A night for upsets

Three – count ’em – three upsets this evening:

South Florida took down #12 Louisville, 73-62.

Indiana upended #22 Purdue on a late basket, 62-61.

TCU got by #23 Oklahoma State, 64-63.

All scores.

More college news:

Cal’s quest for a number one seed.

George Washington’s Megan Nipe has won a WBCA broadcasting scholarship.

Colorado’s Lexy Kresl is day-to-day after separating her shoulder in Sunday’s game against Arizona State.

Princeton senior Niveen Rasheed is focusing on wins – not milestones.

Duke’s Tricia Liston has developed into a top three-point shooter.

Sacramento State takes pride in forcing turnovers.

Colorado State is gaining momentum as the season winds down.

Tennessee is pumping up the defense.

In the wide-open Western Athletic Conference, New Mexico State could be dangerous.

A spark from their sophomores has ignited Penn.

Increasing maturity is helping Florida point guard Jaterra Bonds during this trying season.

Why you should care about Villanova.

South Carolina’s Shelbretta Ball talks about her heart condition.

Transfer Mia Nickson is just right for Penn State.

Coach and player have developed a bond at Gallaudet.

Kansas is wary of complacency after beating Oklahoma.

For Minnesota, missed shots have turned into a lost season.

Senior guard Jenny Ryan leads Michigan, but a brutal schedule looms.

Helsinki native Janniina Koivunen is making an impact for VCU.

Oakland’s Zakiya Minifee will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.

Many leagues are down to the wire.


Caitlyn Baggett is now McNeese State’s all-time career assists leader.

Hartford’s Ruthanne Doherty is the newest member of the 1,000-point club.

School news:

The NCAA is accusing Miami of “lack of institutional control.”


ESPNW’s mid-major top ten:

1. Delaware
2. Dayton
3. Green Bay
4. Chattanooga
5. Princeton
6. Florida Gulf Coast
7. Gonzaga
8. Toledo
9. Marist
10. Creighton

Pro news:

The Seattle Storm has signed Nakia Sanford.

Ziomara Morrison has re-signed with the Silver Stars.

Temeka Johnson blogs: from Tulsa to Seattle.