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Women's basketball beats Wisconsin, 54-48

March 3, 2013

Jasmine Thomas missed the final shot she ever took at Breslin Center in a Spartan uniform.

It didn’t matter, though. It was a free throw with 2.3 seconds left in the game and MSU held a six-point lead.

The senior guard led the MSU women’s basketball team to a 54-48 win in the regular season finale over Wisconsin with 14 points, nine rebounds and three steals.

The win guaranteed the Spartans a top-four finish in the Big Ten and subsequent first-round bye in the conference tournament this week.

With 3:20 to play, the Badgers cut the MSU lead to three on a layup by Morgan Paige. The Spartans would go on to close the game on a 4-1 run.

It was an even scoring attack for MSU, as eight different Spartans logged points. Sophomore guard Kiana Johnson had 10 points and five assists while junior forward Annalise Pickrel finished with nine points.

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