Another triple-dub for that Oregon player

Today’s results:

#10 Oregon topped #19 Texas A&M, 83-68. But the biggest story was Sabrina Ionescu’s triple-double: 16 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds. It is the sixth triple-double of her career, as a sophomore, and it ties the Pac-12 record. She is one shy of tying the NCAA record.

#5 Louisville surged past #24 Michigan, 74-49.

Oregon and Louisville will play each other for the preseason WNIT Championship.

#23 Missouri staved off Wright State with late free throws, 82-80.

#15 Maryland overcame Niagara, despite distractions.

#4 South Carolina rolled past Clemson, 66-36.

Nebraska is 3-0 after an 80-69 win over Arkansas.

Georgia’s freshmen sent them to a 64-61 win over Virginia.

Rutgers is 3-0 after routing Charlotte, 77-54.

Princeton edged Seton Hall, 85-83.

Northwestern stopped Oakland, 88-70.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule.

College team news:

South Carolina won’t attend an event at the White House honoring several college national champions.

It was too late by the time the Gamecocks were invited.

San Diego State arrived at a compromise over anthem protests.

Missouri is seen as the SEC’s rising power.

Drake’s social media game is getting it exactly right.

Here’s what ‘playing at home’ looks like for Cincinnati.

College player news:

Q&A with Wisconsin sophomore Kendra Van Leeuwen.

Louisville star Asia Durr on Around the Rim.

The college season:

Kara Lawson previews the season.

Reunion to remember:

Oklahoma State recently remembered the four who died in a plane crash in 2011, including coach Kurt Budke, with a memorial.

WNBA news:

Chris Sienko has been named general manager of the Atlanta Dream.

Overseas update.

Candace Parker and former husband Shelden Williams have dropped the price of the house they are trying to sell.

Sydney Wiese feels the need for speed in the WNBL.

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