Fitzgerald, Fountain lead Temple over No. 22 USF women (The Associated Press)

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Feyonda Fitzgerald scored 23 points and Donnaizha Fountain 22 and Temple beat No. 22 South Florida 77-71 on Sunday for its fifth straight win.

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No. 13 Duke women beat No. 16 Miami, win 7th game in a row (The Associated Press)

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Lexie Brown scored 10 of her 28 points in the decisive third quarter, Rebecca Greenwell finished with 22 points, a season-high 13 rebounds and four assists, and No. 13 Duke beat 16th-ranked Miami 83-70 on Sunday for its seventh consecutive win.

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Durr, No. 14 Louisville women beat North Carolina 87-57 (The Associated Press)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Asia Durr scored 28 points, Myisha Hines-Allen had her 12th double-double of the season and No. 14 Louisville cruised to an 87-57 win over North Carolina on Sunday.

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Women's Basketball Polls - Week 15 (Feb 13 - 19)
  • AP Poll
  • 1. Connecticut
  • 2. Maryland
  • 3. Mississippi State
  • 4. Florida State
  • 4. Baylor
  • 6. South Carolina
  • 7. Notre Dame
  • 8. Texas
  • 9. Washington
  • 10. Stanford
  • Coaches Poll
  • 1. Connecticut
  • 2. Maryland
  • 3. Mississippi State
  • 4. Baylor
  • 5. South Carolina
  • 6. Notre Dame
  • 7. Florida State
  • 8. Texas
  • 9. Washington
  • 10. Stanford

No. 1 UConn escapes Tulane with 101st straight win (The Associated Press)

Tulane center Ksenija Madzarevic (34) tries to get the ball after Conneticut's Natalie Butler (51) losy control of it during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in New Orleans, Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. (AP Photo/Sophia Germer)

Geno Auriemma hopes his UConn Huskies learned something after escaping with a victory at Tulane. Napheesa Collier had 26 points and 12 rebounds and top-ranked Connecticut held off Tulane 63-60 on Saturday night to push its record winning streak to 101 games. ''We're not as good as everybody thinks we are and today was a perfect example of that,'' UConn coach Auriemma said.


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No. 4 Baylor women tie for Big 12 lead, 89-67 over Okla St (The Associated Press)

Baylor forward Nina Davis (13) works against Oklahoma State's Mandy Coleman (3) for a shot opportunity in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, in Waco, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Nina Davis and fourth-ranked Baylor are ready for another shot at Texas. Just like their meeting two weeks ago, the Lady Bears and Longhorns are going into a big Monday showdown tied for the Big 12 lead. Davis scored a season-high 23 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Lady Bears in an 89-67 win over Oklahoma State on Saturday, moving them back into a share for the conference lead after eighth-ranked Texas suffered its first Big 12 loss earlier in the day.


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No. 19 Oklahoma edges No. 8 Texas 74-73 (The Associated Press)

Texas had no intention of leaving Oklahoma's best 3-point shooter alone in the corner, but with two seconds left, Peyton Little found herself alone and knocked down a shot that broke a 70-all tie, and Nancy Mulkey scored a free throw as the No. 19 Sooners vaulted past No. 8 Texas, 74-73, on Saturday. Oklahoma won its fifth straight game overall and its seventh straight game at home against Texas, which had won 19 consecutive games before Saturday. ''We knew they'd have to chase (Little) out in the corner, and it they didn't, she would have it,'' Oklahoma coach Sherri Coale said of the late 3-pointer.

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