The NAU women’s basketball team won its sixth straight game as the Lumberjacks rallied from a 30-25 halftime deficit to beat the Idaho State Bengals on the road, 75-59 Saturday in Pocatello, Idaho. The Jacks went on a 16-0 run at the start of the second half to take over the lead for good, as the win gives head coach Loree Payne her 100th NAU win. She is just the third coach in school history to hit the 100 win mark. Taylor Feldman led the Jacks with 21 points and Olivia Moran added 19 for the Lumberjacks, who lead Eastern Washington in the Big Sky Conference by a game. Sophie Glancey scored 17 for NAU. The Jacks now head to Montana, to battle the Grizzlies Thursday night in Missoula. Tip time is at 7 p.m.