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College basketball

Hot-shooting Notre Dame rolls

– Jerian Grant scored 22 points to lead Notre Dame to a 92-65 win over Chicago State on Monday night.

The Irish (6-1) took a 51-32 lead into the break, thanks largely to their blistering accuracy from three-point land. They hit 10 of 16 three-point attempts in the first half, a 62.5-percent clip.

Scott Martin and Cameron Biedscheid each hit 3 of 5 three-pointers for the Irish. They finished 12 of 22, or 55 percent, from behind the arc, and 61 percent overall.

Grant hit a baseline drive and drew a foul, then made the free throw, to give Notre Dame its then-biggest lead, 42-27, with 3:20 left in the half.

Women

INDIANA 64, IPFW 47: In Bloomington, the Hoosiers jumped out to a 38-20 halftime lead and were never threatened. Indiana hit 15 of 22 from the floor in the first half for 68 percent and finished shooting 25 of 47 for 53 percent.

The Mastodons (2-3), who had 10 steals, were led by Amanda Hyde’s 11 points and 8 rebounds. Rachel Mauk had 10 points.

Aulani Sinclair led IU with 18 points.

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