More upsets, more close ones, another milestone

This season is amazing. Just amazing.


Oregon 75, #24 Washington 63.

Too close for comfort:

#8 Arizona State 69, USC 68.

#3 Notre Dame 66, #13 Louisville 61.

#12 Texas A&M 76, #23 Tennessee 71.

#17 Michigan State 74, Iowa 69.

Looks like some teams are tired. It always happens at this point of the season.


In Minnesota’s 2OT win over Northwestern, 112-106, Rachel Banham tied the NCAA single-game scoring record, putting up 60 points. The record had stood alone for almost 29 years.

More results:

St. John’s downed Seton Hall, 72-64.

Indiana frustrated Nebraska, 59-47.

#11 Mississippi State defeated #21 Missouri, 52-42.

Oklahoma State’s 70-57 victory over Texas Tech is their sixth consecutive win.

#16 Miami bested Duke, 61-53.

Michigan rolled past Illinois, 96-83.

Georgia topped Ole Miss, 70-56, for their fourth straight win.

All scores.

Big Monday:

It’s the battle of the (last two) unbeatens.


#2 South Carolina is looking to slow down Connecticut’s Breanna Stewart.

Stewart and South Carolina’s Tiffany Mitchell mutually respect each other.

UConn freshman Napheesa Collier has fond memories of playing for Gamecock coach Dawn Staley on USA Basketball’s U18 and U19 teams.

Husky coach Geno Auriemma says he just wants a good game.

#5 Maryland travels to #7 Ohio State in the night’s other match up.

Big Monday schedule.

Team news:

Notre Dame won’t let size be a factor.

Player news:

Efficiency is the key to Shatori Walker-Kimbrough’s success for Maryland.

Q&A with Albany’s Imani Tate.

Anya Kalenta had a long journey to become a Nebraska Cornhusker.

Coach news:

Q&A with Minnesota coach Marlene Stollings.

WNBA news:

Dallas Wings forward Glory Johnson brought her twin girls home from the hospital. They were born prematurely last October, at 24 weeks.

40 under 40: Indiana Fever coach Stephanie White.