Top 25 Women's Capsules


TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Joslyn Tinkle had a career-high 22 points and matched her career best with 11 rebounds, leading five starters in double figures in No. 4 Stanford's 91-51 rout of Arizona on Saturday.

Stanford (20-1, 11-0 Pac-12) has won 17 straight since its only loss of the season, at Connecticut on Nov. 4. Stanford beat the Wildcats for the 21st time in a row, a streak that dates to 2004.

Chiney Ogwumike scored 18 points for the Cardinal, and her sister Nnemkadi finished with 15. Toni Kokenis added 11 points and Amber Orrange had 10.

Stanford shot 50 percent and held Arizona to 29.5 percent shooting.

Candice Warthen led the Wildcats (13-10, 2-9) with 13 points. Shanita Arnold added 10 points and, Aley Rohde had nine points and 11 rebounds.


MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) -- Asya Bussie had 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead West Virginia to the win.

Linda Stepney added 14 points, Christal Caldwell had 12 and Ayana Dunning 11 for West Virginia (17-6, 7-3 Big East).

Shoni Schimmel scored 16 points for Louisville (17-6, 6-4). Antonita Slaughter, a reserve, had 14.

West Virginia led 38-24 at halftime. The Mountaineers shot 47 percent in the first half.


CINCINNATI (AP) -- Sugar Rodgers scored 19 points to lead four Georgetown players in double figures.

Tia Magee had 16 points and Rubylee Wright and Taylor Brown each scored 10 for Georgetown (18-5, 7-3 Big East). The Hoyas have won three in a row and five of six.

Dayeesha Hollins and Bjonee Reaves each scored 17 points for the Bearcats (11-12, 2-8). Kayla Cook finished with 10 points

Georgetown's trapping defense helped force 24 turnovers, Cincinnati's second-highest total of the season.

NO. 22 BYU 83, ST. MARY'S 47

PROVO, Utah (AP) -- Jennifer Hamson had 18 points and nine rebounds, and BYU avenged an earlier loss.

The Gaels beat BYU 54-48 in their West Coast Conference opener on Dec. 31.

BYU (21-4, 9-2) pressured Saint Mary's into committing 29 turnovers, converting them into 40 points. Hamson and Kristen Riley, who contributed 15 points and six rebounds, were too much for the Gaels (16-8, 7-4).