News roll

Last night:

Cal State Northridge upset #12 UCLA, 77-72. I was there and will post pictures later.

Another upset – Duquesne beat #20 West Virginia, 62-54.

College news:

Colorado is taking a cautionary approach with sophomore Jasmine Sborov, who has been having problems with her heart.

USC has suspended Coach Michael Cooper for one game, today, for having an ineligible player in practice.

Elena Delle Donne returned to the floor last night for Delaware, playing her first game in a month.

Tennessee is staying focused. They are also optimistic about Isabelle Harrison’s return in time for the Stanford game.

This year, UConn Coach Geno Auriemma takes his Huskies to Coach Jen Rizzotti’s house – Hartford. Stefanie Dolson and Morgan Tuck are practicing.

At Iowa, every minute is cherished.

Transfers are paying dividends for the Portland Vikings this season.

Oklahoma wants to honor their injured teammates with tough play.

Ohio State’s success is tied to ball movement.

Hampton’s Keiara Avant thrives as an on-court leader.

On ODU’s Destinee Young.

Texas Tech notebook.

Hot starts:

Michigan is off to its best start in 11 years under first-year Coach Kim Barnes Arico.

UTEP is on a roll, with a 10-1 record.

Purdue, 11-1, is off to their best start in a decade.

Missouri has won seven straight.