Michigan State came from behind to topple No. 3 Oregon, 88-82. Jenna Allen led the way for the Spartans with 27 points.
No. 5 Louisville survived No. 19 Kentucky, 80-75.
Meme Jackson’s 33 points paced No. 9 Tennessee past No. 12 Texas, 88-82.
No. 14 Minnesota outlasted Boston College, 77-69.
Winthrop 58, Elon 57
Florida State 57, St. John’s 53
CSUN 77, San Diego State 74
No. 17 Arizona State 70, Colorado State 39
No. 20 DePaul 87, Oklahoma 76
No. 23 Missouri 74, St. Louis 62
No. 24 Gonzaga 76, Washington State 53
Indiana 98, Missouri State 74
Villanova 76, Temple 68
Michigan 85, Oakland 69
Florida 62, Florida A&M 38
Portland State is now 6-0 after an 89-61 win over UTEP. The Miners have lost seven straight.
South Alabama moves to 8-0 on the year with a 77-65 victory over Alabama State.
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
Iowa State’s narrow loss to Iowa is motivating them moving forward.
College player news:
On Friday, Channon Fluker became CSUN’s all-time scoring leader.
Today, Allazia Blockton became Marquette’s all-time scoring leader.
Florida State transfer Kiah Gillespie is making the most of her second chance.
Battle-tested Joyner Holmes is ready for her junior year at Texas.
Katie Lou Samuelson is evolving into an all-around threat for UConn.
Former UCLA forward Nicole Kornet won a shooting contest Friday, but is ineligible to win the car that goes with it.
College coach news:
As the Gopher’s coach, Lindsay Whalen still pulls the right strings.