Women's Top 25 roundup

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NORMAN, Okla. - Morenike Atunrase scored 18 points before leaving with an injury and A'Quonesia Franklin added 13 points as No. 21 Texas A&M ended sixth-ranked Oklahoma's 24-game Big 12 winning streak with a 54-52 victory.


The loss ended Oklahoma's record-setting 26-game win streak against Big 12 foes.


Leah Rush scored 16 points to lead Oklahoma .

NO. 9 STANFORD 73, NO. 10 ARIZONA STATE 65 (OT)


In Tempe, Ariz., Candice Wiggins scored 10 of her season-high 30 points in overtime and Stanford stayed unbeaten in the Pac-10, extending its winning streak to 16 games .


The Cardinal (18-3, 11-0 Pac-10) snapped the Sun Devils' 22-game conference home winning streak.

NO. 7 CONNECTICUT 64, NOTRE DAME 47


In Storrs, Conn., freshman Tina Charles had 12 points and tied a school-record with nine blocks to help Connecticut run its Big East conference record to 8-0 with a win over Notre Dame.


Charles also had 10 rebounds and came within one block of recording only the second triple-double in UConn history.

NO. 13 BAYLOR 66, OKLAHOMA STATE 55


In Stillwater, Okla., Bernice Mosby scored 23 points and had nine rebounds and Baylor pulled away in the final minutes.


Rachel Allison added 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Bears (18-3, 5-2 Big 12), who won their third straight after back-to-back losses earlier this month to Oklahoma and Texas A&M.

NO. 17 MARQUETTE 76, CINCINNATI 59


In Cincinnati, Krystal Ellis scored 17 points and Marquette went on an 11-point run in the second half.


The Warriors (19-2, 7-1 Big East) won their fourth in a row with a balanced offense. Christina Quaye added 15 points and Danielle Kamm had 13.

NO. 20 CALIFORNIA 84, ARIZONA 64


In Tucson, Ariz., Devanei Hampton scored 15 of her 24 points in the second half to lead No. 20 California.

TEXAS TECH 49, NO. 24 TEXAS 48


In Lubbock, Texas, Alesha Robertson hit a 3-pointer with 6.1 seconds remaining to lift Texas Tech.

NO. 25 NEBRASKA 78, KANSAS 58


In Lincoln, Neb., Kelsey Griffin scored 24 points to help the Cornhuskers (17-4, 5-2 Big 12) beat Kansas.


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