Tori Jankoska broke two records for Michigan State last night.  Jankoska scored 42 points, breaking the Spartans' single-game and all-time scoring records in a 94-75 victory over No. 11 Ohio State on Tuesday night.   She passes Aerial Powers' on the all-time scoring list, and broke Maxann Reese's 1999 mark of 41 points in a game.

MSU Coach Suzy Merchant said it was quite a thing to watch.

"I felt like I should’ve bought a ticket to the game. I didn’t feel like coaching watching her out there. I’ve seen, Aerial (Powers) had some games where she’s had 22 or 20 plus in the first half but I looked up there and she had 31. Unbelievable. I wasn’t worried about it because Tori’s a tough kid but I was hoping that she would get to that seven sooner rather than later, and I swear I looked out and she started the game with eight points. That girl broke the record. What a way to do it, you know? In front of a really good crowd, on TV, here at home. It was just special. It was a special moment for sure."