Whoa, whoa, whoa


UCLA toppled No. 2 Oregon, 74-69. The Ducks were playing without Ruthy Hebard and the Bruins rallied from 22 behind.

Butler rallied to take down No. 11 Marquette, 61-57.

Cal upended No. 17 Arizona State, 69-60.


No. 7 Stanford survived Arizona, 56-54.

No. 12 Oregon State held off USC, 68-61.

More results:

Georgetown 51, Seton Hall 43

Penn 79, Columbia 56

Princeton 68, Cornell 64

Colorado 72, Washington State 61

Utah 88, Washington 56

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

From ACC basement to NCAA Tournament hopeful: how Clemson was turned around so quickly.

Utah won tonight, but saw freshman standout Dre’Una Edwards injured.

No. 20 Iowa will need to play its best basketball to beat No. 1 Baylor.

College player news:

Destiny Slocum has proven to be a good fit at Oregon State.

On and off the court, Texas point guard Sug Sutton likes to take charge.

Emily Engstler’s block parties add an extra dimension for Syracuse.

Utah’s seniors have left an indelible mark on the program, and they want to end their years on a high note.

Vivian Gray is trying to lead Oklahoma State out of a tough stretch.

South Carolina coach Dawn Staley is hopeful Te’a Cooper can return Sunday after being injured in last night’s game.

Rutgers senior forward Caitlin Jenkins has been dismissed from the team.

College coach news:

Dawn Staley is still searching for her team’s signature win.

Kim Barnes Arico: from Mastic Beach to Michigan – an underdog’s story.

UMBC coach Phil Stern has resigned.


Former WNBA president Lisa Borders resigned from her new job at Time’s Up after her son was accused of sexual assault.