greene scored a season-high 17 points, Cotie McMahon and Stark County natice Taylor Mikesell added 16 apiece and Laurel High School grad Taylor Thierry posted 15 points for the Buckeyes.

Mikulasikova scored 11 points in the second quarter as Ohio State went on a 17-2 run. The Buckeyes entered halftime with a 56-28 lead.

McMahon scored 10 points in the third quarter as the Buckeyes shot a game-best 64.7% in the frame.

Ohio State held a 42-30 advantage on the glass and forced 23 turnovers. McMahon and Rikki Harris had five steals apiece.

Isabelle Bolender led Wright State with 13 points. Bryce Nixon added 11 and Columbus native Lauren Scott scored 1.

SHELDON OUT

Guard Jacy Sheldon, whose 27 steals through four games lead Ohio State, didn't play as she sat out and wore a boot on her right foot.

BIG PICTURE

Wright State: The Raiders lost their third of four to begin the year after defeating Ohio Christian of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics on Thursday. Seven of the 15 players on the team are freshmen.

Ohio State: Taylor Mikesell shot 4 of 9 from 3-point range as Ohio State shot a season-high 46.2% from distance. The Buckeyes finished fourth in the Big Ten in 3-point percentage a season ago and had their best performance from beyond the arc of the young season.

UP NEXT

Wright State: Travels to Eastern Illinois Monday.

Ohio State: Hosts North Alabama Sunday

AP women's college basketball

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