GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Jessica Lindstrom scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and No. 20 Green Bay beat Northern Kentucky 58-41 Thursday night to avenge its only Horizon League loss.
The Phoenix (20-2, 10-1) have won 15 of their last 16, the only loss coming to the Norse, 62-54, on Dec. 30. Green Bay's other loss was against Mississippi State, currently ranked No. 2.
Lindstrom's double-double is her 11th this season. Allie LeClaire and Frankie Wurtz also scored 13 points for Green Bay, which made only 3 of 22 3-point attempts but outscored the Norse 38-14 in the paint.
Green Bay scored the game's first four points and added a 13-0 run in taking a 17-8 first-quarter lead and led the entire way. NKU (5-17, 3-8) got as close as eight late in the third quarter. Green Bay had a double-digit lead throughout the fourth.
Molly Glick scored 13 points for NKU.
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