Calypso Basketball
Home College Upsetting day, for some

Upsetting day, for some

Upsets:

A buzzer-beater propelled Washington State over No. 7 Arizona, 71-69, in OT.

Nebraska knocked off No. 23 Michigan State, 68-64.

More results, including several near-upsets:

No. 5 South Carolina came from behind to edge No. 10 Kentucky, 75-70.

A last-second layup sent No. 8 Texas A&M past No. 13 Arkansas, 74-73.

No. 9 UCLA left Utah behind, 92-67. Natalie Chou had a career-high 28 points for the Bruins.

No. 11 Oregon mauled Cal, 100-41.

No. 12 Maryland stifled Purdue, 83-46.

No. 14 Mississippi State held off Ole Miss, 60-56.

No. 15 Michigan stomped Illinois, 70-50.

No. 19 Indiana had no problem with Illinois, 74-49.

Tennessee squeezed past LSU, 64-63.

Georgia stopped Florida, 68-58.

Georgia Tech slipped by Virginia Tech, 56-54, to give them their fourth straight loss.

Wake Forest took care of Boston College, 68-48.

Miami downed North Carolina, 69-59.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Maryland has successfully filled the void left by Angel Reese’s injury.

Iowa State had 19 three-pointers in their rout of Texas Tech today.

After a 1-28 season, Morgan Valley’s Hartford team is coming along, in fits and starts.

Due to positive COVID tests and contact tracing, Auburn postponed today’s game against Missouri.

Kansas is back, but Baylor is not.

College player news:

Karissa McLaughlin set Purdue’s career three-point record today.

Aliyah Boston is letting her game speak for itself.

College coach news:

Daughter knows best as Holy Cross topped Army again.

Exit mobile version