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No. 7 Virginia Tech posts 9th straight win, beats Boston College 73-58
Reigning Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Elizabeth Kitley had 22 points to lead No. 7 Virginia Tech to a 73-58 victory over Boston College.
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Michigan’s Jaelin Llewellyn out for season with knee injury
Michigan point guard Jaelin Llewellyn is out for the rest of the season with an injured left knee and is expected to have surgery next month.
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Miles Kelly leads Georgia Tech to 79-77 win over rival Georgia
Miles Kelly hit a long 3-pointer and then a drove for the game-winning floater with 23 seconds remaining as Georgia Tech rallied to beat Georgia.
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No. 17 Illinois rallies late, beats No. 2 Texas 85-78 in OT
Terrence Shannon Jr. scored 12 of his 16 points in overtime, including the tiebreaking 3-pointer with 3:34 remaining, and No. 17 Illinois rallied to hand second-ranked Texas its first loss of the season, 85...
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Clark, Gardner lift No. 3 Virginia past James Madison, 55-50
Kihei Clark scored 18 points, Jayden Gardner had 14 points and eight rebounds, and No. 3 Virginia beat feisty in-state rival James Madison 55-50 on Tuesday night.
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No. 25 Villanova women beat American University 83-42
Maddy Siegrist had 24 points and seven rebounds, Lucy Olsen added 14 points and No. 25 Villanova beat American University 83-42 on Tuesday night.
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No. 6 UConn star Azzi Fudd out 3-6 weeks with knee injury
UConn's top scorer, Azzi Fudd, is expected to be out three to six weeks because of a right knee injury she suffered during her team's weekend loss to No. 5 Notre Dame.
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New Mexico State suspends player after shooting
New Mexico State's athletic director says power forward Mike Peake has been suspended indefinitely in connection with last month's fatal shooting of a student from a rival university.
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No. 18 Gonzaga withstands scare from Kent State for 73-66 win
Drew Timme stepped up big time with 29 points and 17 rebounds.
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Preseason No. 1 North Carolina drops out of AP Top 25
Houston and Texas remained firmly entrenched atop the AP Top 25 poll, while preseason No. 1 North Carolina dropped out entirely after a fourth straight loss.
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Stanford’s Tara VanDerveer tops women’s AP Top 25 appearances
Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer stands atop the AP Top 25 women's poll with the most appearances all time, breaking a tie with the late Pat Summitt.
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Northwestern beats No. 20 Michigan State in Big Ten opener
Boo Buie scored 20 points to lead the way for the Wildcats.
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Miles, No. 7 Notre Dame women beat No. 3 UConn; Fudd hurt
Geno Auriemma didn't sound too worried about Fudd's status.
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Brink leads No. 2 Stanford women over No. 23 Gonzaga 84-63
Cameron Brink put up 14 points and a season-high 16 rebounds.
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Top-ranked Houston grinds out 53-48 win over Saint Mary’s
The Gaels put a real scare in the Cougars.
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Clowney, No. 11 Alabama recover to beat South Dakota State
Freshman Noah Clowney broke out to help the Crimson Tide recover after blowing a 20-point lead.
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Rutgers beats No. 10 Indiana for sixth straight time, 63-48
Rutgers handed the Hoosiers their first loss of the season.
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Flagler, No. 6 Baylor rally late, top No. 14 Gonzaga 64-63
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — In a rematch of the 2021 national championship game, Adam Flagler hit a pair of 3s as No. 6 Baylor scored the final eight points to rally past No. 14 Gonzaga 64-63 Friday night. Gonzaga...
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Highlights: No. 6 Baylor nabs late win vs. No. 14 Gonzaga
Jalen Bridges' free throws in the final seconds lifted sixth-ranked Baylor to a dramatic victory over 14th-ranked Gonzaga in the inaugural Peacock Classic.
Carr scores 19, No. 2 Texas beats No. 7 Creighton 72-67
Texas had pressured Creighton's shooters into a miserable night, only to watch a late flurry of 3-pointers start swishing.
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No. 20 Maryland upsets No. 7 Notre Dame at the buzzer, 74-72
Diamond Miller scored 31 points, including the game-winner at the buzzer, to lead No. 20 Maryland to a 74-72 victory over seventh-ranked Notre Dame.
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Virginia’s depth helping its rapid climb in the AP Top 25
The starting five is the same, but that's where comparisons between the Virginia team that has climbed to No. 3 in the AP Top 25 and last year's NIT quarterfinalists ends.
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No. 4 Arizona turning heads early in the season
Buoyed by transfers and improved returning players, Arizona has rolled through the early part of its schedule, climbing to No. 4 in this week's AP Top 25.
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Gardner, No. 3 Virginia rally for 70-68 win at Michigan
Tony Bennett's team passed all its tests in the opening month of the season.
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Marquette’s defense overwhelms No. 6 Baylor in 96-70 win
Marquette has developed a habit under Shaka Smart of saving its top performances for the best opponents on its schedule.
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Houston reaches No. 1 in AP poll for first time since 1983
Make some room, Phi Slama Jama. Another Houston team has reached the top of men's college basketball.
