CLEVELAND -- Ashanti Abshaw, Khayla Livingston and Olivia Voskuhl each scored 21 points and Cleveland State ended No. 19 Green Bay's 11-game winning streak with a 71-60 victory.
Abshaw, who surpassed the 1,500-point milestone in her last game, hit six 3-pointers. Livingston, who became the Vikings' career 3-point leader, was 4 of 6, giving her 223, and had 10 assists. Voskuhl surpassed 1,000 career points by making 9 of 12 shots, 3 of 4 from distance.
The trio combined for 35 points in the first half and the Vikings (18-8, 10-5 Horizon League), who had lost 15 straight in the series they trail 62-6, shot 56 percent and took a 37-28 lead. They finished 13 of 22 behind the arc.
Green Bay (22-3, 12-2) never really got untracked, shooting 35 percent for the game, going 9 of 31 from distance, and had 18 turnovers.
Jessica Lindstrom had 23 points and a career-high 21 rebounds for the Phoenix, giving her 35 double-doubles in her career, tying former All-American Julie Wojta's school record.
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