BROOKINGS, S.D. -- Ashley Eide scored 26 points to lead South Dakota State to a 60-55 victory against No. 15 Nebraska on Sunday.
Eide, who shot 10 of 17 from the floor, was the only player in double figures for the Jackrabbits (2-2). Katie Lingle had nine points and eight rebounds off the bench, and Leah Dietel had 10 rebounds.
Lindsey Moore scored 21 points and Jordan Hooper added 15 for the Cornhuskers (3-1).
Nebraska led 40-39 in the second half when South Dakota State took control with a 15-5 run over a 4:32 stretch. During the surge, Lingle and Megan Waytashek had four points each, and Hannah Strop added a 3-pointer.
The win was South Dakota State's third in 16 games against ranked opponents since it moved to Division I for the 2004-05 season.
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