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MILWAUKEE -- Josh Gasser scored 12 points on four 3-pointers, 7-footer Frank Kaminsky added 15 points and 10 rebounds and No. 2 Wisconsin managed a 49-38 win Saturday over Marquette. The Badgers (8-1) shot 32 per cent while contending with a 2-3 zone defence by the undersized Golden Eagles, who dont have a starter taller than 6-7. But Wisconsin looked sloppy at times in the second half, and Marquette (4-4) chipped away at a 10-point halftime deficit. Two foul shots by Sandy Cohen III with 8:57 left cut the lead to 35-33 at the Bradley Center. Gasser steadied Wisconsin with a 3 on the next trip down the floor, and the Badgers fended off Marquette for their second straight victory in the in-state rivalry. Matt Carlino had 18 points for Marquette, which hung around despite shooting 28 per cent. NO. 3 ARIZONA, NO. 9 GONZAGA 63, OT TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- T.J. McConnell scored six of his 12 points in overtime and Arizona held on for the win after Byron Wesley air-balled the first of three missed free throws with 3.3 seconds left. Arizona (8-0) rallied from a poor-shooting first half and a couple of deficits in the second half to force overtime. Brandon Ashley had 14 points in the Wildcats 26th straight home win. Gonzaga (7-1) shot well inside, but went 4 for 17 from 3-point range and had two key turnovers late in overtime. Wesley had a chance to tie the game after being fouled on a 3-pointer, but was well short on his first attempt and clanged away the other two. Kyle Wiltjer led the Bulldogs with 15 points. Kevin Pangos had six assists, but was held to eight points on 3-of-10 shooting. NO. 7 VIRGINIA 74, VCU 57 RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Justin Anderson scored 21 points, and Virginia ended VCUs 22-game home winning streak. Anderson showed no signs of the twisted right ankle that knocked him out of Virginias victory at Maryland on Wednesday night. He hit 6 of 7 shots while helping the Cavaliers move to 9-0 for the first time since 2001-02. Anthony Gill added 18 points and Malcolm Brogdon had 15 for the Cavaliers. Treveon Graham scored 17 for the Rams (5-3). Melvin Johnson had 15 points. NO. 8 WICHITA STATE 81, SAINT LOUIS 52 WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- Ron Baker scored 18 points, and Wichita State rebounded from Wednesdays overtime loss at Utah. Evan Wessel and Rauno Nurger had 15 points apiece for the Shockers (5-1). The setback against the Utes was Wichita States first regular-season loss since March 2, 2013. Baker, Nurger and Wessel were a combined 17 of 25 from the floor. Marcus Bartley scored 13 points for Saint Louis (5-3). NO. 10 VILLANOVA 74, SAINT JOSEPHS 46 VILLANOVA, Pa. (AP) -- Josh Hart scored 12 points for unbeaten Villanova, and Phil Booth and Darrun Hilliard each had 11. The Wildcats (8-0) scored the first eight points, led by 15 only 6 minutes into the game and treated the rest of the afternoon like a glorified exhibition against one of their biggest rivals. Villanova thumped Saint Josephs 98-68 last year and has remained the class of Philadelphias six Division I teams. Without a true No. 1 scorer, the Wildcats continue to play solid team ball under coach Jay Wright. Up 25 in the second half, no Wildcat had hit double-digit scoring. DeAndre Bembry led the Hawks (4-4) with 13 points. NO. 14 OHIO STATE 70, COLGATE 50 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- DAngelo Russell scored 14 of his 19 points in the second half and Marc Loving added 17 points, leading Ohio State to the win. The Buckeyes (6-1) lost at No. 5 Louisville 64-55 in their last outing in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Tuesday night. Ohio State used an 11-0 run to put Colgate away in the second half. Kam Williams capped the surge with a four-point play with 5:03 left and finished with 11 points. Ethan Jacobs had 18 points for Colgate (1-7), which has lost five in a row. Damon Sherman-Newsome scored 12, and Austin Tillotson had 11. GREEN BAY 68, NO. 15 MIAMI 55 CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Carrington Love scored a career-high 20 points, and Green Bay deployed an effective zone defence