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tempe, ariz.» Mar­cus Fos­ter scored 29 points, Justin Pat­ton added 18 and No. 9 Creighton hit 14 3-point­ers to re­main un­de­feated with a 96-85 vic­tory over Ari­zona State on Tues­day night.

The na­tion’s top 3-point shoot­ing team, Creighton (12-0) over­came a slow start with a bar­rage of 3s.

The Blue­jays went 14-for-25 from the arc, with six play­ers hit­ting at least one. Toby Heigner and Isa­iah Zier­den led the 3-point at­tack, com­bin­ing to make 8-of-11 while scor­ing 12 points each.

To­rian Gra­ham and Tra Holder had 24 points each for Ari­zona State.


DJ Miles led North­ern Colorado to a 77-61 win over UC River­side with 22 points. … Esa Ah­mad led three West Vir­ginia play­ers in dou­ble fig­ures with 17 points and the 11th-ranked Moun­taineers beat Rad­ford 84-57. … Ed­mond Sum­ner scored 12 of his 14 points while No. 17 Xavier took con­trol in the first half, and the Mus­ke­teers picked up their third straight win, 85-56 over East­ern Wash­ing­ton .… Chance Co­manche scored a ca­reer-high 14 points and No. 18 Ari­zona had five play­ers reach dou­ble fig­ures in a 77-46 rout of New Mex­ico.


east lans­ing, mich.» Bri­anna Turner had 19 points, seven re­bounds and five blocks, lead­ing No. 2 Notre Dame to a 79-61 win over Michi­gan State.


Vic­to­ria Vi­vians scored 28 points to lead No. 5 Mis­sis­sippi State over Alabama State 90-47. … Ki­tija Laksa scored 19 points, Ari­adna Pu­jol had 14 points and 13 re­bounds, and No. 21 South Florida beat Santa Clara 63-54. … Monique Billings and Kari Korver scored 15 points apiece to lead No. 10 UCLA to an 83-42 vic­tory over North Carolina

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