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Men

No. 16 Colorado 68, No. 17 Ore­gon 60

EU­GENE, Ore. — Will Richard­son scored 21 points, in­clud­ing 17 in the sec­ond half, and No. 17 Ore­gon ral­lied for a 68-60 vic­tory over 16th-ranked Colorado on Thurs­day night.

The Ducks (19-6, 8-4 Pac-12) trailed by 12 points early in the sec­ond half but went on a 10-0 run in the wan­ing min­utes to over­take the Buf­faloes (19-6, 8-4). The two teams are tied for the league lead.

Richard­son also had nine re­bounds. Payton Pritchard added 15 points for the Ducks.

Evan Bat­tey and D’Shawn Schwartz each had 14 points for Colorado.

In­di­ana 89, No. 21 Iowa 77

BLOOMINGTO­N, Ind. — Devonte Green scored 18 of his 27 points in the first half and Trayce Jack­sonDavis added 17, help­ing In­di­ana beat Iowa.

The Hoosiers (16-8, 6-7 Big Ten) snapped a four-game los­ing streak over­all and a two-game skid in the series.

Luka Garza scored 38 points, fall­ing two short of ty­ing the As­sem­bly Hall sin­gle-game scor­ing record by an op­po­nent. Joe Wieskamp added 16 for Iowa (17-8, 8-6), which has lost three of five fol­low­ing a five-game win­ning streak.

Women

No. 1 South Carolina 79, Auburn 53

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Fresh­men Aliyah Bos­ton and Zia Cooke had 13 points apiece, and No. 1 South Carolina over­came a slug­gish start be­fore rolling past Auburn 79-53 for its 18th straight vic­tory on Thurs­day night.

No. 9 Louisville 66, No. 4 N.C. State 59

RALEIGH, N. C. — Jazmine Jones scored 19 points, and Louisville locked down de­fen­sively to beat fourth-ranked North Carolina State in a matchup of the At­lantic Coast Con­fer­ence’s top two teams.

Kylee Shook added 10 points, 10 re­bounds and seven blocks for the Cardinals (22-3, 11-2 ACC).

N.C. State (22-2, 11-2) en­tered the night with the pro­gram’s high­est rank­ing since Jan­uary 2000, but the Wolf­pack shot just 32%, in­clud­ing 5 of 20 from 3-point range, af­ter en­ter­ing the night ranked in the top 20 na­tion­ally in 3-point per­cent­age.

No. 10 Mary­land 93, No. 17 Iowa 59

COL­LEGE PARK, Md. — Kaila Charles scored 21 points, and

Mary­land turned a show­down for first place in the Big Ten into a fullfledge­d blowout by tak­ing charge early against Iowa and coast­ing.

Mary­land (21-4, 12-2 Big Ten) never trailed and pushed its win­ning streak to 10 games. The Ter­rap­ins led by 11 af­ter the first quar­ter, ex­panded the mar­gin to 25 at half­time and took a stag­ger­ing 74-38 lead into the fourth quar­ter.

Ashley Owusu had 17 points and 10 as­sists, Shakira Austin scored 20 points and Stephanie Jones added 16, mak­ing all eight of her shots from the floor for Mary­land.

No. 15 Gon­zaga 56, San Fran­cisco 38

SPOKANE, Wash. — LeeAnne Wirth and Melody Kempton scored 10 points apiece, and Gon­zaga re­bounded from the loss that ended its 21-game win­ning streak by de­feat­ing San Fran­cisco.

No. 16 Texas A&M 74, Vanderbilt 53

COL­LEGE STA­TION, Texas — Chennedy Carter scored 18 points, and Texas A&M was never threat­ened in a blowout win over Vanderbilt.

No. 19 North­west­ern 66, Michi­gan 60

ANN AR­BOR, Mich. — Veronica Bur­ton hit a tie-break­ing 3-pointer with 2:35 to play, Syd­ney Wood drained the clinch­ing free throws with seven sec­onds left, and North­west­ern edged Michi­gan.

No. 20 In­di­ana 59, Illi­nois 54

BLOOMINGTO­N, Ind. — Ali Pat­berg had 17 points and nine as­sists on Thurs­day night, and In­di­ana pulled away late to beat Illi­nois.

No. 21 South Dakota 88, Western Illi­nois 51

VER­MIL­LION, S.D. — Han­nah Sjer­ven scored 18 points with 11 re­bounds, and South Dakota de­feated Western Illi­nois for its 12th con­sec­u­tive vic­tory.

Tay­lor Fred­er­ick added 13 points and Chloe Lamb and Ciara Duffy 11 each with Duffy adding seven as­sists for the Coy­otes.

LSU 75, No. 25 Ten­nessee 65

BA­TON ROUGE, La. — Khayla Pointer scored 24 points with 10 re­bounds and six as­sists to help LSU beat Ten­nessee.

Awa Trasi had five 3-point­ers and scored 22 points for LSU, which handed Ten­nessee its third­straight loss.

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