Saylair Grandon scored 24 points, Lindsay Brown added 15 and visiting Idaho State (9-7, 3-2) used a 20-8 fourth-quarter run to beat Idaho (7-9, 2-3) 67-60 in Moscow in a Big Sky matchup on Saturday.
Idaho led 54-47 after three quarters. ISU’s Brown started an 8-0 spurt with a 3-pointer to bring things even, and another with 2:29 left gave Idaho State the lead for good.
The Vandals missed their last 12 shots of the game from the field.
Idaho State dominated the inside, outscoring Idaho 32-10 in the paint with a 43-34 rebound advantage.
Geraldine McCorkell led Idaho with 23 points and Mikayla Ferenz added 22. The rest of the team combined for 15.
The Vandals shot 26 percent after halftime, including 2 of 14 from beyond the arc.
Idaho travels to face Southern Utah on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
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