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Upsets:

Oklahoma stunned West Virginia, 80-69.

Akron stopped Buffalo, 70-59.

More results:

No. 1 Baylor 73, No. 20 Iowa State 60

No. 15 Gonzaga 64, San Francisco 44

No. 19 Texas 81, Texas Tech 57

No. 25 Rice 59, North Texas 47

Oklahoma State 72, Kansas 52

Kansas State 75, TCU 72

Ohio 69, Kent State 67

Duquesne 71, VCU 68 (OT)

Mercer 62, Chattanooga 56

Montana State 75, Montana 71

Penn 69, Cornell 58

Pepperdine 77, Saint Mary’s 72

Princeton 65, Columbia 59

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule features 15 ranked teams

College team news:

Baylor’s win today means they’ve won their ninth consecutive Big 12 title.

Rice’s win today – their 16th straight – gives them the Conference-USA regular-season title.

Gonzaga is still atop the WCC, one game ahead of BYU.

As South Carolina travels to Tennessee, “we’re all playing for something.”

Michigan State is fighting to get back on track vs. Michigan tomorrow.

The Lady Vols are in a must-win mode against South Carolina tomorrow.

Boise State’s loss today has reduced their chances of an at-large NCAA Tournament bid.

College player news:

Katie McWilliams has done just about everything for Oregon State.

Katie Lou Samuelson has answered coach Geno Auriemma’s call to try some coaching for UConn.

Louisiana’s Kendall Bess is feeling like a champion with the Cajuns.

Charlotte starting senior Laia Raventos has taken a leave of absence to return to Spain and attend to a family issue.

College coach news:

Geno Auriemma wants Wichita State fans to sell out their arena Tuesday, when the Huskies come to town.

Arizona coach Adia Barnes can see similarities between the Wildcats’ 1996 WNIT team and this year’s squad.

High school news:

One California high school coach isn’t letting open heart surgery stop him.

Bonus:

African American women need to get their first chances to lead in coaching.

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