Jared Thompson | NCAA.com | February 12, 2016 Women's basketball call of the week: Ford-Washington's lone basket wins it for Milwaukee "I knew if we put the ball in her hands something good would come out of it," coach Kyle Rechlicz said. Share Sierra Ford-Washington picked the right moment for her only basket of the game. The junior studying psychology hit a jumper in the lane with 6.7 seconds to lift Milwaukee in a 59-58 overtime victory over Cleveland State on Feb. 11 in front of over 2,000 fans inside the Klotsche Center. UWM (13-9, 7-4 Horizon) led by as many as 16 in the third quarter before going cold offensively and watching CSU (5-17, 2-10) storm back to take a two point lead with 27 seconds left in regulation. Milwaukee freshman Emma Roenneburg calmly sank a pair of free throws with four seconds left on the clock to force overtime, setting up Ford-Washington's big game-winner. Scott Warras had the call: "Sierra is one of those players that ... I want the ball in her hands when it's crunch time," Milwaukee head coach Kyle Rechlicz said. "She is such a leader ... I knew if we put the ball in her hands something good would come out of it." CSU had one last chance, but Ford-Washington came up with one of her season-high four steals to seal the win for the Panthers. Milwaukee returns to the Klotsche Center on Sunday for its next game against Youngstown State.