No. 15 Purdue 46, Kansas St. 42

Brittany Rayburn scored 16 points and No. 15 Purdue outlasted

Kansas State 46-42 in overtime on Friday night in the Cancun


KK Houser added 11 while Sam Ostarello had seven points and 11

rebounds for the Boilermakers (6-0), who are off to their best

start since 2006-07.

Ostarello hit the only basket for Purdue in overtime to break a

40-40 tie. Rayburn made two free throws with 1:03 left and Houser

added two more with 48.4 seconds to play to seal the victory.

Purdue won for only the second time in 48 chances when scoring

under 49 points. The Boilermakers beat Kentucky 48-40 in 1999.

The Boilermakers were missing Courtney Moses, who was sidelined

with a concussion.

Jalana Childs scored 23 points to lead Kansas State (3-2), which

lost both of its games in Mexico.

Neither team shot well from the field with Purdue making just 30

percent while Kansas State was at 29 percent.