WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – 3.9 seconds on the clock, and Jeanae Terry called bank and game.

Driving the middle of the lane, pulling up and letting a floater go off the backboard through the rim, Terry lifted the Purdue women’s basketball team to a 53-52 win over Georgia Tech in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Wednesday night at Mackey Arena.

The Boilermakers overcame a rough first half shooting and an eight-point deficit with a big second half to win a Big Ten/ACC Challenge game for just the fourth time in the event’s existence.

Madison Layden was the lone Boilermaker in double figures with 13 points. Terry finished with nine points, seven rebounds and seven assists, the first Purdue player to hit that mark since April Wilson in 2016.

Purdue shot 35.3% from the field and only made two 3-pointers. Georgia Tech (5-2) dominated on the glass with a 45-27 margin in the rebounding battle. Purdue held the Yellow Jackets to 34.5% shooting and just 10 second-chance points on 14 offensive rebounds.

The Boilermakers will open Big Ten play Sunday against Ohio State at Mackey Arena at 2 p.m.