WOMEN'S TOP 25 ROUNDUP \ Wednesday's games

No. 6 Michigan State 77, Michigan 34
EAST LANSING, Mich. -- Kelli Roehrig had 21 points and 10 rebounds, and sixth-ranked Michigan State earned at least a share of its second Big Ten title with a victory over Michigan in its regular-season finale. The Spartans (25-3, 14-2) can earn their first outright conference championship if Ohio State (12-2) loses at Purdue on Thursday night then beats visiting Penn State (13-2) on Sunday. Liz Shimek added 20 points and eight rebounds for the Spartans, who finished 13-0 at home and won their final nine games overall. Michigan (5-21, 1-14) lost to Michigan State for the sixth straight time and fell to 14-47 in the series.
No. 6 Baylor 70, Kansas 60
LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Steffanie Blackmon scored 20 points and Sophia Young had 18 points and nine rebounds as Baylor stretched its team-record winning streak to nine games. Aquanita Burras, a senior playing her last home game for Kansas, tied her career high with 24 points. At one point in the first half, she personally outscored the Lady Bears (22-3, 12-2 Big 12) 9-0. Erica Hallman added 21 points for Kansas (12-13, 5-9).
No. 13 Texas 83, Colorado 40
AUSTIN, Texas -- Heather Schreiber scored 17 points, and Texas forced 27 Colorado turnovers. Jamie Carey added 16 points for the Longhorns (18-7, Big 12 11-3), who stayed within a game of league leader Baylor with two to play. Colorado (8-17, 1-13), which has lost a school record 10 in a row, got 13 points from Jackie McFarland.
No. 14 Texas Tech 83, Oklahoma 70
NORMAN, Okla. -- Erin Grant scored a season-high 21 points, LaToya Davis had 16 of her 20 in the second half and Tech reached 20 wins for the 16th straight season. Cisti Greenwalt added 19 points for the Lady Raiders (20-5, 11-3). Dionnah Jackson scored 23 for Oklahoma (15-10, 7-7).
No. 17 Kansas St. 94, Nebraska 69
LINCOLN, Neb. -- Laurie Koehn scored 22 points for Kansas State, which shot 58 percent and rode a 26-4 surge. Kansas State (19-6, 10-4 Big 12) also got 18 points each from Claire Coggins and Kendra Wecker. Kiera Hardy had 21 points for Nebraska (16-10, 8-6).
No. 21 Iowa St. 76, Missouri 70
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Anne O'Neil hit two 3-pointers in the final 90 seconds to lead Iowa State. She finished with 20 points for the Cyclones (20-5, 10-4 Big 12), who also got 13 apiece from Katie Robinette and Lyndsey Medders. Tiffany Brooks had 19 points for Missouri (9-16, 3-11).
Associated Press