Did anyone see #2 UConn’s 61-35 annihilation of #1 Stanford coming?
Stanford got harassed right off the home floor that it ruled with perfection and dominant play for nearly six years—and the Huskies surely took the Cardinal’s No. 1 spot along with it.
I wanted a closer game, regardless of the winner, so color me disappointed.
Today’s other results:
#5 Notre Dame routed #11 Purdue, 74-47.
#23 Colorado’s solid win over New Mexico pushes them to 11-0.
#19 South Carolina’s victory over West Carolina featured five blocks from Ieasia Walker. This puts her over 200 blocks for her career.
#3 Baylor racked up double digits in their 106-41 thrashing of Southeast Louisiana.
#18 Oklahoma handled Cal State Northridge, 79-57.
#9 Maryland whipped Hartford, 72-40.
Washington State squeaked one past Gonzaga, 57-51.
Louisiana Tech prevailed over Denver in double overtime, 82-77.
Miami thumped Wisconsin to take their own tournament championship.
Virginia also claimed their own tournament championship with a win over Xavier.
Vanderbilt rang up a 74-56 win over USC.
Portland State beat Portland 64-61, despite losing point guard Kate Lanz for the season.
Seattle University got WAC win number one, outlasting Idaho 76-71.
Santa Clara bested Fresno State, 58-53.
Memphis squeaked by Missouri, 72-69.
Michigan State’s 57-47 win over Temple puts them at 12-1.
Tomorrow’s key match up will feature Rutgers at #13 Tennessee. It will be emotional for Lady Vol assistant coach Jolette Law.