Ron Baker scored 22 points, Fred VanVleet added 18 points and eight assists and No. 11 Wichita State handed visiting Seton Hall its first loss of the season, 77-68 on Tuesday night.
Darius Carter had 16 points and 12 rebounds for the Shockers (6-1), who have won 22 consecutive home games dating to the 2012-13 season.
Isaiah Whitehead scored 23 points and Sterling Gibbs had 19 for the Pirates (7-1).
No. 7 Villanova 73, Illinois 59: Dylan Ennis scored 18 points to lead Villanova past Illinois at Madison Square Garden.
Malcolm Hill scored a career-high 20 points for Illinois.
No. 14 Iowa State 73, UMKC 56: Bryce Dejean-Jones scored 22 points and host Iowa State won its third straight game. The Cyclones (6-1), who have won 25 straight non-conference games at home, next face rival Iowa on the road in what should be their biggest test of the young season.
Frank Williams had 14 points for UMKC (3-7).
No. 25 Notre Dame 93, Mount St. Mary's 67: Steve Vasturia scored a career-high 19 points and Zach Auguste had 19 points and eight rebounds to lead host Notre Dame.
Back in the Top 25 for the first time in over the year, the Irish (9-1) used a 30-4 first half run to turn a four-point game into a blowout before halftime.
Louisville's Aaron cleared to play by NCAA
The NCAA says that Louisville freshman forward Shaqquan Aaron can begin playing for the fourth-ranked Cardinals on Dec. 20 after sitting out nine games for receiving housing-related extra benefits.
Aaron has missed seven games but practiced for Louisville while his amateurism was being determined by the sanctioning body. The school announced in a statement before Tuesday night's game against Indiana in New York that Aaron must miss 30 percent of the season and have repayment and community service as terms of his reinstatement.
The 6-foot-7 Seattle native is eligible to return for Louisville's game at Western Kentucky next week after sitting out games against the Hoosiers and Sunday against North Carolina-Wilmington.
Big Ten tourney coming to Big Apple in 2018
Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delaney said Tuesday the men's basketball tournament will be played at Madison Square Garden in 2018.
Delaney says league play will start in December during the 2017-2018 season— earlier than usual — to accommodate the Garden. The arena has a long-term deal with the Big East for its men's basketball tournament. That means there will be a week between the Big Ten championship and the NCAA Tournament's Selection Sunday.
The Big Ten Tournament will be in Chicago in 2015, Indianapolis in 2016 and Washington in 2017.
Delaney also announced the Big Ten will begin an annual basketball-hockey doubleheader at the Garden starting in 2016.
Around the nation
Wake Forest: Sophomore guard Miles Overton plans to transfer after the fall semester. First-year coach Danny Manning said in a statement that Overton requested and received his release Tuesday. Overton, a Philadelphia native, says it's a tough decision to leave Wake Forest but he feels it's best to "continue my career closer to home."
The 6-foot-4 reserve played in 36 games over two seasons, averaging 3.4 points per game.