Ionescu breaks NCAA triple-double record; more surprising scores


Miami toppled #14 Duke, 51-48.

#23 Iowa upended #21 Michigan, 82-72.

Virginia got past Syracuse, 68-63.

Nebraska outdid Minnesota, 79-74.

Almost upset:

A’ja Wilson willed #4 South Carolina in a comeback win over #22 Texas A&M, 61-59.

#15 Maryland held off Penn State, 69-65.

More results:

#3 Louisville closed out NC State, 55-47.

#5 Mississippi State handled Georgia, 86-62.

#7 Tennessee took care of Kentucky, 63-49.

#8 Texas handed #9 West Virginia their first loss, 79-58.

#9 Oregon stopped Washington, 94-83.

#11 UCLA pounded #20 Cal, 82-46.

#16 Missouri held off Alabama, 62-56. But Sophie Cunningham sustained a knee injury in the fourth quarter and had to leave the game.

#24 Oklahoma State seems to be “back.” They defeated Kansas State, 76-68, to go 11-2.

Rutgers edged Michigan State, 61-58.

Arizona State squeaked by Utah, 83-81.

Arkansas survived Ole Miss, 73-72.

Wisconsin came close to reaching the program’s scoring futility mark in their 57-35 loss to Purdue.

Oklahoma snapped a two-game losing streak with a 74-69 win over Iowa State.

Stanford outlasted USC, 72-65.

Auburn overcame a slow start to rout Florida, 84-55.

Reigning DIII champs Amherst College remain undefeated this season.

All scores.

Only six games tomorrow.


Oregon sophomore guard Sabrina Ionescu notched her eighth career triple-double, and broke the NCAA record.

Duck coach Kelly Graves collected his 500th career win in the process.

College team news:

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Brittany McPhee breaks down Stanford’s depth after her return from injury.