No. 20 Kansas hands Tulsa its first defeat

Posted: Thursday, December 12, 2002

TULSA, Okla. -- Nick Collison had 26 points and 12 rebounds as 20th-ranked Kansas handed No. 17 Tulsa its first loss this season, beating the Golden Hurricane 89-80 Wednesday night.

Keith Langford and Wayne Simien scored 19 apiece for the Jayhawks (4-3) who had lost three of their past four games.


No. 24 George Washington 82, No. 22 Brigham Young 58

WASHINGTON -- Ugo Oha scored 25 points, and Erica Lawrence added a season-high 17 and 12 rebounds as No. 24 George Washington beat No. 22 Brigham Young 82-58 Wednesday night.

DePaul 75, No. 8 Notre Dame 59

CHICAGO -- Jenni Dant scored 23 points, Charlene Smith added 19, and both keyed important runs for DePaul.

Dant scored six straight points for DePaul (6-2) in the second half to give the Demons a 48-36 lead with 16:41 remaining. Notre Dame (4-1) responded with nine straight points. Alicia Ratay hit two free throws to get Irish within three with 12:53 left.

But DePaul outscored Notre Dame 13-3 during a five-minute span. Dant had a 3-point play to give the Blue Demons a 51-45 lead, and Smith made layup for a 61-48 advantage with 5:57 remaining.

Jacqueline Batteast led Notre Dame (4-1) with 17 points

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