Close, but no upset

Today’s results:

No. 1 Oregon routed Cal, 93-61, behind Sabrina Ionescu’s 25th triple-double.

No. 4 Stanford staved off No. 15 Oregon State, 63-60.

No. 8 UCLA rallied to defeat Washington State, 70-62, behind a career-high 32 points from Charisma Osborne.

No. 11 Arizona downed Utah, 85-69, behind 31 points from Sam Thomas.

No. 21 Arizona State rallied to beat Colorado, 65-59.

No. 25 Princeton won their 16th straight, 66-45 over Harvard.

Butler stopped Creighton, 76-61.

Villanova prevailed over Marquette, 61-47.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Oregon is more than their big three.

What the Ducks will look like next year without the three.

UCLA embarks on their final road trip needing to set a tone earlier in games.

What must Kentucky do to compete with top dogs South Carolina?

Tennessee’s slump jeopardizes their NCAA Tournament streak.

Generating offense is the focus for Minnesota, as they ready to face Indiana.

LSU is playing for SEC seeding.

Oklahoma wants to upset No. 2 Baylor tomorrow.

Defense has been UConn’s calling card.

College player news:

Syracuse guard Tiana Mangakahia embraces her calling after her battle with breast cancer.

Satou Sabally is excited to start her professional career.

Cate Reese is stepping up for Arizona, and people are noticing.

Despite a coaching change, these athletes remained true to Nebraska, and now it’s their senior day.

Butler’s Upe Atosu will keep playing for her mom.

Evelyn Adebayo has soaked up her first and final season with UConn.

College coach news:

South Dakota is chasing history under coach Dawn Plitzuweit.

Iowa State is surprising everyone, including coach Bill Fennelly.

Anita Howard has designs in building Georgia Southern into a winner.

WNBA news:

The Sparks traded Marina Mabrey to Dallas in exchange for a 2021 second-round draft pick.

Agony and amazement as Seimone Augustus departs the Lynx.

Courtney Williams isn’t with the Sun anymore because she didn’t want to be.

International news:

A glittering Australian legacy guides teen point guard Shya Heal.

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