Much of the contentious game action today happened in West coast conferences:
Cal Poly survived Hawaii, 62-60. Molly Schlemer hit 1,001 career points in the process.
Pacific downed Saint Mary’s, 88-71. It was the Gaels’ first home loss of the season.
USC beat UCLA, 68-54, and sweep the season series.
Other notable results:
A Rachel Hollivay buzzer-beater lifted Rutgers past SMU, 65-64.
Butler edged Marquette, 74-70.
Indiana topped Wisconsin, 76-69.
IUPUI defeated South Dakota State, 76-66, and ended three of their winning streaks in the process.
St. John’s dominated Providence, 85-65. Five players scored in double figures.
Southern Utah routed Sacramento State, 93-74, sweeping the season series.
Odyssey Sims’ winning has been key for four years at Baylor.
The Bears are still striving and succeeding post-Brittney Griner.
Kentucky freshman Makayla Epps has got her groove back.
Freshman forward Mehryn Kraker is vital to Green Bay’s offense.
Richmond is maintaining focus and resolve as their roster dwindles.
Michigan State’s Becca Mills is working to stay out of foul trouble.
New Sparks owner Magic Johnson says the team will turn a profit under the ownership.
But some are skeptical.