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The WaPo writes that Lynetta Kizer is an energizing presence for the #11 Maryland women’s basketball team. Unfortunately, she couldn’t help the Terps avoid losing their second game in a row, this time to Virginia.
A full house at Michigan State (their first) went home happy as the #13 Spartans defeated Michigan, 69-56.
Fellow-state member Central Michigan snagged their fourth game in a row as they took down Kent State. Kaihla Szunko recorded her 16th double-double of the season.
The Ducks were gloomy, as USC skewered’em.
This is not a fun time to be a Hokie.
Oklahoma notched a win before they flew off to Storrs in anticipation of their Monday night game against #2 UConn (who also won).
Brittney… I mean, #1 Baylor stomped all over the Longhorns in anticipation of their Monday night game against the Aggies. Texas A&M got in the mood by stuffing the Jayhawks, 81-58.
With their win over Loyola (IL), #16 Green Bay remains undefeated in the Horizon.
Xavier’s stays undefeated in the A-10 with their win over Fordham.
Kris at was at the game as Houston surged to 11-0 in C-USA.
Hartford surprised Boston U, 66-59.
West Virginia continued to stumble as the Mountaineers lost to Louisville.
Congrats to Jantel Lavender, who overtook Buckeye great Katie Smith as the Ohio State’s scoring leader. I’m guessing the win over Purdue made her happier.
It wasn’t a waltz, but Stanford did take care of Washington, 62-52.
Ten points also was the difference as UCLA slipped by Oregon State.
Yah, it was another win, but who really thinks Pat’s happy with her #4 Vols?
#21 Miami’s on a roll and this time they rolled over UNC.
Duke took care of BC, Penn State survived Indiana (Lucas went 6-10 on 3′s), wobbly Kentucky squeaked by LSU, but #17 Georgetown couldn’t escape St. John’s.
Jayda has the story of a player who’s not in the game: Seattle U.’s Breanna Salley keeps playing, even if she can’t get on the court
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