in the second half on the way to the road win. Miami (8-1) scored only one basket in the first 12 minutes of the second half. It shot a season-low 33 per cent, including 5 for 20 from 3-point range. Love added nine rebounds, four steals, three assists and two blocks. Keifer Sykes had 18 points and Greg Mays scored 10 for the Phoenix (6-2). Green Bay began shooting successfully over Miamis zone early in the second half. Love sank a 3-pointer during a 13-1 run that put the Phoenix ahead 44-31 with 11 minutes left. NJIT 72, NO. 17 MICHIGAN 70 ANN Arbour, Mich. (AP) -- Damon Lynn made a critical 3-pointer and finished with 20 points to help New Jersey Institute of Technology get the upset. Willis Winfield and Ky Howard had 17 points apiece for the only independent basketball program in Division I. The Highlanders (3-5) went 11 for 17 from 3-point range. Caris LeVert scored 32 points for Michigan (6-2), which shot 42 per cent from the field. Derrick Walton added 16 points. NJIT sealed the win when Daquan Holiday corralled the ball with 4.3 seconds remaining and made two free throws. NO. 19 MICHIGAN STATE 85, ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF 52 EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Matt Costello and Travis Trice each scored 15 points to lead Michigan State to the easy win. Branden Dawson had 12 points and seven rebounds for Michigan State (6-3). Bryn Forbes added 12-points, making 4 of 7 3-point shots. The Spartans built a 34-point halftime lead and snapped a two-game losing streak against Kansas and Notre Dame. Marcel Mosely scored 19 points and Ghiavonnie Robinson had 13 for the Golden Lions (1-7), who have lost five in a row. NO. 21 MARYLAND 82, WINTHROP 62 COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) -- Jake Layman scored 21 points for Maryland, and freshman Melo Trimble and Richaud Pack had 16 apiece. Jared Nickens added 12 points for the Terrapins (8-1), who bounced back from a double-digit home loss to No. 7 Virginia on Wednesday. In this one, Maryland trailed by nine points in the first half and was tied shortly after halftime before finally creating some separation. Keon Moore led Winthrop (3-4) with 20 points and Keon Johnson had 18. Its been a strange season for the Eagles, who defeated Clemson on the road but also lost to Savannah State and Jacksonville State. NO. 23 BUTLER 65, NORTHWESTERN 56 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Kellen Dunham scored 19 points, and Butler held off a late charge by Northwestern. Roosevelt Jones added 12 points and six rebounds for the Bulldogs. Bryant McIntosh had 12 points for Northwestern (5-3), which shot 41 per cent. Alex Olah scored 11 points, and Vic Law finished with 10. NO. 24 ILLINOIS 70, AMERICAN 55 CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) -- Malcolm Hill scored 13 points, powering Illinois to the win. The Illini (7-1) shot 48 per cent from the field and outrebounded the Eagles 29-18. Rayvonte Rice had 10 points for Illinois on 1-of-7 shooting. Pee Wee Gardner led American with 16 points, while Jesse Reed had 13 points. NMD Outlet . The 26-year-old Sobotka injured his left leg playing for the St. Louis Blues in a 3-1 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday. The Blues said he would not recover from the injury in time for the Olympic tournament. NMD Sale . She was 30. The former British No. 1 died peacefully surrounded by family and friends, the Womens Tennis Association said on its website. The Kyiv-born Baltacha, who represented Britain at the 2012 London Olympics, was diagnosed with the illness in January, two months after retiring from tennis and only weeks after she married her long-time coach Nino Severino. https://www.cheapnmdoutlet.com/. On paper, it looks a little like Andre the Giant taking on a midget wrestler. It has all the makings of a rout with the Americans adding an eighth win in nine outings of this biennial event. The Yanks have eight players in the top 15 in the world while the Internationals have just one. NMD Store .com) - Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer were among the third-round winners Friday at the French Open. NMD Fake . Pierre last November, only to watch St. Pierre