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Clark, Czinano lead No. 6 Iowa women over No. 8 Maryland
— Caitlin Clark scored 42 points and Monika Czinano had 28 as No. 6 Iowa defeated No. 8 Maryland 96-82 on Thursday night.
Missouri ends 6-game skid by defeating Vanderbilt
Hayley Frank and Lauren Hansen combine to score 47 points in Missouri's 86-69 win over Vanderbilt.
Caitlin Clark dazzles fans with stellar 42-point showing
Caitlin Clark puts up a stunning 42 points on the No. 8 Maryland Terrapins in No. 6 Iowa's big win.
Reese rescues No. 3 LSU in 82-77 OT win over Georgia
— Angel Reese had 23 points and 14 rebounds to extend her program-record streak of double-doubles to 22 games, and No. 3 LSU narrowly remained unbeaten with an 82-77 victory over Georgia in overtime Thursday night.
Morgan, Georgia Tech women upset No. 15 NC State 68-62
— Tonie Morgan tied her career-high with 17 points and contributed two of the six free throws Georgia Tech made in the last 30 seconds to secure a 68-62 win...
Alexis Morris' clutch OT 3-pointer helps LSU stay unbeaten
Alexis Morris drains a 3-pointer to put LSU back up over Georgia in overtime.
South Carolina's best plays featuring Boston, Cooke
Ahead of their matchup vs. No. 5 UConn, check out the No. 1 Gamecocks' top moments of the season thus far with electric plays from Aliyah Boston, Zia Cooke and more.
Kitley leads No. 13 Virginia Tech women past Syracuse 78-64
— Elizabeth Kitley had 20 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks, Cayla King scored 19 points with five 3-pointers and No. 13 Virginia Tech beat Syracuse 78-64 on Thursday night.
No. 1 South Carolina wins 28th straight 87-69 over 'Cats
— Dawn Staley's pleased South Carolina had made its once-lopsided series with UConn more competitive the past few years.
Miles, Citron lead No. 9 Irish past Boston College 72-59
— Olivia Miles and Sonia Citron had already scored 10 straight points to put away Boston College when they turned their attention to other things.
Horston says Lady Vols locked in on the little things
Jordon Horston scores a team-high 20 points in a 65-51 win over Ole Miss and states how Tennessee needed to focus on the basic fundamentals.