Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored a career-high 41 points Tuesday night — one point short of a school record — to lead No. 5 Maryland to an 87-67 victory over Purdue.
Kristen Confroy and Brionna Jones (Aberdeen) each scored 13 points, and Malina Howard added 12 to help the Terps (20-2, 9-1 Big Ten) win their eighth straight game.
“I came out aggressive tonight, and that set the tone,” said Walker-Kimbrough, who was 17-for-21 from the field, including 16-for-17 inside the 3-point arc. “My teammates did a great job finding me for open shots.”
The junior forward scored Maryland’s first 11 points, equaled the highest total ever by a...