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South Carolina tops women’s AP Top 25; Stanford, UConn next
South Carolina remained the unanimous No. 1 choice in the AP Top 25 women's poll, as the Gamecocks keep close watch on the foot injury of reigning Player of the Year Aliyah Boston.
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Edey scores 21 as No. 24 Purdue beats No. 8 Duke 75-56
Zach Edey and No. 24 Purdue shook off a slow start. When No. 8 Duke tried to rally in the second half, the Boilermakers finished strong.
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No. 18 Alabama beats No. 1 North Carolina 103-101 in 4 OTs
Mark Sears had 24 points, five rebounds and five assists, and No. 18 Alabama sent top-ranked North Carolina to a second straight loss with a 103-101 victory in a quadruple-overtime thriller on Sunday in the...
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Clingan lifts UConn past Iowa State for Phil Knight title
Donovan Clingan had 15 points and 10 rebounds to power No. 20 UConn to a 71-53 win over Iowa State in the championship game of the Phil Knight Invitational on Sunday night.
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No. 3 UConn rallies past No. 9 Iowa to win Phil Knight title
Azzi Fudd scored 24 points to rally No. 3 UConn past No. 9 Iowa 86-79 Sunday in the championship game of the first Phil Knight Legacy women's tournament.
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No. 22 Tennessee beats No. 3 Kansas 64-50 for Atlantis title
Santiago Vescovi scored 20 points while Tennessee locked down on third-ranked Kansas in a 64-50 win Friday night in the championship game at the Battle 4 Atlantis.
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BYU erases 23-point deficit, beats Dayton in overtime 79-75
Gideon George scored 21 points and combined with Jaxson Robinson and Rudi Williams for BYU's 15 overtime points as the Cougars came back from a 23-point deficit to beat Dayton 79-75 in overtime Friday.
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Portland beats Villanova 83-71 in Phil Knight Invitational
Moses Wood scored 16 points and Portland beat Villanova 83-71 on Friday in the Phil Knight Invitational.
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Caleb Grill, Iowa State topples No. 1 North Carolina 70-65
Caleb Grill hit seven 3-pointers and scored a career-high 31 points and Iowa State rallied in the final five minutes to stun No. 1 North Carolina 70-65 in the semifinals of the Phil Knight Invitational.
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No. 8 Duke locks down late, holds off Xavier 71-64
The Blue Devils (6-1) advanced to the championship game over Xavier thanks to the play of their standout guard and another strong defensive effort.
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Ballo, No. 14 Arizona beat No. 10 Creighton for Maui title
Oumar Ballo's 30 points and 13 rebounds led Arizona over Creighton for the Maui Invitational title in a top-15 matchup.
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Johnson lifts Kansas State past LSU, 61-59 for Cayman title
Keyontae Johnson's jumper with five seconds clinched the early regular season tournament for the Wildcats.
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Sueing leads Buckeyes past No. 21 Texas Tech 80-73 in Maui
Justice Sueing's 33-point performance was as good a homecoming as he could ask for.
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No. 3 Kansas beats NC State in coach Bill Self’s return
Self returned to the Jayhawks' bench Wednesday after a four-game suspension.
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American knocks off Georgetown for 1st time since 1982
American trailed by as many as 16 points in the first half but ultimately overcame the Hoyas.
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Nembhard’s 25 carry Creighton past Arkansas in Maui thriller
Ryan Nembhard drove the lane for an authoritative dunk in the closing minutes and scored a career-high 25 points for No. 10 Creighton, which survived a tense second half to beat No. 9 Arkansas 90-87.
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Curbelo, St. John’s wins Legends, top Syracuse 76-69 in OT
Andre Curbelo scored a career-high 23 points, Joel Soriano and David Jones had double-doubles and St. John's dominated overtime for a 76-69 win over Syracuse on Tuesday night to capture the Vividseats...
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NCAA awards Final Four to Las Vegas for first time
The Final Four is headed for the first time to Las Vegas, where wagering on the NCAA Tournament has long been a staple of March Madness revelry.
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No. 21 Texas Tech holds Louisville to lowest score since 1948
The 21st-ranked Red Raiders held the Cardinals to their lowest point total in 74 years in a 70-38 victory in the Maui Invitational on Tuesday.
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Strong 2nd half lifts No. 10 Bluejays past No. 21 Texas Tech
The 10th-ranked Bluejays looked like their old selves after that, getting out to a quick lead in the second half and pulling away for a 76-65 win over the No. 21 Red Raiders in the opening game of the Maui...
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Boston College defeats Wyoming for 3rd place at Paradise Jam
Jaeden Zackery scored 16 points and Boston College took third place at the Paradise Jam, defeating Wyoming 59-48 on Monday night.
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Kyle Filipowski paces No. 8 Duke past Bellarmine 74-57
Kyle Filipowski scored 18 points to lead Duke in scoring for the fourth time this season in a hard-earned 74-57 win over Bellarmine on Monday night.
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No. 11 Virginia Tech women beat Kentucky 82-74
Elizabeth Kitley scored 25 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to help No. 11 Virginia Tech beat Kentucky 82-74 on Monday.
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AP Top 25: Virginia climbs to No. 5, UNC and Houston are 1-2
Virginia had the difficult task of playing two ranked teams while grieving a tragedy that shook the Cavaliers and the rest of their campus.
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