No. 9 Louisville took down No. 4 NC State, 66-59.
LSU ran by No. 25 Tennessee, 75-65. It’s the third straight loss for the Lady Vols.
No. 19 Northwestern edged Michigan, 66-60.
No. 20 Indiana pulled away from Illinois, 59-54.
No. 10 Maryland crushed Iowa, 93-59, to take the Big Ten lead.
Chennedy Carter returned to lead No. 16 Texas A&M over Vanderbilt, 74-53.
In the highest-scoring game of the season so far, Coastal Carolina stopped Troy, 124-103. DJ Williams broke a 34-year-old school record with 51 points.
Old Dominion edged Rice in OT, 66-59 to claim first place in C-USA.
Ohio State made easy work of Minnesota, 99-76.
Michigan State rallied to take down Rutgers, 57-53.
Virginia Tech stopped Georgia Tech in OT, 64-61.
A buzzer-beater propelled Boston College past Notre Dame, 56-55.
Syracuse routed North Carolina, 74-56, for their third straight loss.
Purdue clipped Wisconsin, 62-59.
College team news:
No. 7 UCLA hosts No. 3 Oregon tomorrow, and yours truly couldn’t be more excited.
The Bruins want the win to solidify their position among the Pac-12 elite.
The Ducks face another road test in UCLA.
Oregon State faces back-to-back road trips the next two weekends.
Both Arizona State and Arizona are set for a rare feat in the NCAA Tournament.
Fourteen red-hot DII teams you don’t want to play down the stretch.
College player news:
DI scoring leader Stella Johnson is eyeing a strong finish, and WNBA dreams.
Elissa Cunane is powering NC State to do special things.
Oregon’s Minyon Moore anticipates a happy homecoming this weekend.
The five best passers in Division I.
The 10 finalists for the Katrina McClain Award.
College coach news:
Princeton coach Carla Berube on defense, handshakes and bleeding orange.
The Storm have re-signed Breanna Stewart.
The Dream have signed Glory Johnson.
The Fever have re-signed Tiffany Mitchell.
The Mystics have signed Leilani Mitchell.
The Sky have signed Sydney Colson, and Courtney Vandersloot, Allie Quigley and Stefanie Dolson have agreed to re-sign.
The Mercury have signed Bria Hartley, continuing their roster remake.
Phoenix’s family culture sold Skylar Diggins-Smith.