Several OT games, and some interesting scores tonight that goes to show that the basketball landscape continues to shape shift…….
No. 8 Maryland rallied from 19 behind to nip James Madison, 70-68.
South Dakota held off Drake in OT, 102-94.
No. 1 Oregon 109, Utah State 52
No. 4 UConn 64, Vanderbilt 51
No. 6 South Carolina 75, Dayton 49
No. 12 Florida State 75, Jacksonville 41
No. 13 Kentucky 67, Stetson 48
Elon 67, Appalachian State 66 (OT)
Yale 63, Quinnipiac 59
Ohio 67, Marshall 51
Penn State 72, Fordham 59
Western Kentucky 77, Belmont 46
Kennesaw State 92, Mercer 64
Georgia 72, North Carolina A&T 54
Ohio 78, Cincinnati 73 (OT)
FGCU 72, UCF 50
Holy Cross 80, Boston College 71
Northern Iowa 78, Missouri 73
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
Oregon signed the No. 1 class today.
Utah is a young team with high hopes.
Lehigh looks to maintain their hot streak.
UCLA welcomes back key players.
ESPN’s mid-major top 10 rankings.
College player news:
Baylor senior forward Lauren Cox is out at least one game with a foot injury.
Crystal Dangerfield is taking the lead for UConn.
The NCAA has denied Evina Westbrook’s appeal, and she must sit out the season.
Maryland guard Channise Lewis had surgery for a torn lateral meniscus and will miss two months.
NaLyssa is out to a hot start in her second season at Baylor.
A pair of Florida State freshmen are out to strong starts.
Freshman Alyza Winston is making the most of her opportunities at Michigan State.
The NCAA’s first “starting five” of the year is lead by Tennessee’s Rennia Davis.
College coach news:
Jackie Stiles’ positive outlook on life is inspiring the Oklahoma coaching staff.
The Olympic qualifying tournament in Argentina is a bit of a homecoming for Diana Taurasi.
Canada’s coach is trying to see the silver lining in new Olympic qualifying rules.