No. 21 Iowa demolished No. 6 Michigan, 104-80, to claim a share of the Big Ten regular-season title.
It was an unbelievable scene at the Hawkeye’s arena, with 15,000 fans on hand.
Missouri took down No. 15 Florida, 78-73.
Wisconsin slipped past Purdue, 63-62.
No. 1 South Carolina 71, Ole Miss 57
No. 3 NC State secured the ACC title with a 68-66 win over No. 23 Virginia Tech.
No. 4 Louisville 86, No. 14 Notre Dame 64
No. 7 UConn 88, Providence 31
No. 8 LSU hung on to beat No. 16 Tennessee, 57-54, and clinch second in the SEC.
No. 17 Ohio State claimed a share of the Big Ten title with a 61-55 win over Michigan State.
No. 18 North Carolina 74, Duke 46
No. 22 Georgia Tech 64, Wake Forest 56
No. 25 Georgia 67, Texas A&M 58
Florida State 57, Pitt 52
Alabama 77, Vanderbilt 71
Kentucky 90, Auburn 62
Arkansas 87, Mississippi State 79
Nebraska 73, Northwestern 59
Maine’s 71-47 win over UMBC gave them the America East crown.
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
The Big 12 crown will be decided tomorrow when Baylor takes on Iowa State.
The NCAA’s power 10 for the week.
College player news:
Caitlin Clark is piling up points and records at her own fast pace.
Terrapin Ashley Owusu has battled through a hip injury and hopes for some March salvation.
College coach news:
Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico said it was “crushing” to miss a shot at the Big 10 title.
What Kim Mulkey cherished most about Pat Summitt.
Kathy Delaney-Smith concludes four decades coaching at Harvard, and being a fierce advocate for women in sports.
Several WNBA players are planning to leave Russia.
Athletes United crowned their inaugural champion and will return in 2023.