Weekday night grind

Today’s results:

No. 5 UCLA 60, Arizona State 57

No. 6 Stanford 77, Washington State 49

Oregon State 72, Colorado 64

Western Kentucky 100, Charlotte 99 (3OT)

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Dominance is nice, but the sport benefits from unpredictability.

Indiana is navigating through the pandemic amidst expectations.

Big win opportunities are shrinking for Michigan State.

Siena’s weekend games are postponed, but the program isn’t pausing.

Oregon is on COVID pause and has postponed this weekend’s games.

Boston College remains on COVID pause.

College player news:

The Leger-Walker sisters are leading Washington State to new heights.

The three Thomas sisters are excelling on the court at Arizona and UNLV.

Taya Hanson has honed her skills for Arizona State.

After transferring, Aleah Nelson is at home at Towson.

College coach news:

Bill Fennelly wants Iowa State to keep improving.

Clemson coach Amanda Butler has become a resource for some NBA coaches.

College conference and NCAA news:

This fall Central Arkansas, Eastern Kentucky and Jacksonville State will join the ASUN Conference.

The NCAA is poised to make San Antonio home to the entire NCAA Tournament.

WNBA news:

Re-signing Diana Taurasi could be the Mercury’s biggest free agency move.

Alysha Clark is leaving the Storm, so what’s next for the team in free agency?

The Mystics made a free agency splash, and Emma Meesseman is next.

The Lynx have added Natalie Achonwa and Aerial Powers.

The Sparks will build around Nneka Ogwumike after losing Candace Parker and Chelsea Gray in free agency.

Layshia Clarendon had surgery to remove her breasts, as a transgender person, and is supported by her team and by the league.