South Dakota State upended No. 23 South Dakota, 82-78 in OT.
No. 9 NC State pulled out a 74-69 win over North Carolina.
No. 12 Oregon State squeezed by UCLA, 75-72.
No. 16 Kentucky held off LSU, 57-52.
Auburn dropped Missouri, 58-54.
Cal came from behind to get the 82-76 win over Arizona in OT.
Michigan State topped Michigan, 74-64.
DePaul stopped Butler, 76-62.
No. 2 Oregon 96, USC 78
No. 3 UConn 68, Tulsa 49
No. 4 Louisville 87, Boston College 51
No. 6 Mississippi State 86, Vanderbilt 70
No. 7 Stanford 71, Arizona State 50
No. 13 South Carolina 82, Tennessee 67
No. 14 Miami 64, No. 22 Florida State 54
Duke 55, Wake Forest 44
Villanova 73, Seton Hall 68
Clemson 73, Virginia Tech 66
Utah 75, Washington State 67
Washington 60, Colorado 46
Virginia 53, Georgia Tech 45
Georgia 76, Alabama 67
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
No. 11 Marquette’s win today locks up the top seed in the Big East Tournament for them, and gives them at least a share of the Big East title.
Tournament seeding is driving Notre Dame’s ACC chase now.
Maine is closing in on the America East title.
With their Big Ten title hopes slipping away, No. 10 Iowa has other priorities in play.
South Dakota State’s win over South Dakota today could ensure that both teams make the Tournament.
The Sooners are struggling to find leadership.
The Division III Tournament bracket will be revealed tomorrow.
College player news:
Megan Gustafson travels to Nebraska as the NCAA’s scoring leader.
The Ogwumike legacy continues as Rice soars.
UConn’s Mikayla Coombs and Olivia Nelson-Ododa are growing up and adjusting to expanded roles.
Missouri’s freshman point guard Akira Levy sustained a knee injury in today’s game.
Oregon’s Sabrina Ionescu set the DI single-season triple-double record today in the Ducks’ rout of USC.
Aari McDonald broke Arizona’s single-season scoring record today, set 21 years ago by coach Adia Barnes.
College coach news:
Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer will take the rest of the season off to rest.
Geno Auriemma missed UConn’s game today due to illness. Associate head coach Chris Dailey filled in for the win.
South Florida coach Jose Fernandez earned career win No. 350 today.