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Kelsey Plum’s really big show, and more


In #8 Washington’s 90-73 rout of Arizona, Kelsey Plum notched 3,000 career points. She’s the only player, woman or man, in Pac 12 history to do it, and the 12th player in women’s college history.


Technically an upset, but nah:

“#17” UCLA downed “#10” Oregon State, 66-56.

More results:

Oregon rallied from 16 points behind to beat USC, 59-53.

#24 Cal snapped a three-game losing streak by thumping Colorado, 65-53.

#13 Stanford took care of Utah, 77-58.

All scores.

A whoppin’ 114 games tomorrow.

College team news:

Washington paints a target on those other Huskies.

Creighton is a Minnesota dream team.

Seton Hall has no identity, one publication says.

Utah had a needed wake up call last weekend.

Navy is running and gunning.

College player news:

Everyone knows Washington’s Kelsey Plum is impressive, but…….

Alexis Peterson is so good for Syracuse that she makes other coaches feel like fools.

From Quebec to Texas, Khaléann Caron-Goudreau is boosting Texas’ frontcourt.

Vionise Pierre-Louis is turning the corner for the Sooners.

Senior Diana Omozee’s patience has paid off for Oklahoma State.

Washington State’s Cameron Fernandez hit her head during the game against Arizona State today, and was taken off the court on a stretcher.

Illinois’ Petra Holesinka is letting her game do the talking.

Sophomore guard Emily Lines will miss the rest of the season for New Mexico with a torn ACL.

College coach news:

Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw has turned up expectations for her talented freshmen.

Coach Kenny Brooks and an experienced core have lead Virginia Tech to a 15-1 start.

WNBA news:

Ex-Shock coach Gary Kloppenburg is the Seattle Storm’s new assistant coach.

International news:

Penny Taylor wants to be a part of the Opals’ future.

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