Duke toppled No. 9 Iowa, 79-64.
Texas-Arlington upended No. 13 South Florida, 61-56.
LSU took down No. 14 Iowa State, 69-60.
UCF 52, Arkansas 51
No. 2 NC State 66, No. 6 Indiana 58
No. 8 Maryland escaped Miami, 82-74, to end a two-game skid.
No. 10 Louisville 70, No. 12 Michigan 48
No. 20 Georgia 66, Texas Tech 56
No. 24 Notre Dame 76, Michigan State 71
No. 25 Florida State 67, Illinois 58
Boston College 86, Penn State 69
Washington State 72, San Francisco 58
Cal 73, Fresno State 72
Holy Cross 66, Rhode Island 54
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
The Hawkeyes struggled tonight in their first game back from a COVID pause.
As their schedule gets tougher, Michigan State is ready to see how it stacks up.
One publication calls Siena “a broken program.”
College player news:
Bradley’s Gabi Haack continues her assault on the record books.
Arizona freshman Netty Vonleh is showing signs of a promising future.
College coach news:
Kim Mulkey returned home, to LSU, with Baylor baggage and all.
Dawn Staley is vague on the status of injured point guard Destanni Henderson.
Geno Auriemma has challenged the Huskies to be mentally tougher.
Thanks to a gift, Montana State’s coach has been permanently endowed.
College conference news:
Big Ten VP Megan Kahn can move women’s basketball to a more equitable spot.
The draft lottery will be Dec. 19, on ESPN.
Lottery teams include the Fever, Dream, Mystics and Wings.
Dallas will have another shot at the top pick.
WNBL team previews.