Upset-free, but news-rich

Today’s results, which are free of upsets:

#11 Stanford rallied to beat UCLA, 79-70.

#9 Oregon State cruised past Arizona, 73-55.

#13 Arizona State came on strong in the second half to down Oregon, 70-58.

Washington slipped by Colorado, 85-82. Jasmine Davis became the UW’s all-time scoring leader in the process.

Cal routed USC, 67-53.

St. John’s dominated Georgetown, 74-57.

Full scoreboard.

Auburn-Alabama fight last night:

Auburn’s Hasina Muhammad and Alabama’s Breanna Hayden will each be suspended two games for fighting during last night’s game, the SEC announced. No penalties were announced for Meoshonti Knight of Alabama, who left the bench during the altercation and was also ejected.

In the Division II Washburn-Central Oklahoma fight last night, Honor Duvall apologized to the public via the Topeka Capital-Journal. The Washburn senior was ejected for punching an opponent with a closed fist.

Player news:

Jonquel Jones is impressing at George Washington.

Ball State’s Jill Morrison is more than just a shooter.

Transfer Natalie Butler is biding her time on UConn’s sideline.

Team news:

The state of Oregon is a hoops hotbed again (hell yes!)

Notre Dame has a chance to secure a top seed. But focus and boards require their immediate attention.

Versatility and depth are fueling Fresno State.

Coaching news:

Long Beach State coach Jody Wynn has turned the program around.