The Purdue women's basketball team improves to 7-2 on the season after beating Kent State, 77-64, Sunday in Mackey Arena. Purdue was lead by junior guard Karissa McLaughlin who scored 34 of Purdue's 77 points. McLaughlin was 9-15 on field goals, 6-10 on 3-pointers and 10-10 from the line. as Purdue finished the game with a 44.4 percent (8 of 18) 3-point shooting percentage. On the defensive end of the court, Purdue forced 13 turnovers and scored 11 points as a result. Led by junior guard Tamara Farquhar, the Boilermakers out rebounded Kent State 35-34 with Farquhar grabbing 8 of those rebounds.