No surprises in day one of third round

Undefeated Notre Dame dominated Oklahoma State, 89-72.

Baylor cruised past Kentucky, 90-72.

UConn turned back BYU’s upset bid, 70-51.

Texas A&M powered by DePaul, 84-65.

More NCAA Tournament news:

Odyssey Sims surpassed 1,000 points in a season in today’s Baylor win. She’s just the second player in NCAA history to do that.

The Lincoln regional attracted more than 9,500 fans today – the most in the Tournament so far. Fans in seats could lure more NCAA events to Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Tennessee’s Meighan Simmons has come full circle.

It was another haunting finish for Kentucky tonight. The departures of DeNesha Stallworth and Samarie Walker will leave a hole.

Nebraska star Jordan Hooper is good friends with UConn players, who are in Lincoln for regionals.

BYU forward Morgan Bailey’s uncle is the infamous Thurl Bailey.

Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer offers tips to Penn State.

Cardinal forward Chiney Ogwumike is excited to be back at Maples Pavilion.

Scoring is just a small part of Maggie Lucas’ game at Penn State.

More college news:

Nebraska guard Hanna Tvrdy will transfer.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Looks to me like we're all in for a rare treat tomorrow night.

    The best athlete in the game vs. the most skilled player in the game.

    Loyd vs. Sims

    (Of course, Coach McGraw could decide to let O get hers, shut down the rest of the team and still win by 20…Let's hope not!!)

  2. It's fascinating how Baylor has transitioned from a team last season where all the meaningful minutes were played by six veterans to a squad with a wealth of young talent coming into its own.

    Davis is indeed extraordinary for her size.
    Cave too has really come along.

    Hats off to the coaching staff!!

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