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Stanford upsets Kansas

Posted: Sunday, December 07, 2003

ANAHEIM, Calif. Matt Lottich scored 18 points, including a key 3-pointer with 2:27 remaining, and No. 21 Stanford beat No. 1 Kansas 64-58 Saturday in the John Wooden Classic.

Kansas moved from sixth to first in this week's Associated Press poll the biggest jump to the top since 1965. The Jayhawks are sure to be replaced when the new poll comes out Monday.

Two free throws by Wayne Simien with 4:26 left finished a 6-0 run by Kansas and tied the game 54-all. But the Jayhawks (3-1) were outscored 10-1 after that before Omar Wilkes made a meaningless 3-pointer in the final seconds.

No. 2 Florida 74, Stetson 61

GAINESVILLE, Fla. Anthony Roberson scored 18 points to lead No. 2 Florida to a 74-61 victory over Stetson on Saturday, the third win over an in-state opponent for the Gators in five days.

Roberson scored nine straight points early in the second half to give the Gators (5-0) a 55-34 lead. Florida was coming off wins over Florida A&M on Tuesday and Central Florida on Thursday.

No. 3 Connecticut 74, Army 46

STORRS, Conn. Emeka Okafor had the first triple-double of his career, dominating inside with 18 points, 15 rebounds and a career-high 10 blocks.

It was the third triple-double in school history. The 6-foot-10 junior center tied the school record for blocks in a game.

No. 4 Missouri 63, Indiana 58

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. Missouri held Indiana scoreless for the final 4:29 and rallied from a 14-point deficit with seven minutes left.

Travon Bryant had 16 points for the Tigers (3-0), who closed the game on a 21-2 run.

No. 14 Oklahoma 80, No. 5 Michigan St. 77, OT

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. Jason Detrick scored a career-high 26 points and the 14th-ranked Sooners drew two charges in the final seconds to beat the fifth-ranked Spartans.

Oklahoma (5-0) gave Michigan State (3-3) its third loss in 12 days, all against ranked teams and dropped the Spartans to their worst start since 1995-96, Tom Izzo's first season as head coach.

No. 6 Duke 79, St. John's 58

DURHAM, N.C. Shavlik Randolph dominated inside with 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Blue Devils (5-1).

No. 7 Arizona 68, Saint Louis 67

ST. LOUIS Andre Iguodala had 16 points and 13 rebounds and Salim Stoudamire hit two clinching free throws with 12 seconds to go for the Wildcats (2-1).

No. 9 Kentucky 52, UCLA 50

ANAHEIM, Calif. Erik Daniels scored 14 points to lead the Bruins in the John Wooden Classic.

No. 11 Illinois 84, Arkansas 61

CHICAGO Deron Williams had 17 points and 10 assists and Illinois rebounded from its first loss of the season.

No. 12 Saint Joseph's 67, Penn 59

PHILADELPHIA Jameer Nelson had 23 points and eight steals and Delonte West added 15 points for the Hawks.

No. 13 Georgia Tech 94, Tennessee St. 43

ATLANTA B.J. Elder scored eight points of his 11 points in a 15-0 run midway through the first half and the Yellow Jackets (7-0) went on to their biggest win in nine years.

No. 17 Gonzaga 82, Maryland 68

WASHINGTON Blake Stepp scored 27 points, and Adam Morrison keyed a second-half surge that carried Gonzaga past the cold-shooting Terrapins.

No. 18 Wake Forest 81, Richmond 66

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. Eric Williams, Taron Downey and Chris Paul each scored 17 points for the Demon Deacons (5-0), who shot 55 percent in the second half and won their 20th straight at home.

No. 20 Purdue 75, Chicago St. 57

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. Reserve Melvin Buckley matched his career high with 20 points, including nine in the Boilermakers' key 15-point run.

No. 22 Pittsburgh 64, Penn St. 37

PITTSBURGH Carl Krauser and Jaron Brown each scored 14 points for the Panthers, who held Penn State to two points in a 13-minute span of the first half.

Central Michigan 69, No. 23 Notre Dame 68

SOUTH BEND, Ind. Joe Carr hit a 3-pointer from the top of the key just before the buzzer to give Central Michigan a victory over No. 23 Notre Dame.

BYU 76, No. 25 Oklahoma St. 71

SALT LAKE CITY Rafael Araujo scored a career-high 32 points, including six free throws in the final 1:01, to lead the Cougars.

Women

No. 5 Texas Tech 77, Wyoming 26

LUBBOCK, Texas LaToya Davis scored 14 points, and fifth-ranked Texas Tech held Wyoming without a basket for the first nine minutes of the second half Saturday.

No. 11 Georgia 72, North Carolina St. 58

ATHENS, Ga. Kara Braxton scored 17 points, and Christi Thomas shook off her early shooting woes to add 14 for Georgia.

No. 24 Michigan St. 55, Kent St. 48

KENT, Ohio Victoria Lucas-Perry scored 13 points, and Rene Haynes and Julie Pagel hit key 3-pointers down the stretch for Michigan State.

No. 12 Kansas St. 94, Saint Louis 54

MANHATTAN, Kan. Megan Mahoney had 12 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds, and Kendra Wecker added 18 points for Kansas State in the championship game of the Wildcat Classic.

No. 20 Oregon 62, Colorado St. 50

PORTLAND, Ore. Andrea Bills had 17 points and eight rebounds, and Carolyn Ganes added 16 points Oregon.

No. 21 TCU 67, Arkansas 62, OT

FORT WORTH, Texas Amy Pack's 3-pointer in overtime gave No. 21 TCU the lead, and Tracy Wynn made four free throws in the final 22 seconds.

Pack's shot with 4:32 left broke a 55-55 tie, and Wynn scored six points in overtime for TCU (5-0). Arkansas (4-2) forced the overtime when Rochelle Vaughn hit a free throw to make it 53-53.

Ebony Shaw led TCU with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Shameka Christon led Arkansas with 28 points and 10 rebounds, and Ruby Vaden had 16 points and 14 rebounds.



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