Penn State edged No. 15 Ohio State, 69-67.
Iowa State took down No. 18 West Virginia, 85-68.
Marquette upended No. 24 DePaul, 85-71.
Seton Hall broke three single-game records in tonight’s win: scoring, three-pointers and assists.
Cincinnati’s Iimar’l Thomas broke a single-game school scoring record, with 51 points.
No. 19 Missouri State claimed the regular-season MVC title with a 67-55 win over SIU.
Texas stopped Kansas, 61-52.
Minnesota downed Nebraska, 73-63.
No. 7 Baylor 70, Oklahoma State 51
No. 11 Indiana 77, Wisconsin 49
No. 25 Rutgers 63, Michigan State 53
Oklahoma 76, TCU 60
Kansas State 86, Texas Tech 79
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
The Cardinal are champs once again.
Texas A&M knows the importance of the Alabama game.
Arizona is relying too much on Aari McDonald as the postseason nears.
Oregon season resume review.
Georgia is playing for Tournament seeding.
BYU looks to finish out the season with a couple of wins.
South Florida has won 13 straight.
St. Louis has found a way to persevere this year.
St. Francis Brooklyn will forego the rest of its season.
The Big Ten’s tournament schedule is out.
Horizon League tournament specs.
College player news:
The NCAA’s starting five for the week.
Tiana Mangakahia is ready to go pro.
Mangakahia has been Syracuse’s heart.
How Alabama’s Jasmine Walker is making her case for SEC player of the year.
The future for Albany’s heart and soul, Kyara Frames, is uncertain.
College coach news:
UConn is making its first trip to Omaha, but Creighton coach Jim Flanery has seen worse.
Dartmouth coach Bella Koclanes has departed after eight years to pursue another career path.
Former Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw has released a new book.
College referee and trainer news:
Official Angie Enlund was injured on court after the buzzer of the Rutgers-Michigan State game, and was taken to a hospital for treatment.
Athletic trainers are working overtime this season.
The NCAA’s next top 16 reveal has been moved to this Sunday.
A Senate bill has been introduced that would allow college endorsement deals and more.