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No. 1 Bay­lor 67, Iowa State 53

AMES, Iowa — Ma­Cio Teague scored 15 points, Mark Vi­tal had 10 re­bounds and seven as­sists, and No. 1 Bay­lor beat Iowa State 67-53 on Wed­nes­day night.

The Bears (17-1, 7-0 Big 12) used a 17-2 run mid­way through the sec­ond half to turn a five-point lead into a 59-41 edge with 7:43 left. Devonte Ban­doo scored seven of his 12 points off the bench dur­ing the spurt, which came af­ter Iowa State coach Steve Prohm was as­sessed a tech­ni­cal foul.

No. 4 San Diego State 85, New Mex­ico 57

AL­BU­QUERQUE, N.M. — KJ Fea­gin scored 18 points as No. 4 San Diego State routed un­der­manned New Mex­ico to re­main the lone un­beaten team in the coun­try.

The Aztecs (22-0, 11-0 in Moun­tain West) got off to a 17-0 lead, hold­ing New Mex­ico (16-7, 5-5) score­less for the first 4:44 be­fore Corey Mani­gault, who fin­ished with 12 points, hit a turn­around jumper from the paint.

No. 6 Louisville 86, Bos­ton Col­lege 69

BOS­TON — Jor­dan Nwora scored a ca­reer-high 37 points — two shy of Richard Hamil­ton’s record for an op­po­nent at the Conte Fo­rum — and the At­lantic Coast Con­fer­ence pre­sea­son player of the year added nine re­bounds to pace No. 6 Louisville.

No. 7 Day­ton 73, Duquesne 69

PITTSBURGH — Obi Top­pin had 22 points and 10 re­bounds to help No. 7 Day­ton hold off Duquesne.

Day­ton (19-2, 8-0 At­lantic 10) led by as many as 19 points in the sec­ond half, but Duquesne (15-5, 5-3) used a 15-2 run to close the gap.

No. 10 Se­ton Hall 64, DePaul 57

NE­WARK, N.J. — Myles Pow­ell scored 24 points de­spite a woe­ful shoot­ing ef­fort and No. 10 Se­ton Hall won its 10th straight game, beat­ing dePaul 64-57 on Wed­nes­day night.

Jared Rho­den added 14 points and 11 re­bounds as the Pi­rates (16-4, 8-0 Big East) ral­lied from a nine-point, sec­ond-half deficit to beat the Blue De­mons (13-8, 1-7) for the sec­ond time this sea­son.

Char­lie Moore had 14 points and Jalen Cole­man-Lands added 10 for DePaul, which turned an early 17-6 first-half deficit into a 41-32 lead in the open­ing min­utes of the sec­ond half.

Texas Tech 89,

No. 12 West Vir­ginia 81

LUB­BOCK, Texas — Da­vide Moretti had a ca­reer-high 25 points and a pair of Texas Tech fresh­men also scored more than 20 as the Red Raiders snapped a two-game los­ing streak.

Ter­rence Shan­non Jr. added 23 points, in­clud­ing 12 of 14 free throws in a game plagued by 54 per­sonal fouls. Jahmi’us Ram­sey scored 21 for the Red Raiders (13-7, 4-3 Big 12), who never trailed against the No. 12 Moun­taineers.

No. 13 Ken­tucky 71, Van­der­bilt 62

LEX­ING­TON, Ky. — Tyrese Maxey scored 10 of his 17 points in the sec­ond half, and No. 13 Ken­tucky used a 23-12 run to rally past Van­der­bilt and deal the Com­modores their record 25th con­sec­u­tive South­east­ern Con­fer­ence reg­u­lar sea­son loss.

The Wild­cats (16-4, 6-1 SEC) trailed 40-30 early in the sec­ond half be­fore mount­ing the big run over 8:45 to lead for good at 53-52 on two Im­manuel Quick­ley free throws with 8:33 re­main­ing.

No. 14 Michi­gan State 79, North­west­ern 50

EAST LANS­ING, Mich. — Cas­sius Win­ston scored 18 points and Xavier Till­man had 12 points, eight re­bounds and four as­sists to lead No. 14 Michi­gan State.

The Spar­tans (16-5, 8-2 Big Ten) broke a tie for first place in the con­fer­ence with No. 19 Illi­nois, which plays Min­nesota on Thurs­day night.

Pat Spencer scored 11 points for the last-place Wild­cats (6-14, 1-9) and was their only dou­ble-digit scorer in a game they never led.

No. 21 Hous­ton 69, East Carolina 59

GREENVILLE, N.C. — Caleb Mills scored 18 points to lead No. 21 Hous­ton.

Quentin Grimes added 15 points for the Cougars (17-4, 7-1 Amer­i­can Ath­letic Con­fer­ence), who con­tin­ued their shaky shoot­ing in league play but still re­mained in con­trol of the game.

No. 22 LSU 90, Alabama 76

BA­TON ROUGE, La. — Em­mitt Wil­liams had 23 points and 11 re­bounds as No. 22 LSU won its ninth straight.

Sky­lar Mays scored 18 points for LSU (16-4, 7-0 SEC), which has won its first seven con­fer­ence games for a sec­ond straight sea­son and is the only SEC team un­beaten in league play.

No. 24 Penn State 64, In­di­ana 49

STATE COL­LEGE, Pa. — La­mar Stevens scored nine of his 17 points in the sec­ond half and grabbed nine re­bounds to lead No. 24 Penn State.

Women

No. 21 South Dakota 73, Omaha 42

OMAHA, Neb. — Tay­lor Fred­er­ick scored a sea­son-high 21 points and No. 21 South Dakota made Dawn Pl­itzuweit’s 100th win with the Coy­otes an easy one, rac­ing past Omaha.

Ciara Duffy added 14 points and Han­nah Sjer­ven 10 for South Dakota (20-2, 9-0 Sum­mit League), which has won nine straight since los­ing to now-No. 1 South Carolina 73-60 in late De­cem­ber.

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