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Caitlin Clark becomes the NCAA’s all-time scoring leader

Caitlin Clark becomes the NCAA’s all-time leading scorer:

She did it.

Clark got a surprise visit from childhood role model Maya Moore.

Upsets:

No. 6 Iowa turned the tables on No. 2 Ohio State, 93-83.

Virginia knocked off No. 5 Virginia Tech, 80-75.

More results:

No. 1 South Carolina 76, Tennessee 68

No. 9 LSU 77, Kentucky 56

No. 12 NC State 75, Wake Forest 57

No. 14 Indiana 71, Maryland 54

No. 17 Notre Dame 74, No. 22 Louisville 58

No. 21 Baylor 67, Oklahoma State 45

No. 23 Creighton 72, Seton Hall 65

North Carolina 63, Duke 59

Illinois 74, Nebraska 73

Ole Miss 87, Arkansas 43

Auburn 77, Florida 74

Penn State 90, Minnesota 34

Georgia Tech 71, Miami 66

Michigan State 78, Wisconsin 52

Vanderbilt 72, Georgia 65

Alabama 78, Texas A&M 71

Mississippi State 90, Missouri 75

Michigan 64, Purdue 60

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

How the Gamecocks pulled off an undefeated regular season.

College player news:

Elizabeth Kitley sustained a left knee injury during today’s game, and did not return.

Mackenzie Holmes also suffered a left knee injury, and did not return to her game……coach Teri Moren said she is day-to-day.

Kamilla Cardoso was reunited with her family for senior day.

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