Lexington, KY (Sports Network) - Kastine Evans made a go-ahead layup with 25 seconds remaining and sealed the win at the foul line, as No. 9 Kentucky earned a 78-74 comeback win over No. 16 South Carolina.
Evans broke a 72-72 tie with a bucket inside, and after South Carolina turned it over, Jennifer O'Neill sank two free throws for a four-point lead.
A quick basket by Ashley Bruner made it a one-possession game again, but Evans hit two from the stripe with nine seconds left to clinch the Wildcats' third straight win.
O'Neill finished with 19 points while A'dia Mathies added 15