Alabama took down No. 12 Texas A&M, 76-63.
Illinois toppled No. 21 Missouri State, 78-66.
Notre Dame routed North Carolina, 83-65.
No. 1 South Carolina 100, Florida 67
No. 5 Louisville 68, Boston College 48
No. 8 NC State 69, Syracuse 60
No. 10 Mississippi State 92, Arkansas 83
No. 15 Kentucky 88, Georgia 77
No. 18 Iowa 90, Minnesota 82
No. 19 Florida State 81, Clemson 54
No. 22 Indiana 81, Nebraska 53
Tennessee 77, Ole Miss 66
Virginia Tech 70, Duke 56
Rutgers 63, Wisconsin 43
LSU 61, Vanderbilt 55
BYU 66, Pepperdine 64
College team news:
Oregon is looking to win the Pac-12 title outright tomorrow against Washington State.
With relevant opponents complete, help for the Ducks can only come from afar.
No. 7 Maryland looks to be even better in the postseason.
CAA: first-place Drexel is aiming for their first NCAA bid since 2009.
UConn isn’t dominating like we’re used to, and that’s OK.
Arizona State can get 20 wins and clinch a fifth seed in the Pac-12 with a win tomorrow.
A change in practice philosophy has sparked Charlotte.
Seton Hall is in position to control its postseason.
One boy has an unbreakable bond with Buffalo.
College player news:
When Maryland is at its best, Stephanie Jones plays “mean.”
Rickea Jackson has elevated her game at Mississippi State.
Satou Sabally talks about her decision to go pro, and her remaining career at Oregon.
Washington’s Amber Melgoza is leading her team and making her mark.
Colorado’s Jaylyn Sherrod is having a freshman year to remember.
Twins Haley and Hanna Cavinder are taking Fresno State to another level.
Mississippi State’s Promise Taylor has medically retired.
Who’s the player of the year in each conference?
A former SMU player has filed a lawsuit against the university and coach Travis Mays.
The premiere of the “Women of Troy” documentary brought the USC greats home.
College coach news:
C Vivian Stringer was honored by New Jersey lawmakers.
Oregon State coach Scott Rueck sees progress, despite his team’s recent losses.
Hartford coach Morgan Valley earned Diana Taurasi’s champagne celebration.
The Carol Eckman coaching with integrity award has been given to Villanova’s Harry Perretta.
High school news: