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Wildcats declawed at hands of Cavaliers

Posted: Monday, November 22, 2004


  Arizona's Hassan Adams dunks over Virginia's Jason Clark, right, during Virginia's 78-60 win Sunday, Nov. 21, 2004, in Charlottesville, Va. AP Photo/The Daily Progress, And

Arizona's Hassan Adams dunks over Virginia's Jason Clark, right, during Virginia's 78-60 win Sunday, Nov. 21, 2004, in Charlottesville, Va.

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. Freshman Sean Singletary scored 15 points to help Virginia upset No. 10 Arizona 78-60 on Sunday.

The Cavaliers (2-0) led 34-22 at halftime and used several short runs to keep the Wildcats at least nine back throughout the second half.

Singletary, a 6-foot point guard, was 6-for-11 from the field, had eight assists and five rebounds.

Devin Smith led Virginia with 17 points, Elton Brown had 15 and Forbes had 13.

No. 6 Illinois 91, Florida A&M 60

CHAMPAIGN, Ill Dee Brown scored 20 points, all in the first half, to lead the Illini.

No. 12 Mississippi St. 98, Nicholls St. 69

STARKVILLE, Miss. Lawrence Roberts had the first triple-double in Mississippi State history to help Bulldogs rout Nicholls State.

No. 18 Alabama 85, North Texas 71

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. Chuck Davis scored a career-high 25 points to lead Alabama past North Texas.

No. 25 Gonzaga 78, Montana 62

SPOKANE, Wash. Sean Mallon scored 21 points and grabbed seven rebounds, and Gonzaga overcame sloppy shooting to beat Montana.

Women's Top 25

No. 1 Tennessee 64, North Carolina St. 54

RALEIGH, N.C. Shyra Ely and her Tennessee teammates watched Connecticut lose in the opener of the Jimmy V Women's Classic. That gave them all the motivation they needed against North Carolina State.

No. 5 Georgia 78, No. 2 Texas 64

ATHENS, Ga. Freshman Tasha Humphrey scored all but three of her 27 points in a dazzling second-half display, helping rally No. 5 Georgia from a 15-point deficit and stunning second-ranked Texas.

No. 9 North Carolina 71, No. 5 Connecticut 65

RALEIGH, N.C. North Carolina closed with a 16-5 run to upset Connecticut 71-65 Sunday in the Jimmy V Women's Classic.

No. 3 LSU 80, Southern Mississippi 35

HOUMA, La. Seimone Augustus had 16 points in a rout of Southern Mississippi.

No. 7 Stanford 82, Pacific 26

SANTA CLARA, Calif. Stanford allowed its third-lowest points total ever and Candace Wiggins scored 15 points in the win.

No. 15 Michigan St. 82, No. 18 Boston Col. 78, OT

EAST LANSING, Mich. Kristin Haynie and Liz Shimek each had 19 points to help Michigan State rally past Boston College in the Spartan Classic championship game.

No. 16 Purdue 107, Ind.-Pur.-Ft. Wayne 39

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. Natasha Bogdanova scored 23 points in a rout over Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne.

No. 19 Kansas State 85, Pepperdine 53

MANHATTAN, Kan. Kendra Wecker had 19 points and 11 rebounds to lead Kansas State.

No. 21 Oklahoma 76, Texas St. 57

NORMAN, Okla. Erin Higgins scored 12 points and Chelsi Welch and Casey Walker added 10 each for Oklahoma.

Villanova 73, No. 23 Penn State 65

RADNOR, Pa. Jackie Adamshick scored 21 points and Liad Suez added 20, handing Penn State its third straight road loss.

No. 24 Maryland 73, Siena 52

COLLEGE PARK, Md. Shay Doron scored 21 points to lead Maryland.

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