Casey Morris scored 13 points to lead Texas Tech to a 56-45 win over top-ranked Baylor on Saturday. Fans swarmed the court to celebrate the Lady Raiders' second win over a Top 25 team in the past week. The victory avenged a loss in Lubbock last year when 6-foot-8 Brittney Griner was ejected for punching a Texas Tech player.
Thomas More 73, Saint Vincent 48: The host Saints finished off their undefeated regular season by dominating the second place team in the Presidents' Athletic Conference and clinching the No. 1 seed in this week's league tournament. Thomas More, ranked first in Division III, held the No. 14 Bearcats (22-2, 14-1) to 27 percent shooting. Notre Dame graduate Nicole Dickman led the way with 12 points and 12 rebounds. The Saints (25-0, 16-0) will host eighth-seeded Thiel at 7 p.m. in Tuesday's first round. Since beating Saint Vincent 68-66 in overtime on Jan. 19, Thomas More has won nine straight by an average margin of 25.7 points.
Morehead State 71, Eastern Kentucky 62: Senior Chynna Bozeman scored 28 points, leaving her four short of the school's career record, and the Eagles rallied in the second half on the road. Bozeman trails Donna Murphy's record of 2,059 by three and can set the mark at Murray State on Thursday.
Manchester 75, Transylvania 74: Melissa Eltz roth hit a layup with three seconds left, and the host Spartans snapped the Pioneers' four-game win streak going into the Heartland Conference Tournament. Transy is the No. 3 seed and will play No. 6 Rose-Hulman in the first round at 8 p.m. Friday at Hanover.
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Louisville 66, South Florida 55: Fern Creek graduate Monique Reid had a game-high 27 points, and Shoni Schimmel added 16 points and nine assists.
Western Kentucky 69, Louisiana-Lafayette 49: LaTeira Owens had a game-high 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds, and Arnika Brown added 12 points and 15 boards as the Lady Toppers won their second straight road game.
Lindsey Wilson 84, Georgetown 72: Viktoria Krells shot 11-for-15 for 23 points to lead the Blue Raiders on her Senior Night.
Kentucky State 66, Tuskegee 56: Kiera Nelson had 19 points, and Megan LaRue added 11 as the host Thorobrettes won their fourth straight.
Northern Kentucky 73, Southern Indiana 63: Casse Mogan scored 15 of her 19 points in the second half as the visiting Norse rallied to beat the No. 1 team in the Great Lakes Valley Conference East. NKU will play Kentucky Wesleyan in the first round of the league tournament Saturday.