A record on a big hoops night

Georgia Coach Andy Landers chalked up his 800th career win tonight in the #8 Bulldog’s 94-57 rout of Savannah State. His first victory was in 1979. Think about it.

Elena Delle Donne, who missed Delaware’s first three games with Lyme Disease symptoms, returned to the court to help the Blue Hens beat Providence, 64-46. She put up 22 points.

Natalie Achonwa is indeed stepping up for #5 Notre Dame. She recorded 22 points in their 93-36 thrashing of Mercer.

There are two Nneka’s?? #15 Texas has Nneka Enemkapali, and she scored 24 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in the Longhorn’s 80-53 defeat of Jackson State.

Jordan Hooper lead #23 Nebraska over Sam Houston State, 85-72, with her second double-double on the year.

BYU handed Arizona their first loss, 62-48.

Oregon State rallied from a 10-point deficit to upend Cal State Santa Barbara, 49-46. The teams are playing in the inaugural Hardwood Tournament of Hope in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Middle Tennessee 65, Tennessee Tech 59.

Louisiana Tech survived Central Arkansas, 65-63.

Other college news:

ESPN continues its fascination with Tennessee’s coaching transition.

UTEP senior center Kristine Vitola will miss the season with a torn ACL.


USA Basketball talks with Nneka Ogwumike.

High school:

The Lovett Lions of suburban Atlanta are ready to defend their state title.