GREEN BAY, Wisconsin (Ticker) -- It took a couple of career days for Xavier to overcome upstart Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Nicole Levandusky scored a career-high 30 points and sophomore Reeta Piipari handed out a career-best 13 assists, helping the Lady Musketeers rally for an 89-74 victory over the Phoenix.
Jennifer Phillips added 16 points, Piipari and fellow Finn Taru Tuukkanen had 14 apiece and Jennifer Parr scored 11 for Xavier (5-0).
Mandy Stowe and Trisha Ebel scored 16 points apiece and Anne Warden added 11 for Green Bay (3-3), which has alternated wins and losses.
The Phoenix led for most of the first half and went up 54-43 on Warden's layup with 14:52 left in the game, but over the next 10 minutes, the Lady Musketeers turned it around.
Levandusky, Piipari and Phillips scored nine points apiece in a 33-10 run, capped by Levandusky's layup that gave Xavier a 76-64 lead with 4:13 to play. Piipari hit a pair of free throws and Parr hit three in the surge.
The Phoenix got within 78-69 on a 3-pointer by Ebel with 2:39 to play, but Phillips hit a pair of free throws and Levandusky nailed a 3-pointer and the Lady Musketeers won going away.