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No. 20 Ohio State women dominate Lafayette 81-41

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Tayler Hill scored 19 points and No. 20 Ohio State never trailed in defeating Lafayette 81-41 Sunday for its 28th consecutive victory at home.

Hill, who has scored in double figures in 42 straight games, hit a 3-pointer 20 seconds into the contest and the Buckeyes (6-2) never looked back. They led 38-16 at halftime and by as many as 47 points, 78-31, with 4:11 left in the game.

Ohio State dominated both inside and out, outscoring the Leopards (3-7) 40-10 in the paint while making 9 of 17 shots from 3-point range (52.9%). Hill was 4 for 7 behind the arc.

Overall, the Buckeyes shot 56.4% (31 of 55) to 26.9% (14 of 52) for the Leopards, who have lost 11 consecutive road games.

Amber Stokes added 15 points and Ashley Adams had 10 for Ohio State.

Danielle Flacco scored 10 to lead Lafayette.

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