Upsets upon upsets:
No. 25 Miami stunned No. 4 Notre Dame, 72-65.
No. 24 Florida State gutted out a win over No. 9 NC State, 75-70.
Missouri toppled No. 18 Texas A&M, 70-65.
Saint Mary’s edged BYU, formerly ranked, 78-75. It’s the third straight loss for the Cougars.
Duke took down red hot North Carolina, 85-69, behind Haley Gorecki’s 28 points.
Virginia beat Boston College in OT, 79-77.
No. 2 Louisville 76, No. 15 Syracuse 51
No. 16 Iowa 86, No. 23 Michigan State 71
No. 19 Kentucky 78, Auburn 68
No. 20 Arizona State 61, Washington State 46
Michigan 67, Nebraska 61
Rice 68, Western Kentucky 46
Arizona 69, Washington 59
Tomorrow’s game schedule
The NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee will provide two top-16 reveals during the 2018-19 season.
College team news:
Maryland has welcomed its competitive Big Ten slate.
Nebraska hasn’t had the consistency to match their special season last year.
Georgia is plagued by turnovers.
With the Big East at a boiling point, now is the time for Seton Hall.
JMU’s guards are thriving during a dominant season.
College player news:
The legacy Megan Gustafson is leaving at Iowa is remarkable.
Cal great Colleen Galloway lauds Kristine Anigwe, on the verge of her scoring record.
Lamar’s Chastadie Barrs is the best college basketball player nobody is talking about.
UCLA’s Michaela Onyenwere nails a balance of fun and focus on and off the court.
Laura Stockton is a key contributor as Gonzaga reaches new heights.
Kentucky’s Maci Morris hopes to follow her dad.
The upbringing, recruitment and future of Iowa State’s Ashley Joens.
No spotlight, but big responsibility and numbers for Maryland’s Taylor Mikesell.
ASU’s Robbi Ryan is playing into shape after offseason ankle issues.
College coach news:
Kennesaw State coach Agnus Berenato has won the Carol Eckman Integrity in Coaching Award.
What TV viewers can expect when Marquette coach Carolyn Kieger is miced up for tomorrow’s game.
High school news:
Azzi Fudd has stepped out of her comfort zone and into the spotlight.
How Rickea Jackson became the best-ever girls basketball player in Michigan.
It’ll be a new-look Lynx this year.
The league celebrated National Girls and Women in Sports Day yesterday in a variety of ways.
Geno Auriemma wasn’t surprised at Maya Moore’s decision to step away from the WNBA. He says “I don’t know that we’ve heard the last of her.”
Karima Christmas-Kelly will have a big impact on the Lynx with her versatility.