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.