Tons and tons going on

Interesting results tonight:

Michigan handed Ohio their first loss, 69-46.

Rutgers got win number three by outscoring Seton Hall, 53-45. It was the 900th program victory for the Scarlet Knights.

St. John’s won the battle of New York with a 59-45 decision over Fordham.

9-1 Northwestern continues their dominance with an 88-44 rout of UIC.

#5 Mississippi State downed Arkansas-Little Rock, 58-44.

#23 Arizona State ran away from Middle Tennessee, 69-48.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule consists of only 22 games, but features some marquee teams.

College team news:

The NCAA’s team of the week is Green Bay.

Albany is finding ways to win without their top scorer.

Oregon State’s defense is still among the nation’s best.

Updated NCAA Tournament predictions have Syracuse as a fifth seed.

Exam breaks have arrived at the right time for Lehigh.

3-6 North Texas needs a resurgence to save its season.

College player news:

Janiah McKay and Tiffany Lewis are adding offensive production for Auburn.

Iowa State’s Emily Durr chooses now over never.

Central Michigan senior forward Jewel Cotton is day-to-day with a high ankle sprain, but she is expected to play next week.

Boogie Brozoski has left Michigan.

College coach news:

Coaching is therapy for Appalachian State’s Angel Elderkin.

Maryland won last night, but coach Brenda Frese isn’t satisfied.

WNBA team news:

IMPACT25 influencers, the Minnesota Lynx.

WNBA player news:

Candace Parker on IMPACT25 honoree Nneka Ogwumike.

WNBA coach news:

Amber Stocks was named the Chicago Sky’s new coach and general manager today.

Press conference part one.

Stocks bio.

For the Sky, rookie coach Stocks is worth the risk.

Stocks is prepared to bring a championship culture to Chicago.

WNBA president news:

Q&A with league president Lisa Borders.

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