Teams flexing; Fever win WNBA draft lottery


Villanova toppled No. 24 Princeton, 69-59. Maddy Siegrist lead the way with 32 points.

More results:

No. 1 South Carolina 81, No. 17 Maryland 56.

No. 2 Stanford 98, Pacific 44

No. 3 Texas 68, Louisiana 45

No. 11 Indiana 93, UMass Lowell 37

No. 13 Virginia Tech 67, Bucknell 41

No. 15 Oklahoma 97, SMU 74

No. 16 LSU 111, Mississippi Valley State 41

No. 22 Nebraska 79, Houston Christian 48

No. 23 South Dakota State 91, Lehigh 73

No. 25 Michigan 91, St. Francis PA 36

Utah 97, Utah Valley 27

Arizona State 62, Grambling 49

Kansas State 77, Wisconsin 63

Kentucky 73, Morehead State 48

Seton Hall 75, Rutgers 57

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

The questions that will determine whether the Gamecocks can repeat as champions.

College player news:

Texas point guard Rori Harmon missed today’s season opener with a leg injury, and is day-to-day.

Arizona freshman Lemyah Hylton has got next.

Freshman Brianna McLeod has confidence from her debut.

College coach news:

UNLV coach Lindy La Rocque returned to the sidelines eight days after giving birth.

Lindsay Whalen is reminding the Gophers to stay grounded.

WNBA news:

The Fever won the draft lottery for the first time in franchise history, and will get the first pick. The Lynx, Dream and Mystics will choose next, in that order.

Indiana introduced Christie Sides as their new head coach.

The Wings introduced new coach Latricia Trammell, who promised to work on relationship-building.

Sabrina Ionescu is Oregon’s new director of athletic culture.

Analyzing the one-leg sleeve effect.

A source says the league will allow coaches to challenge plays, beginning next season.

WBHOF news:

Finalists for next year’s class include Carolyn Peck. Taj McWilliams-Franklin, Lindsay Whalen and Brian Agler.

Meet all 12 finalists.