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The Ohio State Buckeyes achieved a remarkable 100-92 overtime victory over the No. 2 ranked Iowa, in front of a record-setting attendance of 18,660 fans at the Schottenstein Center. This was a historic moment as it marked the largest crowd for any indoor women’s college basketball game this season. The Buckeyes put an end to Iowa’s 15-game winning streak and improved their season record to 15-3, with a 6-1 standing in Big Ten play.

Cotie McMahon was the leading scorer for the Buckeyes, contributing a career-high 33 points, while Jacy Sheldon added 24 points in this thrilling game. Despite Iowa’s star player Caitlin Clark scoring an impressive 45 points, Ohio State managed to secure a well-deserved victory.

This win holds significance as it is Ohio State’s first of the season against a team currently ranked in the AP Top 25. The Buckeyes will now look forward to continuing their success as they face upcoming road games against Illinois and Purdue. The team’s next home game is scheduled against Wisconsin on February 1. This victory is a testament to the team’s determination and skill, and it has certainly left a mark in the college basketball season.

Summery :

– Ohio State earned a 100-92 overtime victory over No. 2 Iowa, ending their 15-game streak
– The biggest win of the Buckeyes’ season was in front of their largest home crowd of 18,660
– Caitlin Clark scored 45 points for Iowa, but the Buckeyes were led by Cotie McMahon with a career-high 33 points
– Ohio State will now play back-to-back road games and host Wisconsin in their next home game

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