No. 5 South Carolina starts fast in an 85-49 win over Purdue
Destanni Henderson had 15 points and No. 5 South Carolina used a fast start on the way to routing Purdue 85-49 on Sunday. The Gamecocks returned from a week off due to final exams without missing a step in taking a 26-13 lead in the first quarter. Henderson led six players in double figures for South Carolina, which improved to 10-1 this season.
Ty Harris had 14 points and five assistants for the Gamecocks. Harris, a senior, was honored before the game for getting her 1,000th career point. Freshman Zia Cooke also had 14 points.