Oklahoma toppled No. 17 West Virginia, 73-49.
No. 2 Baylor cruised past Kansas, 90-47.
TCU came from behind to nip Iowa State, 77-74.
Texas dominated Texas Tech, 92-66.
Western Michigan edged Ohio, 73-72.
Oklahoma State stopped Kansas State, 70-63.
Villanova ran by Penn, 70-58.
Tomorrow’s game schedule is loaded.
College team news:
No. 1 South Carolina continues to put in work.
Oregon is nothing close to their potential as the second half of the season begins.
The Ducks are ready for their showdown with Stanford tomorrow.
Oregon State has learned how physical Pac-12 play can be.
Despite national attention, Iowa knows plenty of basketball remains.
The surging Hawkeyes face less-than-full-strength Minnesota tomorrow.
Familiar faces are reaching new heights at Loyola Chicago.
HBCU midseason report.
Ohio will rely on its toughness in MAC play.
Ohio State is trying to stay hot on the road.
Iowa State has lost three Big 12 games in a row.
College player news:
Why Sabrina Ionescu is so good, and where she still must improve.
Ja’Tavia Tapley went from Florida to USC to player of the week for ASU.
Tory Ozment is focused on being well-rounded for Michigan State.
Stanford’s seniors reflect on their final year.
Now healthy, Amanda Kalin is showing consistency for Duquesne.
Iowa State freshman guard Maggie Espenmiller-McGraw is a “freshman in a graduate-level class.”
Destiny Pitts is still suspended as Minnesota prepares to face Iowa.
Buffalo’s Summer Hemphill will not play this season after knee surgery.
The NCAA’s starting five for the week.
College coach news:
Felisha Legette-Jack has built a contender at Buffalo.
Adia Barnes is frustrated by Arizona’s constant string of injuries.
Dawn Staley gave her players social media back after their No. 1 ranking. Here’s why.
Courtney Banghart is just getting started for North Carolina.
Broadcasters balance history and game on the Syracuse crew.
Transcript of yesterday’s WNBA-WNBPA conference call.
Mandalay Bay and MGM Resorts were sold. What does this mean for the Las Vegas Aces?
Sue Bird says the new CBA will lock the WNBA in as pioneers in the sports world.
Strides have been made in women’s sports the last few years, but inequalities remain.