Clinchings, upsets, records and other happenings

Candidate for game of the year:

#20 Michigan State outlasted #5 Ohio State in three overtimes, 107-105. Jasmine Hines had a career-high 36 points for the Spartans in her final home game, and Kelsey Mitchell had a career-high 48 points for the Buckeyes.

More amazing results:

#4 Baylor defeated Kansas State, 63-52, for at least a share of their sixth straight Big 12 regular-season title.

Chattanooga’s 66-42 rout of ETSU gave them the Southern Conference title for the 20th time.

UTEP locked up the regular-season Conference-USA title with a double overtime win over Charlotte, 94-91.

Indiana closed out Penn State, 76-55, and set a program record: an undefeated season at home.

Gonzaga upened BYU, 73-55.

Buffalo upset Ohio, 70-58.

Princeton trounced Cornell, 94-57, to take first in the Ivy League standings by .09.

Middle Tennessee edged Marshall, 79-73.

Western Kentucky topped UAB, 64-55.

South Dakota got a crucial victory over IUPUI, 74-63.

Abilene Christian took care of New Orleans, 80-70.

All 122 scores.

Team news:

Louisville is drawing the ACC’s biggest crowds.

Ohio State is thrilled to be in contention for the Big Ten title.

Notre Dame seeks ACC perfection.

Oklahoma is still looking for answers before senior night.

Player news:

The four seniors of Texas are leaving the program better than they found it.

Iowa’s Nicole Smith contributes behind the scenes.

NCAA news:

Division I athletes will have a say in shaping NCAA policies about time demands through a survey distributed this week to all 346 schools.

WNBA news:

How Elena Delle Donne overcame Lyme Disease to become WNBA MVP.

High school news:

More on the racial remarks controversy surrounding the firing of Shoni Schimmel’s parents as high school hoops coaches.