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Princess Anne High sophomore Aziaha James came off the bench to score 19 points on Sunday as No. 10 North Carolina State Women outscored Mount St. Mary’s 86-38 in Raleigh.
Former Phoebus standout Diamond Johnson scored 13 points and Jada Boyd and Madison Hayes scored 11 for the Wolfpack (3-0). NC State had a 63-21 rebounding advantage and Hayes had 11 of those.
Natalie Villaflor had 13 points for Mount St. Mary’s (0-3), who made five of her 34 3-point attempts.
Norfolk State 77, University of Charleston 47: NSU (2-1) showed evidence of why it is considered a MEAC title contender, rolling to an away win. Kierra Wheeler came off the bench with 14 points and 15 rebounds, Deja Francis scored 11 and Camille Downs had 10 points as NSU shot 51.7% (31 of 60).
NSU outscored the Cougars 18-12 in the second quarter, took a 35-30 lead and then started the third quarter with 16 straight points. Charleston was scoreless for the first 8:12 of that period.
Aside from Jada Logan, who scored 25 points, Charleston couldn’t get going offensively.
Virginia 72, Wake Forest 52: The Cavaliers (3-0), who appear to have improved a lot under first-year coach Amaka Agugua-Hamilton, won their first ACC game at John Paul Jones Arena thanks to Kaydan Lawson’s 15 points and six rebounds. .
Camryn Taylor (13), Sam Brunelle (12) and Taylor Valladay (10) joined Lawson in scoring double figures for UVA, which won just five games last season. Elise Williams had 10 points and nine rebounds for the Demon Deacons (2-1), who shot just 30.9% (17 of 55).
No. 2 Stanford 87, Portland 47: Haley Jones scored 17 points and Cameron Brink added 12 for the visiting Cardinal (4-0). Liana Kaitu’u led the Pilots (2-1) with 13 points.
No. 4 Iowa 92, Drake 86, OT: Monika Czinano scored 36 points and Caitlin Clark added 28 for the visiting Hawkeyes (3-0) against the Bulldogs (1-1) in Des Moines, Iowa. Czinano and Clark scored all but two of the Hawkeyes’ points in overtime. Katie Dinnebier led Drake with 24 points.
No. 7 Louisville 75, Belmont 70: Hailey Van Lith scored 25 points, Payton Verhulst had a steal and the decisive free throws with 2.2 seconds left, and the Cardinals escaped Nashville, Tennessee, with a victory.
The Cardinals scored the final four points of the game from the free throw line after Belmont lost possession when Madison Bartley was called for an illegal screen with 7.6 seconds left. The final margin was the largest for the Cardinals in a game that featured 17 ties and 20 lead changes. Belmont had a six-point lead late in the second quarter.
Colorado 78, No. 11 Tennessee 66: KJ Simpson had 23 points and 10 rebounds to lead Colorado to an upset in Nashville, Tennessee. Tristan de Silva added 14 points for the Buffaloes. They shot 43.5% from the field, compared to 25.4% for the Volunteers.
Josiah-Jordan James and Tyreke Key led Tennessee with 15 points apiece.
Bryant & Stratton 104, Lenoir CC 67: The Bobcats rolled into the Atlantic Shores gym to improve to 4-0. On Saturday, they won 74-68 over Guilford Technical Community College behind 23 points from Jefferson Youngblood.
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Davidson 75, VMI 71: Foster Loyer had 17 points and five assists for the host Wildcats (3-0), Grant Huffman scored 15 and William & Mary transfer Connor Kochera had 11.
Tony Felder finished with 22 points for the Keydets (1-2), who also got 16 points, eight rebounds and two steals from Taeshaud Jackson.
Longwood 100, Pfeiffer 68: Isaiah Wilkins scored 21 points and Leslie Nkereuwem added 17 as the Lancers (1-2) beat the Division III Falcons (2-1) after celebrating last season’s Big South title with a ring ceremony and a banner.
George Mason 73, American 56: Victor Bailey Jr. scored 23 points and Devon Cooper had 18 as the Patriots (2-1) overcame a 34-27 halftime deficit. Cooper sank five triples.
The visiting Eagles (0-2) got 21 points from Colin Smalls.
Notre Dame 88, State of Youngstown 81: Dane Goodwin’s 20 points and seven rebounds helped the Irish (2-0) beat the visiting Penguins (2-1), for which Adrian Nelson had 27 points and 10 rebounds. All four Notre Dame starters scored in double figures.