GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Megan Lukan scored 22 points and No. 25 Green Bay defeated Valparaiso 80-38 on Saturday to win its 17th game in a row.
Sarah Eichler scored 13 and Breannah Ranger had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Phoenix (22-2, 12-0 Horizon), who last lost on Dec. 5 at Central Michigan.
Green Bay never trailed, led 39-13 at halftime and shot 48 percent in the game. All 11 Green Bay players who participated scored in the game.
Shaquira Scott led the Crusaders (9-16, 4-8) with nine points. Valparaiso made just three field goals in the first half, shooting 10 percent. The Crusaders finished at 21 percent from the field.
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