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Building towards regular-season finishes

Upsets:

Buffalo pounded Ohio, 73-43. It was only the fourth loss of the season for the Bobcats.

Kent State toppled Miami Ohio, 67-58.

Kansas State downed West Virginia, 90-79.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Even at 25-2, Louisville is missing Myisha Hines-Allen’s muscle.

Maryland has been locking in on defense, and keeping it fun with pinatas and teenage mutant ninja turtles.

Fordham clinched a first-round A-10 tournament bye with tonight’s win over Dayton.

Has Syracuse hit the road for good?

Minnesota is eyeing a new winning streak.

Wisconsin looks to end the season on a high note.

Five teams that could bust brackets.

Do conference tournaments spark NCAA title runs?

College player news:

Georgia’s missing piece, Que Morrison, is “playing like nothing ever happened.”

Butler’s Michelle Weaver is forging through adversity.

Aleah Goodman is Oregon State’s super-sub, and may be that for the Pac-12, too.

Dru Gylten has taken her rightful place on the court for the Utes.

Utah standout freshman Dre’Una Edwards will likely miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.

Illinois native Marsha Howard has evolved into the Big Cheese for Wisconsin.

The race for player of the year is wide open.

The NCAA’s starting five for the week.

Milestone:

Lamar’s Chastadie Barrs set the NCAA career steals record tonight.

College coach news:

Georgia Tech coach MaChelle Joseph has been placed on administrative leave pending a personnel matter.

An emotional Lisa Bluder wants a proper sendoff for her Hawkeyes.

Naismith coach of the year award nominees.

High school news:

Hailey Van Lith is shutting down the haters.

WNBA news:

NBA 2K20 will feature A’ja Wilson and Renee Montgomery.

Candace Parker is pioneering new ground for women in sports media.

Bonus:

Black women, black history on Around the Rim.

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