Missouri State shot 55 percent and out-scored visiting Loyola by 41 points over the final three quarters Sunday afternoon, topping the Ramblers by a 75-36 final at JQH Arena for head coach Kellie Harper’s 250th career win.
Missouri State held Loyola to 13.8 percent shooting in the first half, the lowest half total for an opponent in JQH Arena history.
Liza Fruendt scored 29 points to follow up her performance on Friday when she scored 31. She is the first MSU player with back-to-back games of 29 points or more since Jackie Stiles scored 32, 41 and 32 in consecutive games in the 2001 NCAA Tournament.
The senior also moved into a tie with Lisa Davies for 12th place on Missouri State’s career scoring list with 1,469 points.