West Virginia women stun No. 2 Notre Dame

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Brooke Hampton made two free throws with 4.6 seconds remaining and West Virginia beat No. 2 Notre Dame 65-63 on Sunday, snapping the Irish’s 21-game winning streak.

West Virginia's Brooke Hampton (left) tries to keep the ball from Notre Dame's Skylar Diggins. Hampton's free throws with 4.6 seconds left helped the Mountaineers snap the No. 2 Fighting Irish's' 21-game winning streak.  JOE RAYMOND/ASSOCIATED PRESS
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West Virginia's Brooke Hampton (left) tries to keep the ball from Notre Dame's Skylar Diggins. Hampton's free throws with 4.6 seconds left helped the Mountaineers snap the No. 2 Fighting Irish's' 21-game winning streak.

Asya Bussie had 22 points, including a turnaround jumper with 39 seconds to go that tied the game at 63, for West Virginia (18-6, 8-3 Big East).

Skylar Diggins had 32 points for Notre Dame (24-2, 11-1).

NO. 4 STANFORD 82, UCLA 59

In Stanford, Calif., Nnemkadi Ogwumike had 25 points and eight rebounds, and Stanford beat UCLA.

Chiney Ogwumike added 19 points for the Cardinal (22-1, 13-0 Pac-12),.

Markel Walker had 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Bruins (12-12, 7-6 Pac-12).

NO. 5 DUKE 67, FLORIDA STATE 57

In Tallahassee, Fla., Haley Peters scored 18 points to lead Duke’s balanced scoring, and the Blue Devils (21-3, 12-0) remained unbeaten in the Atlantic Coast Conference with a victory over Florida State (13-13, 5-7).

NO. 6 MIAMI 76, NO. 8 MARYLAND 74

In College Park, Md., Stefanie Yderstrom scored a career-high 26 points and Shenise Johnson added 20 to help Miami rally past Maryland (21-4, 8-4 ACC).

The Hurricanes (22-3, 11-1) have won 11 in a row.

NO. 10 OHIO STATE 80, NO. 16 PURDUE 71

In Columbus, Ohio, Samantha Prahalis hit a 3-pointer from the right wing with 41 seconds left, giving Ohio State (22-3, 9-3) the boost it needed to hold off Purdue (19-6, 9-3), turning the Big Ten race into a four-team logjam.

NO. 12 DELAWARE 94, GEORGIA STATE 56

In Atlanta, Elena Delle Donne had 31 points in 25 minutes and Delaware (21-1, 12-0 Colonial Athletic Conference) beat Georgia State (7-17, 1-12) for its 12th consecutive victory.

ST. JOHN’S 61, NO. 17 RUTGERS 52

In Piscataway, N.J., Nadirah McKenith scored 18 points to lead St. John’s (17-8, 9-3 Big East) past Rutgers (17-7, 6-5).

Khadijah Rushdan led Rutgers with 17.

NO. 18 PENN STATE 77, NORTHWESTERN 63

In Evanston, Ill., Alex Bentley scored 18 points to lead four players in double figures, and Penn State (20-5, 11-2 Big Ten) beat Northwestern (13-12, 3-9) .

NO. 21 GEORGIA 76, VANDERBILT 63

In Athens, Ga., Anne Marie Armstrong scored a career-high 23 points and Georgia defeated Vanderbilt.

Jasmine Hassell had 18 points and 11 rebounds, while Jasmine James added 17 points for Georgia (19-6, 8-4 SEC).

Christina Foggie had 22 points for Vanderbilt (19-6, 7-5), which had its five-game winning streak ended.

NO. 22 GEORGIA TECH 56,  NO. 22 NORTH CAROLINA 54

In Chapel Hill, N.C., Sasha Goodlett had 13 points to help Georgia Tech edge North Carolina.

Metra Walthour added 11 points and Tyaunna Marshall 10 for the Jackets (18-7, 8-4 ACC), who earned their first win against a ranked team in eight tries this season.

Laura Broomfield had 15 points and 11 rebounds for North Carolina (17-8, 7-5).

NO. 24 SOUTH CAROLINA 62, FLORIDA 58

In Columbia, Markeshia Grant had 20 points, making five 3-pointers, and LaKeisha Sutton scored on a left-handed scoop shot in the final minute as South Carolina (19-6, 8-4 SEC) held off Florida (16-9, 6-6) .

VIRGINIA 68, CLEMSON 36

In Charlottesville, Va., Chelsea Shine scored 20 points as Virginia (18-8, 6-6 ACC) routed Clemson (6-17, 2-10).

Nikki Dixon led the Tigers with 14.

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