TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Roneeka Hodges scored seven of her school-record 39 points in overtime, helping Florida State overcome a 39-point effort by Shay Doron and defeat Maryland (No. 17 ESPN/USA Today, No. 15 AP) 95-91 on Sunday.
Doron also set a school single-game scoring mark.
Hodges made 15-of-26 shots from the field, including all three of her 3-point tries for the Seminoles (16-2, 3-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who overcame a 12-point deficit over the final 10 minutes of regulation.
Alicia Gladden had 17 for Florida State, with Ganiyat Adeduntan finishing with 13 and Holly Johnson adding 12 points and a game-high seven assists.
Crystal Langhorne had 19 points before fouling out late in regulation for Maryland, which got 10 from Kalika France.
Doron scored with 43 seconds left in regulation to give Maryland a 78-73 lead, but Florida State -- which surpassed its win total of last season -- rallied.
Adeduntan's three-point play with 28 seconds left cut the lead to two, and after Maryland missed the front end of a one-and-one, Hodges' layup with eight seconds left forced overtime.
Anesia Smith made two free throws early in overtime to give Maryland (12-3, 2-2) a one-point lead, but Hodges scored inside and Adeduntan connected on a jumper to put Florida State up 85-82 with 2:48 left.
Maryland got within one on three occasions down the stretch, but Linnea Liljestrand's 3-pointer with 41 seconds remaining sealed the win for the Seminoles.
Florida State made six of eight shot attempts in the extra session. Maryland shot 58.3 percent from the field, compared with 47.8 percent shooting by the Seminoles -- but Florida State scored 27 points off 22 turnovers by the Terrapins.