No. 7 Duke 83, Marquette 51: Rebecca Greenwell, a redshirt freshman out of Owensboro Catholic, had 22 points with 12 rebounds in Duke's win in Durham, N.C. Greenwell and Stevens, also a freshman, each have had two double-doubles in their first three college games.
"Obviously I was very proud of Becca because Becca finds a way to get stuff done," Duke Coach Joanne P. McCallie said. "Twelve rebounds — that's a lot of work. And scoring and all that good stuff.
"And Azura's offensive rebounds (she had six) really get her going. Offensively, though, we were kind of doing whatever we wanted and that's why we shot 42 percent."
Greenwell was redshirted last season following an injury to her right knee.
She said she thought the redshirt year — in which she would have had to fight her way through a deep guard rotation — was good for both her skills and confidence.
"It was definitely a great decision," Greenwell said. "It was a year of learning that has carried over into this year. My knowledge of the game has increased, and it has helped different aspects of my game as well. And I think the most important thing was how it helped my confidence."
No. 12 Louisville 69, Ball St. 56: Mariya Moore had 22 points, including six three-pointers, for the host Cardinals. Moore, who also had five rebounds and five assists, sparked an 11-2 run with five straight points early in the second half that put Louisville (4-0) up 51-40.
No. 24 Purdue 66, Toledo 48: April Wilson (Manual) scored 12 points and dished five out assists to help Purdue roll to win in West Lafayette, Ind.
UConn 96, Creighton 60: Breanna Stewart scored 25 points and added 10 rebounds on Sunday, as top-ranked UConn bounced back from its first loss in 48 games with a rout. Stewart hit all 10 of her shots for the Huskies (2-1), who haven't lost consecutive games since 1993.
Rick Insell won family bragging rights in the first matchup between father and son coaches in Division I women's basketball history Sunday.
The elder Insell's Middle Tennessee State team won 71-65, handing Matt Insell's Mississippi squad its first loss of the season.
The two have met a few times before when Matt was an assistant at Kentucky, but this was the first time they had squared off as head coaches.
"My focus was on our basketball team the whole day," said the younger Insell, who is in his second year at Mississippi.
American 51, Morehead St. 46: Pee-Wee Garnder scored all 12 of his points in the second half, including four in the final minute, as the Eagles lost in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at Louisiana Tech in Ruston, La.
Gardner's layup with 48 seconds left ended nearly 2 scoreless minutes for both teams and his pair of free throws 12 seconds later gave American (3-2) a 48-42 lead.
Morehead (2-4) battled back with a 4-1 run and forced a five-second violation to have the ball down three with 14 seconds to go. Angelo Warner's missed his three-point attempt with 10 seconds left and Jesse Reed made two more free throws for American to cap the scoring.
Karam Mashour had 11 points and Billy Reader added 10 for Morehead, which could not overcome 22 turnovers.
Bellarmine 63, Findlay 54: Four players scored in double figures for Bellarmine, and the Knights used smothering defense to fend off Findlay in a matchup that featured the 2009 and 2011 Division II national champions.
Bellarmine senior guard Chris Whitehead shook off a rough night at the free throw line to post a team-high 14 points with four assists, four steals and four rebounds.
Vanderbilt 78, Tennessee St 46: Luke Kornet made his first nine shots from the floor en route to a 24-point night, leading Vanderbilt over Tennessee State in the first round of the Barclays Center Classic. The 7-foot Kornet didn't miss a shot until he bounced a three-pointer off the front of the rim with 12:45 left.
West Virginia 78, No. 17 Connecticut 68: Juwan Staten had 23 points and West Virginia hold off several second-half runs to beat No. 17 Connecticut in the championship game of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off. The Mountaineers (5-0) never trailed in the game, and forced 19 Connecticut turnovers.
No. 20 Ohio State 106, Sacred Heart 48: D'Angelo Russell scored 32 points and Shannon Scott set a school record with 16 assists to lead 20th-ranked Ohio State against overmatched Sacred Heart.
Georgia 74, FAU 61: Marcus Thornton scored 17 points and claimed 12 rebounds, both season highs, to lead host Georgia.
No. 11 Wichita State 105, Newman 57: Ron Baker scored 16 of his 18 points in the first half, leading No. 11 Wichita State past visiting Division II school Newman.
Darius Carter scored 15 and Fred VanVleet added 12 for the Shockers (3-0), who led 67-33 at halftime against Newman (2-1).
Wichita State was a combined 4 of 27 from the three-point line in its first two games. That included hitting none of its 11 attempts in the opener against New Mexico State, snapping a streak of 267 games with at least one three-pointer.
Akron 68, South Carolina 63: Noah Robotham had 16 points and Deji Ibitayo 15 as Akron outlasted South Carolina to take third place at the Charleston Classic.
South Carolina played them tight throughout, erasing a 12-point second half lead when Laimonas Chatkevicius hit a foul shot to tie things at 55-all with 6:55 remaining.
But Kwan Cheatham had the go-ahead basket as the Zips closed the game on 10-5 run.