NCAAW: Oregon State Beavers upset USC, advance in Pac-12 Match
Convention match play is underway and we’ve already obtained some outcomes with NCAA Match implications. Right here’s a roundup of all of the motion from Wednesday within the Pac-12, Massive Ten, ACC and SEC:
No. 11 seed Oregon State Beavers over No. 6 seed USC Trojans, 56-48
USC led 43-35 with 7:11 to play earlier than Oregon State went on an 11-0 run. AJ Marrote scored the ultimate 4 factors of the run. USC’s Adika Okako missed a 3 that may have reduce it to 1 with 20 ticks left and Beaver Adlee Blacklock went 4-of-4 on the stripe over the rest of the competition for the ultimate factors.
Raegen Beers led the best way for the Beavers with 18 factors, 9 rebounds and two steals. Blacklock added 15 factors and 6 boards and Bendu Yeaney dished out eight assists. Beers and Blacklock are each freshmen.
Future Littleton had 12 factors and 5 helpers in defeat; she was simply 2-of-11 from downtown. Kadi Sissoko led USC with 16 factors.
USC was off the bubble and securely within the NCAA Match discipline as a No. 10 seed in ESPN’s Tuesday Bracketology. However this might put them on the bubble and make their Choice Sunday slightly extra nerve-racking. Oregon State had simply 4 Pac-12 wins within the common season; the Trojans had 11.
No. 5 seed UCLA Bruins over No. 12 seed Arizona State Sun Devils, 81-70 (OT)
UCLA’s Kiki Rice blocked a Jaddan Simmons lay up try on the buzzer to power additional time. Neither group scored over the ultimate 1:27 of regulation.
The Bruins scored first in additional time and the groups exchanged scores till it was tied at 66 with 3:11 remaining. UCLA then went on a 15-4 run to shut the competition. Emily Bessoir (two threes) and Charisma Osborne (4 factors) scored the primary 10 Bruin factors of the run to place their group up 76-68 with 45 seconds to go.
Rice had UCLA’s greatest stat line with 14 factors, eight rebounds, six assists and two rejections. Additional time hero Bessoir posted a team-high 17 factors to associate with 9 boards, whereas Osborne was good for 16 factors, 5 rebounds and three steals.
Simmons helped push the Bruins to the brink with a 17-point, 10-rebound double-double, whereas Tyi Skinner added a game-high 26 factors in defeat.
No. 9 seed Oregon Ducks over No. 8 seed Washington Huskies, 52-50
The Geese trailed by 4 coming into the fourth and by seven after a Haley Van Dyke three two minutes and 41 seconds into the ultimate body. They responded with a 9-0 run that includes 4 factors from Endyia Rogers and a lead-taking three from Te-Hina Paopao. Rogers gave Oregon the lead for good on a jumper with 1:28 to go. With one second remaining, Washington’s Trinity Oliver missed a jumper to tie.
Rogers completed with 28 factors and 11 rebounds, Paopao added 13 factors and 4 assists and Phillipina Kyei had six factors and 9 boards for the winners.
Dalayah Daniels notched 10 factors, 11 rebounds, three helpers, two steals and three blocks in defeat.
No. 7 seed Washington State Cougars over No. 10 seed California Golden Bears, 61-49
Charlisse Leger-Walker has the power to hold Washington State far and stepped up with 23 factors and 6 rebounds on this sport. Bella Murekatete added a 13-point, 12-rebound double-double. The Cougars trailed by six at halftime earlier than profitable the third 23-15 and the fourth 17-7.
The Cougars had been a No. 10 seed in ESPN’s final Bracketology. This win plus USC’s loss will assist them out. This was their twentieth win of the season.
Massive Ten Match
No. 13 seed Penn State Girl Lions over No. 12 seed Minnesota Golden Gophers, 72-67
Prolific scorer Makenna Marisa refused to let the Girl Lions fall on this matchup between groups with equivalent Massive Ten data, pacing her group with 22 factors. Shay Ciezki (16 factors), Leilani Kapinus (11) and Alexa Williamson (11) joined her in double figures. Kapinus added six boards and three steals.
Penn State was capable of maintain on regardless of the Gophers outscoring it by 10 within the remaining body.
Mara Braun (25 factors, seven rebounds) and Amaya Battle (16 factors, eight assists) led Minnesota.
No. 11 seed Rutgers Scarlet Knights over No. 14 seed Northwestern Wildcats, 63-59
Kaylene Smikle was on hearth with 21 first-half factors for the Scarlet Knights; she completed with 26 and 4 steals. Chyna Cornwell added a double-double with 15 factors and 15 rebounds.
Caileigh Walsh dropped 24 factors to associate with eight boards in defeat.
No. 12 seed Wake Forest Demon Deacons over No. 13 seed Virginia Cavaliers, 68-57
The Demon Deacons improved their total profitable proportion to .500.
You’d count on Jewel Spear to paved the way and she or he did with 19 factors. Elise Williams added 16 factors, three assists and 4 steals, whereas Demeara Scruggs had eight factors and 11 rebounds for the winners.
No. 10 seed Clemson Tigers over No. 15 seed Pitt Panthers, 71-53
The Tigers took care of the Panthers courtesy of 19 factors, seven rebounds and three assists from Hannah Hank and 15 level and 6 helpers from Daisha Bradford. Amari Robinson chipped in with 10 factors, eight boards and 4 assists.
No. 11 seed Boston College Eagles over No. 14 seed Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 62-57
Taina Mair continued her phenomenal distributing season with seven assists for the Eagles to associate with six factors and 10 rebounds. She had 210 assists on the season. Heart Maria Gakdeng added 14 factors, seven boards and three helpers, whereas Dontavia Waggoner notched a team-high 16 factors to associate with her seven rebounds.
No. 13 seed Texas A&M Aggies over No. 12 seed Vanderbilt Commodores
Joni Taylor’s squad has had a tough season by its program’s lofty requirements, however salvaged one thing by advancing right here. Aaliyah Patty was stable all-around with 12 factors, 11 rebounds and 5 assists, whereas Sydney Bowles led the group with 22 factors.
No. 14 seed Kentucky Wildcats over No. 11 seed Florida Gators
The reigning SEC Match champs notched the second-biggest upset of the day, beating a group that’s 4.5 video games higher when it comes to total document.
Numerous gamers stepped up for the Wildcats, together with Adebola Adeyeye (11 factors, 17 rebounds), Robyn Benton (20 factors, 5 rebounds), Maddie Scherr (10 factors, six assists) and Jada Walker (13 factors, 4 assists).