Dan Cepeda, Associated Press
Wyoming's Dominique Sisk drives to the hoop during Wyoming's win Saturday afternoon in Casper, Wyo.

CASPER, Wyo. — Jodi Bolerjack and Hanna Zavecz each scored 16 points to help Wyoming beat Texas Woman's University 75-60 on Saturday in the Wyoming Shootout.

An 11-0 run midway through the second half gave the No. 24 Cowgirls (9-1) their biggest lead of the game, 55-33. TWU (3-5) never came closer than 14 points after that.

Wyoming outrebounded the Pioneers 49-28.

Aubrey Vandiver added 12 points and 10 rebounds for Wyoming, and Rebecca Vanderjagt also had 12 points for the Cowgirls.

Renee Renz led TWU with 19 points. Jessica Durr added 18.

(12) TEXAS A&M 62, (14) AUBURN 60: At College Station, Texas, Takia Starks scored 17 points and No. 12 Texas A&M held off a second-half comeback by No. 14 Auburn to hand the Tigers their first loss. The Aggies (9-1) never lost a 39-28 halftime lead despite a pair of 7-0 runs by Auburn, the latter getting the Tigers within 57-56 on a basket by Sherell Hobbs with 3:17 remaining.

(13) WEST VIRGINIA 93, PRESBYTERIAN 26: At Morgantown, W.Va., Meg Bulger scored 19 points and No. 13 West Virginia rolled to a 93-26 victory Saturday over Presbyterian, which is in its first year as a Division I program. The Mountaineers (9-1) scored 27 of the game's first 33 points and led 52-12 at halftime. Bulger scored 12 of West Virginia's first 19 points and had 16 midway through the first half. Her layup with 9:06 left boosted the lead to 33-8 before coach Mike Carey emptied his bench. Sharie Hopkins scored nine points for Presbyterian (1-9).