leave the UFC octagon with his welterweight title belt and a split-decision victory.HARTFORD, Conn. -- Connecticut went down to the wire with another opponent. This time there was no clutch shot by Shabazz Napier. UConns star guard, known for heroics such as a last-second shot that beat Florida earlier this month, missed three times in the final 40 seconds and the 10th-ranked Huskies lost for the first time this season, 53-51 to Stanford. "With Shabazz, you live with that, because hes put this team on his back a lot of times," UConn coach Kevin Ollie said. "But he could have taken it to the basket a couple of times, but he settled for the long 3-ball." Chasson Randle scored 22 points and the Cardinal (8-2) beat a Top 25 team away from Palo Alto for the first time since the 2008 NCAA tournament. The Cardinals previous seven wins this season came over teams that were a combined 32-41. "I think its an important win for our conference," Stanford coach Johnny Dawkins said, referring to the Pac-12. "A number of teams have had some real signature wins, and Im just happy that we were able to have one as well." Josh Huestis added 13 points and 10 rebounds and Dwight Powell had 10 points and 15 rebounds for Stanford which overcame a 10-point halftime deficit. DeAndre Daniels had 15 points for UConn (9-1), which was 6 of 10 from behind the arc in the first half and 0 for 12 in the second. Connecticut this season already had beaten Maryland, Indiana and Florida by a point and won by two against Boston College. But the Huskies could not get a clutch basket down the stretch against Stanford. Randles jump shot with 3 1/2 minutes left gave the Cardinal a 52-49 lead. The Huskies pulled within a point when Daniels tipped in a missed 3-point attempt by Niels Giffey. Napier, who finished with 12 points and eight assists, missed two 3-pointers on a key possession with the Huskies trailing 52-51. Stanford got the ball back with 28 seconds left after a scrum underneath the basket. Napier fouled Huestis on the inbounds play and he hit one of two free throws. Napier missed another shot with 8 seconds left, forcing UConn to foul agaain.dddddddddddd He got the ball back on a rebound after Huestis missed another free throw; dribbled down the court, but instead of trying a contested shot, he passed to Omar Calhoun. His long jumber from the right wing bounced off the rim. "I felt like Omar was the most open guy at the time," Napier said. "I felt like it was going to go in, and I bet he did too." UConn led by 10 points at halftime and pushed the lead to 43-30, before consecutive 3-pointers by Anthony Brown and Randle. That started a 14-0 run by the Cardinal, who used a stifling zone defence to hold the Huskies without a field goal for more than 6 minutes. The Huskies were just 5 of 31 from the field in the second half. "It was just a matter of us being aggressive on the defensive end," Randle said. "Just being active, getting our hands moving, getting our feet moving and getting our feet moving and just hustling." A driving basket and free throw by Randle gave Stanford its first lead of the second half at 44-43. The Huskies closed the first half on a 14-3 run that ended when Napier stole the ball from Randle and found Lasan Kromah ahead of the field for an easy layup just before buzzer. UConn came in shooting better than 46 per cent from beyond the arc, with five players having made 10 or more 3-pointers. The loss snapped a 54-game home winning streak against nonconference opponents that dated to 2007. Connecticut was coming off its annual hiatus for final exams. The Huskies had not played in 12 days, since a 95-68 win over Maine, a game in which UConn hit 14 3-pointers. Stanford ended a 13-day break last Saturday with a 27-point win over UC Davis. UConn plays at Washington, another Pac-12 team, on Saturday. The Huskies had dominated that conference, coming into Wednesday they were 17-2 and had won 13 straight since falling to UCLA in the 1995 NCAA West Regional championship. "Well learn from this," Daniels said. "Were not going to have all the time when (Napiers) going to be the hero of the game and knock down a shot." ' ' '

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