Sunday's Top 25 College Women's Basketball Capsules
Games played Nov. 25, 2012
Monday, November 26, 2012
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Chiney Ogwumike had 16 points and 11 rebounds and No. 1 Stanford beat Long Beach State 77-41 on Sunday in its first game holding the top spot in the poll in nearly eight years.
Joslyn Tinkle added 18 points and seven rebounds and Amber Orrange scored Stanford's first seven points of the game and finished with 13 for the Cardinal (6-0), who extended the nation's best home winning streak to 81 games at Maples Pavilion.
Orrange also had nine assists — two shy of her career best — and grabbed seven rebounds, regularly looking to find Ogwumike in the paint. Ogwumike powered to the basket on the block to draw quick fouls on the 49ers posts.
Alex Sanchez scored 14 points but was her team's lone player in double figures as cold-shooting Long Beach State (3-4) lost its sixth in a row to the Cardinal in the series.
NO. 4 DUKE 82, XAVIER 59
CINCINNATI (AP) — Chelsea Gray scored a season-high 22 points, freshman Alexis Jones had a breakout game with a career-high 14, and the Blue Devils routed the Musketeers.
Elizabeth Williams added 16 points and Haley Peters had 13 for the Blue Devils (4-0), who came in with five players averaging double figures.
Against Xavier's smaller starters, Duke shot a season-high 59 percent, including 66 percent during a 44-point first half.
Ashley Wanninger led Xavier (3-2) with 15 points.
NO. 9 KENTUCKY 100, SOUTH CAROLINA UPSTATE 34
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — A'dia Mathies scored 17 points, Samarie Walker added 13 and the Wildcats forced 38 turnovers in a blowout of the Spartans.
DeNesha Stallworth added 11 points and Janee Thompson had 10 for the Wildcats (4-1), who shot 50 percent in winning their 24th consecutive home game.
Valese McAllister scored nine points to lead South Carolina Upstate (2-5).
IOWA 79, NO. 12 WEST VIRGINIA 70
MIAMI (AP) — Jaime Printy made all 17 of her free throws and scored 19 points and the Hawkeyes rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit to defeat the Mountaineers at the FIU Thanksgiving Classic.
Thirteen of Printy's free throws came in the second half, when the Hawkeyes (5-2) went on a 24-8 run to lead 67-60 with 2:12 remaining. She made eight free throws in the final 45 seconds.
Morgan Johnson also scored 19 points, including 14 in the second half, for Iowa, which made 27 of 30 free throws after halftime.
Taylor Palmer scored 23 points and Christal Caldwell 17 for West Virginia (3-2).
NO. 13 OKLAHOMA 74, HAWAII 49
HONOLULU (AP) — Morgan Hook scored 16 points and the Sooners pulled away in the second half for a victory over Hawaii.
Maddie Manning and Aaryn Ellenberg scored 12 points apiece for Oklahoma (5-1) and Whitney Hand added 10 points.
Kamilah Martin had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Hawaii (2-5).
NO. 16 OHIO STATE 82, WRIGHT STATE 52
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Tayler Hill scored 17 points and the Buckeyes breezed past the Raiders.
The Buckeyes (4-1) scored the first nine points and led 22-4 with 11:55 remaining in the first half after a 3-pointer by Hill. Amber Stokes scored 11 of her 13 points in the first half as Ohio State took a 42-25 halftime lead.
Kim Demmings scored 17 points to pace Wright State (2-2).
NO. 18 ST. JOHN'S 66, HARTFORD 54
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Shenneika Smith had 21 points and 11 rebounds and the Red Storm pulled away from the Hawks.
Nikkia Smith made a layup to give Hartford (5-1) a 36-32 lead in the second half.
St. John's scored six straight to go up 38-36, but Nikkia Smith made two free throws to tie the game at 38.
St. John's Smith had six consecutive points and Keylantra Langley hit two free throws to put the Red Storm (4-1) up for good.
Nikkia Smith led Hartford with 16 points.
NO. 19 UCLA 65, PRINCETON 52
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nirra Fields scored 26 points and Markel Walker added 23 points, and the Bruins overcame an 11-point first-half deficit to beat the Tigers.
Walker also had nine rebounds, six steals and six assists for the Bruins (3-1).
Niveen Rasheed led Princeton (3-2) with 17 points.
NO. 20 TENNESSEE 90, ALCORN STATE 37
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Meighan Simmons scored 12 points and five of her teammates also reached double figures and Tennessee defeated Alcorn State in Lady Braves coach Tonya Edwards' return to her alma mater.
Edwards played on Tennessee's first two national championship teams in 1987 and 1989. She was the most outstanding player of the 1987 Final Four. The Alcorn State coach received a loud ovation from the Thompson-Boling Arena crowd during pregame introductions.
Tennessee has won four straight games since opening the season with an 80-71 loss at Chattanooga in Holly Warlick's head coaching debut.
Bashaara Graves, Isabelle Harrison, Jasmine Jones, Nia Moore and Taber Spani scored 10 points each for Tennessee (4-1).
Tierro Frost scored a team-high nine points for Alcorn State (0-4).
NO. 22 KANSAS 58, CREIGHTON 48
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Monica Engelman and Carolyn Davis had 12 points apiece and the Jayhawks defeated the Bluejays.
Davis also had seven rebounds, Angel Goodrich had nine assists and CeCe Harper scored 10 points for the Jayhawks (5-0).
McKenzie Fujan, Carli Tritz and Sarah Nelson all scored 11 points for Creighton (2-2).
NO. 24 DAYTON 105, EASTERN ILLINOIS 42
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Jodie Cornelie-Sigmundova was 9 of 9 from the field with a career-high 21 points to go with a pair of blocks and the Flyers rolled over the Panthers to win the Dayton Marriott Classic.
Ally Malott added a double-double for the Flyers with 15 points and 13 rebounds, while Sam Mackay hit 6 of 8 shots en route to 14 points, six rebounds and five assists.
Sydney Mitchell led Eastern Illinois (2-3) with nine points.
NO. 25 NORTH CAROLINA 101, UNC ASHEVILLE 42
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Waltiea Rolle scored 19 points and Megan Buckland 17 and the Tar Heels dominated the Bulldogs.
The Tar Heels (6-0) led 51-29 at halftime.
Xylina McDaniel added 11 points and Tierra Ruffin-Pratt 10 for North Carolina.
Gentry Manley scored 12 points and Shonese Jones 11 for UNC Asheville (1-4).
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