March roars in like a den of lions


Cal edged No. 13 Arizona on the road, 55-54.

Mariella Fascoula rallied Vanderbilt past No. 15 Kentucky, 70-64.

Marquette held on to beat No. 16 DePaul, 90-83.

Rutgers took down No. 18 Iowa, 78-74.

Notre Dame topped No. 19 Florida State, 70-67.

Texas Tech held off No. 25 TCU, 87-83.

More results:

No. 7 Maryland thrashed Minnesota, 99-44, for their biggest conference win ever.

No. 9 UCLA routed Utah, 77-54, to clinch the second seed in the Pac-12 Tournament.

No. 10 Mississippi State ran by Ole Miss, 84-59.

No. 17 Oregon State fought off emotions to down Washington State, 73-58.

No. 22 Indiana took care of Michigan, 78-60.

Tennessee nipped Auburn, 56-55.

Drake outlasted Valparaiso, 83-79.

Duke made easy work of North Carolina, 73-54.

No. 1 South Carolina 60, No. 12 Texas A&M 52

No. 3 Oregon 92, Washington 56

No. 4 Stanford 55, No. 24 Arizona State 44

No. 5 Louisville 70, Virginia Tech 53

No. 8 NC State 75, Virginia 64

No. 21 Missouri State 69, Bradley 66

Arkansas 75, LSU 71

Alabama 73, Missouri 61

Seton Hall 66, Butler 53

USC 66, Colorado 55

Boston College 88, Syracuse 81

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

After 30 years and one great season, Northwestern got a Big Ten title.

Today NC State hit an NCAA record 13 three-pointers in a row.

Farewell to a great senior class shows how far the Ducks have come.

Oregon’s wins means big business in the area.

Louisville maintained their standard without a transcendent star.

Syracuse has no margin for error heading into the ACC Tournament.

The NCAA’s final power 10 rankings of the season.

College player news:

Arizona State senior Kiara Russell sustained a knee injury in the team’s loss today.

Taryn McCutcheon’s assist record sent Michigan State out on a high note.

A multi-sport background and a warrior mentality guided North Alabama’s Kenysha Coulson.

UCLA’s Japreece Dean is small but mighty.

Former Louisville star Asia Durr returned today to support her former team.