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UC Davis 64, No. 18 Oregon 57
Cierra Hall scored 13 points, Sage Stobbart scored all 11 of her points in the second half, and UC Davis ended No. 18 Oregon’s 44-game home winning streak against nonconference opponents, beating the Ducks 64-57 on Wednesday night.
It was the Aggies’ first win over a ranked opponent since moving to Division I in 2003.
Stobbart hit 4 of 8 shots — 3 of 6 from distance — and added eight rebounds. Evanne Turner had 11 points, while Lena Svanholm scored 10 off the bench for the Aggies (4-2).
Oregon (3-3) trailed 53-46 entering the fourth and closed the gap to four points on a 3-pointer by Sydney Parrish, but Stobbart answered with a layup and a 3-pointer. Maddie Scherr’s layup cut Oregon’s deficit to 60-56 with 2:56 remaining, but the Ducks went scoreless from there.
Ahlise Hurst and Sedona Prince topped the banged-up Ducks with 11 points apiece. Oregon played without injured leading scorer Nyara Sabally for a third straight game — all losses.
Sage Stobbart scored all 11 of her points in the second half and UC Davis ended No. 18 Oregon's 44-game home winning streak against nonconference opponents with a 64-57 victory on Wednesday night
It was the Aggies' first win over a nationally ranked opponent since moving to Division I in 2003.
Stobbart sank a 3-pointer to open the second half for the Aggies (4-2), who trailed 35-34 at halftime, and hit another 3 to cap a 17-6 run that left them leading 51-41 with 4:47 left in the third quarter.
Oregon (3-3) trailed 53-46 entering the fourth and closed the gap to four points on a 3-pointer by Sydney Parrish, but Stobbart answered with a layup and a 3-pointer to up the Aggies' lead to 58-49 with 6:48 left to play. Maddie Scherr's layup cut Oregon's deficit to 60-56 with 2:56 remaining, but the Ducks went scoreless from there.
Cierra Hall led UC Davis with 13 points. Stobbart hit 4 of 8 shots — 3 of 6 from distance — and added eight rebounds. Evanne Turner had 11 points, while Lena Svanholm scored 10 off the bench.
Ahlise Hurst and Sedona Prince topped the banged-up Ducks, who played without injured leading scorer Nyara Sabally for a third straight game, with 11 points apiece.
Oregon, which has lost three straight games, was playing for the first time in nine days after losing the final two games of the Battle 4 Atlantis to No. 1 South Carolina and No. 13 South Florida.
UC Davis, the five-time defending champions of the Big West Conference, beat the Ducks in their second meeting. Oregon won 63-57 last season in Eugene. The Aggies also led after three quarters in that contest.
No. 11 Tennessee 76, Tennessee Tech 48
Alexus Dye had 20 points and nine rebounds, Tamari Key added 11 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks, and Tennessee beat Tennessee Tech.
Tennessee led 38-30 at halftime and outscored TTU 18-5 in the third quarter to pull away.
Tess Darby finished with 12 points on four 3-pointers for Tennessee (7-0). Dye was 10 of 15 from the field.
Anna Jones scored 12 points for Tennessee Tech (2-5).
No. 15 Texas 78, Jackson State 64
Lauren Ebo had 14 points, seven rebounds and five blocks, and Texas overcame foul trouble to turn back Jackson State.
The Longhorns (5-1) had two starters foul out and two reserves with four fouls. They didn’t get the lead to double figures until the third quarter.
Matharu scored 13 points and Joanne Allen-Taylor had 10 for Texas.
Jariyah Covington scored 16 points for Jackson State (1-3).
No. 16 Kentucky 83, West Virginia 60
Rhyne Howard scored 27 points and Kentucky rolled over West Virginia in the Big 12/SEC Challenge.
Dre'una Edwards had 19 points, 10 rebounds and six blocks for the Wildcats (5-1) and Jada Walker scored 11 points. Howard was 5 of 7 from 3-point range and had seven rebounds, four assists and three steals.
Kirsten Dean scored 20 points and Esmery Martinez had 14 for West Virginia (4-2).
No. 17 Texas A&M 65, Little Rock 50
Kayla Wells and Destiny Pitts each scored 15 points as Texas A&M extended its season-opening win streak.
Aaliyah Patty had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Texas A&M (8-0). Wells, making her 100th consecutive start, was 5 of 9 from the field and the Aggies shot 46.2%.
Raziya Potter scored 23 points to lead Little Rock (4-4). Sali Kourouma added 15 points.
Syracuse 97, No. 18 Ohio State 91
Teisha Hyman scored a career-high 30 points, Chrislyn Carr scored all 24 of her points in the second half and Syracuse upended Ohio State.
Naje Murray added 21 points for the Orange (4-4), who only played six players and got four points from their only reserve.
Jaycy Sheldon scored 23 points, Taylor Mikesell had 21 and Rebeka Mikulasikova 16 for the Buckeyes (5-1), who played outside of Ohio and a Power 5 opponent for the first time this season.
Princeton 58, No. 22 Florida Gulf Coast 55
Abby Meyers scored 18 points, including the go-ahead jumper with 20 seconds left, and Princeton beat Florida Gulf Coast.
Grace Stone added 17 points for the Tigers (6-1), who beat a ranked opponent for the first time since 1978.
Kierstan Bell went 0-for-9 from 3-point range but still led FGCU (7-1) with 19 points and 12 rebounds. Her layup with 1:23 left gave the Eagles their last lead at 53-52. Meyers followed with a three-point play and Tyra Cox tied it with two free throws before Meyers came through for Princeton.
No. 23 Oregon State 76, Pacific 72
Talia von Oelhoffen made a go-ahead 3-pointer with under a minute to play and sank two free throws with 1.5 seconds left, leading Oregon State past Pacific.
Von Oelhoffen led Oregon State (4-2) with 18 points. Taylor Jones added 15 points.
Anaya James led Pacific (2-5) with 31 points. James was 10 of 22 from the field, including 5 of 7 from 3-point range. Erica Adams added 13 points, Liz Smith scored 12 and Elizabeth Elliott had 10 points and eight rebounds.
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