Tournaments and preconference play wrapping up today and tomorrow, with plenty of great performances on display……
#2 Notre Dame rallied to beat Marquette in overtime, 91-85.
#3 Louisville fought off Air Force, 62-50.
#5 Mississippi State thrashed UNLV, 103-63, which included 61 first-half points.
#11 UCLA trounced Fordham, 67-30.
#19 Texas A&M routed Hawaii, 103-59. Khaalia Hillsman shot a school-record 12-12 for the Aggies.
#22 South Florida held off Dayton in OT, 93-87.
Chattanooga edged Florida, 65-60.
USC held off UTRGV, 71-64.
Purdue remained aggressive to top St. Mary’s, 70-60.
Tomorrow’s schedule is highlighted by #7 Tennessee at #18 Stanford, and #10 Oregon vs. #19 Texas A&M.
College team news:
How do the Lady Vols end their losing streak at Stanford?
Confidence is building for Navy after an impressive start.
Iowa seeks an in-state sweep.
Spartans all-access: embrace it.
College player news:
Eleanna Christinaki’s debut for Maryland doesn’t disappoint.
Christinaki has found a new home (and gyros) with the Terps.
Digna Strautmane has transitioned to a new home with Syracuse.
A leap of faith has paid off for Tampa’s Faith Sanders.
A love for basketball lead soldiers to the all-Army team.
The Pac-12’s freshmen are making a big impact.
The NCAA’s starting five for the week.
College coach news:
Gamecocks’ coach Dawn Staley eyes a coaching record Thursday in a showdown where she got her start.
Staley came home to 25th and Diamond, now Dawn Staley Lane. Philly is a special place in her heart.
Duquesne coach Dan Burt is embracing challenges and aiming high.
WNBA/former great news:
Candace Parker is helping launch the Jr. NBA World Championship.
Retrospective on hoops great Lynette Woodard.
Day one recap.