TOP 25 ROUNDUP Women's college basketball

No. 1 Connecticut 93, Villanova 60
VILLANOVA, Pa. -- Asjha Jones scored 19 points and Swin Cash had 17 as No. 1 Connecticut remained undefeated with a romp over Villanova. UConn (20-0, 6-0 Big East) never struggled, using a 25-8 run to open the second half to put away the Wildcats. Diana Taurasi and Ashley Battle each added 15 for the Huskies, who have defeated Big East opponents by an average of 49 points this season. Trish Juhline scored 21, including four 3-pointers, to lead Villanova (10-6, 4-2).
No. 3 Oklahoma 89, No. 12 Texas 69
NORMAN, Okla. -- Stacey Dales scored 21 points and LaNeishea Caufield had 19 in leading Oklahoma over Texas. The Sooners (15-2, 5-1 Big 12) were coming off a loss at Iowa State that ended their 18-game regular-season winning streak in conference play. Texas (13-3, 5-1) saw a six-game winning streak come to an end.
No. 4 Stanford 75, Washington 67
SEATTLE -- Lindsey Yamasaki scored seven of her 19 points in the final three minutes as No. 4 Stanford held off a late Washington run. Sebnem Kimyacioglu hit three 3-pointers and scored 14 points, Cori Enghusen added 13 and Kelley Suminski 10 for the Cardinal (18-1, 8-0 Pac-10).
Oklahoma St. 68, No. 9 Kansas St. 60
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Trisha Skibbe had 23 points and nine rebounds, and Oklahoma State outscored No. 9 Kansas State 9-3 in the final 1:32 for an upset victory. Chantoya Hawkins added 18 points for Oklahoma State (10-8, 2-3 Big 12). Nicole Ohlde had 17, and Kristin Rethman scored 15 for the Wildcats (17-2, 5-1 Big 12).
No. 13 Baylor 80, Missouri 59
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Sheila Lambert scored 27 points and had seven assists to lead No. 13 Baylor to a victory over Missouri. Danielle Crockrom added 16 points and 11 rebounds as Baylor (13-3, 4-1 Big 12) snapped the Tigers' 12-game home winning streak. Kerensa Barr led Missouri (12-4, 3-2) with 18 points, and Natalie Bright added 12.
No. 15 Texas Tech 78, No. 14 Iowa St. 66
AMES, Iowa -- Amber Tarr scored 21 points and made five of Texas Tech's school-record 12 3-pointers to lead the Lady Raiders past Iowa State. Natalie Ritchie added 17 points and hit four 3s for Texas Tech (11-5, 3-3 Big 12). Iowa State (14-4, 2-4) was coming off an 82-66 victory over No. 3 Oklahoma, but lost for the second time in four home games after winning 26 straight on its own court.
No. 20 Colorado St. 62, UNLV 57
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Ashley Augspurger scored 18 points, all on 3-pointers, and Joy Jenkins banked in a 3-pointer with 41 seconds left as No. 20 Colorado State beat UNLV 62-57 on Saturday. Colorado State (15-3, 4-0 Mountain West) held off its main rival in the race for the league title. Linda Frohlich had 14 of her 18 points in the second half and finished with 12 rebounds for UNLV (14-3, 2-2).
No. 21 Virginia Tech 69, St. John's 50
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- Crystal Starling had 16 points and a career-high six steals to help Virginia Tech to a victory over St. John's. Nicole Jones added 12 points, and Sarah Hicks 11 for the Hokies (15-2, 6-0 Big East), who opened with a 15-2 run and held St. John's scoreless for more than 5 minutes. Virginia Tech led 39-20 at the half. Patrycja Gulak led St. John's (3-14, 0-5) with 13 points, and Shemika Stevens added 11.
No. 22 Colorado 88, Texas A & amp;M 70
BOULDER, Colo. -- Jenny Roulier scored 24 points, including six 3-pointers, and Mandy Nightingale added 23 points as Colorado beat Texas A & amp;M. Nightingale was 10-of-11 on free throws and had eight rebounds for Colorado (13-6, 3-3 Big 12 Conference), which beat Texas A & amp;M (10-7, 2-3) for the eighth straight time. LaToya Rose led Texas A & amp;M with 19 points.
Southern Cal 68, No. 24 Arizona St. 49
LOS ANGELES -- Aisha Hollans scored 16 points to lead Southern California to a victory over No. 24 Arizona State on Saturday. Rachel Woodward and Ebony Hoffman added 13 each for USC (10-8, 6-3 Pac 10), which is off to its best start since 1997.
No. 25 Boston College 59, Rutgers 56
BOSTON -- Brianne Stepherson scored 19 points to lead Boston College past Rutgers. Nicole Conway added 13 points, and Rachel Byars had nine points and 10 rebounds as Boston College (14-3, 5-1 Big East) held off a late run by Rutgers. The Eagles are off to their best start since a school-record 26-9 mark two years ago. Nikki Jett had 16 points to lead Rutgers (5-11, 2-4).

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