Players, coaches rising

Today’s results:

#16 Michigan beat short-handed Michigan State, 74-48.

All scores.

There are 44 games tomorrow.

College team news:

Gonzaga, with the 10-game winning streak, is the NCAA’s team of the week.

Pac-12 teams are looking to break out of some ties this week.

Depleted Maryland remains a force in the Big Ten.

Oregon’s civil war is heating up.

Talk of Nebraska entering the NCAA Tournament is a major turnaround from last season.

Duquesne has a shot at the NCAA Tournament.

South Dakota and South Dakota State are each playing well entering their rivalry game Thursday.

DII roundup.

Amherst has set a new program record with their 51-game winning streak.

College player news:

Despite Ohio State’s drubbing last night, Kelsey Mitchell became the program leader in three-point shots.

West Virginia guard Tynice Martin will redshirt the season with a foot injury she originally sustained in U23 camp last summer.

Martin can help the Mountaineers next season.

Bianca Cuevas-Moore injury and redshirt update from South Carolina.

Two Gamecocks remain sidelined with injury, but one could return for the Missouri rematch.

Oregon guard Sabrina Ionescu talks triple-doubles.

Freshman Kate Cain anchors a stingy Husker defense.

Oklahoma State’s Braxtin Miller hasn’t played like a typical freshman.

Alyssa Rader is relishing her run with South Florida.

College coach news:

San Francisco’s Molly Goodenbour became the program’s most winning coach over the weekend.

Ex-Nebraska coach Connie Yori has joined the Creighton staff as a program adviser.

Karlie Samuelson is a new assistant coach at Vanguard.

WNBA news:

Maya Moore is a pioneering spirit.

Twenty-four seconds with Natalie Achonwa.

Quianna Chaney is coaching at her former high school.

High school news:

Southern California senior Shyla Latone dropped 76 points Friday night – the fourth-most in state history.

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