Round 1, Day 1

Lexington regional:

Kylee Shook led Louisville over Boise State, 74-42.

Marquette downed Dayton, 84-65.

Oregon State routed Western Kentucky, 82-58.

Tennessee set a Tournament record in thrashing Liberty, 100-60.

Michigan stopped Northern Colorado, 75-61.

Baylor snuffed out Grambling, 96-46.

Spokane regional:

DePaul held off Oklahoma, 90-79.

Texas A&M got past Drake, 89-76.

Minnesota rallied to upset Green Bay, 89-77.

Oregon blew out Seattle U, 88-45. Sabrina Ionescu notched her tenth career triple-double.

Notre Dame handled CSUN, 99-81.

Three-pointers helped Villanova sink higher-seeded SDSU in overtime, 81-74.

Kansas City regional:

Maryland beat Princeton, 77-57.

NC State took care of Elon, 62-35.

Albany regional:

Virginia upended Cal, who was short Kristine Anigwe, 68-62.

South Carolina sweated out a 63-52 win over North Carolina A&T.

Tomorrow’s matchups.

College team news:

Oregon prepared for the Tournament by searching for “scoops.”

Ashland: can you say 71 in a row?

College player news:

Kelli Hayes is UCLA’s strongest link.

LSU starting center Faustine Aifuwa will sit out tomorrow’s game after violating team rules.

Iowa’s Megan Gustafson is looking to continue her ascension on the NCAA Tournament stage.

Kelsey Mitchell begins the final chapter of her historic career at Ohio State.

College coach news:

A new Dawn (Staley). Check this piece out.

Susie Gardner is ready to lead Mercer against her alma mater, Georgia.

Now it’s mom’s turn: the Plaisance family embraces the latest tourney berth.

Welcome to March madhouse? Oregon coach Kelly Graves thinks so.


Women’s hoops needs madness, not sameness.