WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) _ Jannon Roland hit a 15-foot jump shot with 10 seconds remaining as No. 22 Purdue held off Big Ten leader Wisconsin 68-66 in women's college basketball Friday night.

Roland, who scored 18 points, hit the game-winner after Wisconsin committed a turnover with 22 seconds left.

Purdue (13-6 overall, 5-3 Big Ten) was led by Stacey Lovelace with 19 points. Cindy Lamping and Danielle McCauley each added 10 points.

The Boilermakers played without starting center Leslie Johnson, who had been averaging 10.9 points and 5.8 rebounds per game. Johnson also will miss Sunday's game at Northwestern due to personal reasons.

Keisha Anderson paced Wisconsin (13-4, 6-2) with 22 points, while Ann Klapperich had 20 and Barb Franke, who entered the game as the league's No. 3 scorer and No. 10 rebounder, finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

With no more than four points separating the teams in the first half, Purdue held a 30-28 halftime lead and increased it to 51-42 midway through the second half on Lovelace's basket with just under 11 minutes remaining.

Lamping hit a 3-pointer at the 7:50 mark that increased the Boilermaker lead to 56-45.

With Anderson controlling the point and Franke underneath, the Badgers rallied to tie the score at 62 on Anderson's short jump shot with 3:15 remaining, then took the lead 64-62 on Franke's basket at the 2:45 mark.

In that 19-6 Wisconsin run, Franke scored seven points and Anderson had five.

The lead seesawed back and forth until Lovelace hit one of two free throws to knot the game at 66 with 45.8 seconds left.

After Roland hit the game-winner with 10 seconds left, Wisconsin had two opportunities to tie when Anderson missed on a 10-footer in the middle of the lane and Klapperich missed on a rebound attempt at the buzzer.