Capping an incredible week of basketball

All this parity, Caitlin Clark – a generational player. We are lucky to be seeing these amazing basketball times.


No. 10 UConn rolled past No. 7 Tennessee, 75-56.

Florida knocked off No. 14 Georgia, 54-51.

Arizona State toppled No. 19 Oregon, 55-49.

Florida State upended No. 20 Notre Dame, 70-65, for the first time.


No. 21 Iowa roared from behind and almost caught Michigan, behind 46 points from Caitlin Clark. But the Wolverines prevailed, 98-90.

More results:

No. 2 Stanford 83, USC 57

No. 4 Louisville 100, Syracuse 64

No. 5 Indiana 64, Purdue 57

No. 8 Arizona 73, Oregon State 61

No. 9 Baylor 63, No. 13 Texas 55

No. 17 Maryland 80, Nebraska 65

No. 24 North Carolina 85, Miami 38

Texas A&M 73, Kentucky 64 (OT)

Colorado 66, Washington 43

Utah 72, Washington State 66

Alabama 77, Vanderbilt 71 (OT)

Virginia Tech 85, Boston College 62

Northwestern 78, Penn State 72

UCLA 59, Cal 54

Kansas 75, TCU 60

Minnesota 71, Michigan State 60

Duke 81, Wake Forest 76

Rhode Island 66, LaSalle 60

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

UCF is relying on balanced scoring as the regular season winds down.

Missouri is positioned for their first NCAA Tournament appearance in three years.

The NCAA’s power 10 rankings for the week.

College player news:

Caitlin Clark set a new career high, going off for 46 points in today’s game. She’s had three 40-plus point games this year.

College coach news:

Lindsay Whalen’s potential as a coach makes her worth the wait for Minnesota.

The pressure is growing for Florida to remove the “interim” tag from Kelly Rae Finley’s title.

WNBA news:

Can Liz Cambage and Chennedy Carter turn the Sparks around?

Courtney Williams knows the Sun have her best interest in mind.