Top 25 Capsules / women's basketball

No. 4 Louisville 84, Syracuse 77

Asia Durr scored 27 points, Myisha Hines-Allen added 19 points and 11 rebounds, and Louisville beat Syracuse on Sunday.

It was the 13th straight road win for the Cardinals (24-1, 10-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), whose last road loss was an 85-66 setback at Notre Dame a year ago. They have won four straight since suffering their only loss, a one-point setback to No. 10 Florida State.

Syracuse (17-7, 5-6) lost for the second straight time at home after reeling off 11 in a row.

Digna Strautmane led the Orange with 22 points, her third straight 20-point game, and Tiana Mangakahia had 20 points and 10 assists with 10 turnovers.

No. 5 Notre Dame 72, No. 19 Duke 54

Marina Mabrey scored 18 points and Notre Dame pulled away to beat Duke.

Jackie Young added 17 points and Arike Ogunbowale finished with 12 to help the Fighting Irish (22-2, 10-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) win their seventh straight.

They shot nearly 54 percent in the second half, scored 22 points off Duke's 17 turnovers and used a 10-0 run in the fourth quarter to wrap up their 14th straight victory in the series.

ACC scoring leader Lexie Brown finished with 16 points, Rebecca Greenwell had 12 and Leaonna Odom added 11 for Duke (18-6, 7-4).

No. 24 Stanford 78, No. 6 Oregon 65

Brittany McPhee scored 31 of her career-high 33 points in the second half to lead Stanford to an upset of Oregon.

McPhee had the last 19 points for the Cardinal (16-8, 10-2 Pac-12), who now share the conference lead with the Ducks (21-4, 10-2). Alaina Smith and Kiana Williams each had 14 points.

Stanford, the last visitor to win in Eugene, snapped Oregon's 14-game home winning streak.

Sabrina Ionescu led the Ducks with 22 points, seven rebounds and seven assists. Ruthy Hebard added 16 points and Satou Sabally had 14.

No. 10 Florida State 66, Pittsburgh 59

A.J. Alix scored 25 points to lead Florida State to a win over Pittsburgh.

After a back-and-forth game that featured 14 lead changes, the Seminoles (19-4, 7-3 ACC) pulled ahead with an 8-0 run over 2:07 late in the fourth quarter to end Pitt's upset bid.

It was Alix that started the run with a 3-pointer to give Florida State a 53-49 lead with 4:27 to play. Alix, who is second in the Atlantic Coast Conference in assists per game, instead did most of the scoring herself, finishing 8 for 13 from the floor and 7 for 9 from 3-point range.

Alayna Gribble scored 13 points to lead the Panthers (10-14, 2-9).

No. 11 Maryland 64, Nebraska 57

Kaila Charles scored 25 points with a career-high 16 rebounds and three blocked shots and Maryland turned back Nebraska.

Brianna Fraser had 12 of her 14 in the second half for the Terrapins (20-3, 9-1 Big Ten). Eleanna Christinaki added 11 points and Kristen Confroy grabbed 10 rebounds to help the Terps to a 49-29 rebounding advantage. Charles was 11-of-16 shooting, her teammates 12 of 42.

Taylor Kissinger had 18 points for Nebraska (17-7, 8-3).

No. 12 Tennessee 74, Vanderbilt 64

Jaime Nared and Mercedes Russell combined for 50 points and 25 rebounds and Tennessee pulled away in the fourth quarter to defeat Vanderbilt.

Nared scored 16 of her career-best matching 30 points in the fourth quarter, made 15 of 17 free throws and grabbed 14 rebounds for her ninth double-double of the season. Russell scored 20 points on 10-of-16 shooting with 11 rebounds for her 11th double-double of the season and 41st of her career.

Anastasia Hayes added 10 points for the Lady Vols (19-4, 7-3 Southeastern Conference), who made 10 of 12 free throws in the last 67 seconds.

Chelsie Hall led the Commodores (6-18, 2-8), who have lost 8 of 10, with 19 points.

Rutgers 63, No. 13 Michigan 56

Reserve Ciani Cryor matched her season high with 16 points, nine in a late 12-0 run, and Rutgers No. 13 Michigan to end a four-game losing streak.

The Wolverines had erased an eight-point deficit with seven quick points when Cryor banked in a 3-pointer to make it 51-47 with 6:15 to play. Tyler Scaife followed with a jumper that just beat the shot clock and Michigan never recovered, missing five straight shots with four turnovers during the run.

Stasha Carey added 12 points for the Scarlet Knights (18-7, 6-5 Big Ten).

Katelynn Flaherty had 19 points in her return to her home state to lead the Wolverines (19-6, 8-4) and Hailey Brown scored 15.

No. 14 Texas A&M 78, Auburn 59

Danni Williams scored 20 to reach 1,000 career points and the nation's top-scoring freshman, Chennedy Carter, added 23 and Texas A&M beat Auburn for its 11th straight win in the series.

Williams became the 30th A&M player to reach the mark. Courtney Walker (2012-16) sits atop the club with 1,989 points.

Jasmine Lumpkin chipped in 10 points for Texas A&M (18-6, 7-3 Southeastern Conference), which was coming off an 82-67 loss at No. 12 Tennessee on Thursday. Anriel Howard had nine points, 10 rebounds and five assists.

Janiah McKay paced Auburn (11-11, 2-8) with 16 points. Abigayle Jackson scored a career-high 13. Auburn is 0-5 all-time in College Station.

The game was a rematch of the Aggies' 82-73 win on a Jan. 7 in which Khaalia Hillsman led the Aggies with a career-high 31 points, making 10 of 11 field goals, the third best field-goal percentage in program history. Hillsman had seven points Sunday.

No. 17 Georgia 69, Mississippi 45

Caliya Robinson scored 18 points, Mackenzie Engram had 17 points and seven rebounds and Georgia beat Mississippi.

Robinson recorded her 194th career block to move to fifth on Georgia's all-time list with Christi Thomas (2000-04).

Georgia (20-3, 8-2 Southeastern Conference) forced 28 turnovers to mark its fourth SEC opponent this season with 20-plus miscues. The Bulldogs scored 25 points off those against Ole Miss.

Georgia closed the third quarter on an 11-2 run, with four points from Robinson, for a 48-38 lead.

Alissa Alston led Mississippi (11-12, 1-9) with 18 points.

No. 16 Oregon State 68, No. 25 California 48

Katie McWilliams scored 14 of her season-high 19 in the first quarter and Oregon State rolled to a win over California.

Marie Gulich had 20 points and 10 rebounds for the Beavers (17-6, 8-4 Pac-12 Conference), who have won seven straight in the series after a 15-game losing streak. Mikayla Pivec had 13 rebounds as Oregon State grabbed 17 offensive boards and had a 46-28 overall advantage.

Kristine Anigwe had 13 points for the Golden Bears (15-8, 6-6), who lost their third straight, all against ranked teams to fall to 0-8 against the Top 25 this year. Anigwe, who surpassed 1,700 points in a loss at Oregon on Friday, topped 800 rebounds, the fourth active player with those milestones.

With McWilliams' hot start the Beavers bolted to a 20-10 lead after one quarter and were up 36-17 at the half.

 

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