Gopher women top Penn State 85-77

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Shae Kelley and Shayne Mullaney led the Gopher women's basketball team to an 85-77 win over Penn State on the road Sunday.

Kelley hit 23 points and Mullaney scored a career-high 18 including five three-pointers, according to Gopher Sports.

Also scoring in double digits were Carlie Wagner with 17 points and Mikayla Bailey with 11. The Gophers went .545 shooting beyond the arc and .431 overall.

Next up, the Gophers host Iowa Tuesday at Williams Arena. There are four more regular season games before the playoffs start on March 4.

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