WOMENS BASKETBALL
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Baylor 88, Texas Tech 80
Baylor 88, Texas Tech 80 NaLyssa Smith scored 23 points, Sarah Andrews added 19 and No. 11 Baylor outscored Texas Tech 9-1 in the last 2 1/2 minutes for an 88-80 win.

Arizona 74, UCLA 63
Arizona 74, UCLA 63 Shaina Pellington scored 12 of her 20 points in the fourth quarter and Sam Thomas added 19 points to lead No. 8 Arizona to a 74-63 victory over UCLA.

Texas 66, Kansas State 48
Texas 66, Kansas State 48 Aliyah Matharu scored 18 points, Audrey Warren had 16, and No. 9 Texas contained record-setting Ayoka Lee while beating Kansas State 66-48 for its fourth straight victory.

Connecticut 80, DePaul 78
Connecticut 80, DePaul 78 Caroline Ducharme drove inside for a tiebreaking layup with 1.5 seconds left, and No. 10 UConn topped Aneesah Morrow and DePaul 80-78.

Iowa State 77, Kansas 62
Iowa State 77, Kansas 62 Ashley Joens scored 21 points and younger sister Aubrey broke out of a slump with 16 points to lead No. 13 Iowa State to a 77-62 win over Kansas, snapping a two-game losing streak.

Oklahoma 84, Oklahoma State 58
Oklahoma 84, Oklahoma State 58 Liz Scott scored a career-high 22 points and No. 18 Oklahoma used a strong start and a fast finish to roll to an 84-58 win over Oklahoma State.

Oregon 70, Utah 66
Oregon 70, Utah 66 Nyara Sabally scored 13 of her 15 points in the second half, Endyia Rogers added 14 points and No. 19 Oregon made six free throws in the final minute to hold off Utah 70-66 for its 12th straight victory in the series.

Iowa 107, Penn State 79
Iowa 107, Penn State 79 Caitlin Clark had 20 points, a career-high 17 assists and seven rebounds, nearly missing her third triple-double in four games, and No. 23 Iowa beat Penn State 107-79 to spoil Makenna Marisa's third 30-plus performance of the season.

Brigham Young 70, San Diego 48
Brigham Young 70, San Diego 48 Shaylee Gonzales scored 20 points, Lauren Gustin had 10 points and 13 rebounds and No. 16 BYU beat San Diego 70-48.

South Carolina 85, Vanderbilt 30
South Carolina 85, Vanderbilt 30 LeLe Grissett scored a season-high 14 points, Aliyah Boston is up to 12 straight games with a double-double, and No. 1 South Carolina got its 14th consecutive win over Vanderbilt in a 85-30 victory.

Michigan 79, Purdue 66
Michigan 79, Purdue 66 Naz Hillmon scored 32 points and had 12 rebounds, and No. 7 Michigan dominated the paint in a 79-66 win over Purdue.

Duke 57, Virginia 48
Duke 57, Virginia 48 Shayeann Day-Wilson scored 13 points and No. 21 Duke survived a six-minute scoring drought in the fourth quarter to hold on for a win in a 57-48 battle with Virginia.

Iowa 82, Illinois 56
Iowa 82, Illinois 56 Monika Czinano scored 10 of her 21 points a decisive opening run and No. 25 Iowa led by double figures for more than 34 minutes as the Hawkeyes beat Illinois 82-56 for their fifth consecutive win.

North Carolina State 51, Virginia Tech 45
North Carolina State 51, Virginia Tech 45 Limiting Virginia Tech to 29.3% shooting from the floor, No. 4 North Carolina State won its eighth straight game, topping the Hokies 51-45.

Notre Dame 77, Pittsburgh 63
Notre Dame 77, Pittsburgh 63 Maya Dodson had 23 points and 12 rebounds and No. 19 Notre Dame once again had five players in double figures, defeating Pittsburgh 77-63.

Florida 73, Louisiana State 72
Florida 73, Louisiana State 72 Zippy Broughton hit a clutch pull-up, mid-range jumper with just under a minute left, then added two free throws with six seconds remaining to ice Florida's 73-72 upset win over No. 11 LSU.

Baylor 87, Iowa State 61
Baylor 87, Iowa State 61 Jordan Lewis scored 24 points with six made 3-pointers, Queen Egbo had 14 points while setting a career high with 20 rebounds and No. 15 Baylor beat seventh-ranked Iowa State 87-61.

Kansas State 94, Oklahoma 65
Kansas State 94, Oklahoma 65 Ayoka Lee poured in 61 points to set the NCAA women's single-game scoring record for Division I and Kansas State romped to a 94-65 victory over No. 14 Oklahoma.

Louisville 72, Wake Forest 60
Louisville 72, Wake Forest 60 Hailey Van Lith scored 17 points for No. 3 Louisville in a 72-60 victory over Wake Forest.

Tennessee 63, Georgia 55
Tennessee 63, Georgia 55 Jordan Horston scored 19 points with 11 rebounds and No. 5 Tennessee overcame a sluggish first half to beat No. 13 Georgia 63-55 and remain undefeated in Southeastern Conference games.



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