No. 6 Georgia routs Lipscomb
ATHENS, Ga. — Guard Jasmine James and Tiaria Griffin each scored 18 points, leading No. 6 Georgia over Lipscomb 93-42 Sunday.
Anne Marie Armstrong added 15 points and Shacobia Barbee 13 for Georgia (11-0).
Hannah Phillips had 11 points for Lipscomb (1-7).
The Lady Dogs took a 14-0 lead and held Lipscomb without a basket for an 11-minute span before and after halftime. Georgia seemed on the verge of scoring 100 points, but slowed the pace at the end.
NO. 11 PENN ST. 60
SO. DAKOTA ST. 50
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Nikki Greene scored 15 points and Alex Bentley 13 as No. 11 Penn State pulled away to beat South Dakota State.
The game was tied at 25 before Penn State (9-2) scored the first seven points of the second half. Ashley Eide scored 14 points for the Jackrabbits (6-5).
NO. 12 OKLA. 63
NORMAN, Okla. — Christina Foggie scored 17 points and Vanderbilt upset No. 12 Oklahoma for its fifth straight victory.
Tiffany Clarke had 16 points and eight rebounds for Vanderbilt (8-3). Jasmine Lister added 16 points and nine assists.
Aaryn Ellenberg led the Sooners (8-2) with 21 points.
NO. 13 TENN. 94
NO. 18 TEXAS 75
AUSTIN, Texas — Meighan Simmons scored 18 points and No. 13 Tennessee beat No. 18 Texas for the fourth straight year.
Ariel Massengale and Taber Spani had 15 points each for Tennessee (7-1).
Chassidy Fussell led the Longhorns (6-2) with 31 points.
NO. 14 UCLA 53
ST. JOHN’S 52, OT
NEW YORK — Jasmine Dixon’s layup with 1.2 seconds left in overtime sent No. 14 UCLA past St. John’s in the championship game of the St. John’s Holiday Classic.
UCLA trailed by one when Markel Walker inbounded the ball to Dixon for the wide-open basket. Alyssia Brewer topped the Bruins (7-1) with 14 points and 15 rebounds and was chosen as the MVP of the tournament.
Shenneika Smith scored a season-high 25 points for St. John’s (5-4).
NO. 15 PURDUE 77
ROCHESTER, Mich. — Drey Mingo scored 19 points and No. 15 Purdue shot 56 percent from the field in its win over Oakland.
Dee Dee Williams had 14 points and Courtney Moses scored 13 for the Boilermakers (10-1). Purdue has won five in a row and is off to its best start since the 2003-04 season.
Victoria Lipscomb had 12 points and eight rebounds for Oakland (5-5).
NO. 16 OKLA. ST. 83
STILLWATER, Okla. — Tiffany Bias scored 18 points and No. 16 Oklahoma State beat Vermont.
The Cowgirls have started 8-0 for the third straight season. They finished a six-game run at home in which they won by an average margin of 46.7 points.
Kylie Atwood had seven points for Vermont (3-8).
NORTH CAROLINA 75
COAST. CAROLINA 49
CONWAY, S.C. — Antoinette Bannister came off the bench to score 13 points and No. 19 North Carolina defeated Coastal Carolina.
In their last game, the Tar Heels (10-1) beat North Carolina Central 49-21, matching their lowest point total in a win in 37 years. North Carolina scored 39 in the first half against the Chanticleers (6-3).
NO. 22 KANSAS 72
PRAIRIE VIEW 60
LAWRENCE, Kan. — Angel Goodrich scored 19 points and Tania Jackson had 13 points and 10 rebounds, leading No. 22 Kansas over Prairie View.
The game was tied at 57 with 5:08 left before the Jayhawks (9-1) broke away. Latia Willams had 21 points for Prairie View (2-5).
NO. 25 WEST VA. 90
YOUNGSTOWN ST. 57
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Taylor Palmer scored 15 points and No. 25 West Virginia shot over 64 percent in defeating Youngstown State.
The Mountaineers (7-2) made 38 of 59 shots and won their fourth consecutive game. Brandi Brown had 12 points for the Penguins (7-3).
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