Colorado tops No. 14 Arizona in Pac-12 women’s quarterfinals

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Mya Hollingshed scored 12 and Colorado won a wild final to defeat No. 14 Arizona beat 43-43 by Mya Hollingshed on Thursday in the Pac-12 Conference quarterfinals.

The fifth-seeded Buffalos (22-7), who had a 33% shooting percentage and committed 21 turnovers, won their sixth straight win to reach the semifinals. This is the first time in seven year. On Friday, Stanford will be second.

With 15 points, Lauren Ware was the Arizona leader (20-7) The Wildcats were 2 out of 24 in 3-point range, and 12 out of 48 overall.

Arizona rallied with 10 points in a row, with Shaina Pelington’s layup giving Wildcats a 41 to 38 lead with six minutes left. Colorado responded with a 70 run. Frida Formann hit a layup at the two minute mark and a 3-pointer at half-time for a 45-41 advantage.

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LAS VEGAS (AP), Haley Jones scored 20 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to help Stanford beat Oregon State in the Pac-12 quarterfinals.

Stanford (26-3) has won 18 consecutive games, 32 in a row, against Pac-12 rivals, including postseason play. Anna Wilson scored 11 points, while Cameron Brink scored 10.

Ellie Mack and Emily Codding had 13 points each for Oregon State (14-13).

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INDIANAPOLIS, (AP) — Ali Patberg scored 19 and Grace Berger had 17. Indiana defeated Rutgers in Round 2 of the Big Ten Tournament. This ended a three-game losing streak.

For the seventh season, the fifth-seeded Hoosiers (20-7), won 20 games. They will take on No. The quarterfinals will be played against No. 11 Maryland, who was seeded fourth.

Osh Brown, Sayawni Laassiter had each 12 points for the 13th-seeded Rutgers (11-2).

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GREENSBORO (N.C.) — AishaSheppard scored 20 points, Elizabeth Kitley had 19, 10 rebounds, and Virginia Tech defeated Clemson in round two of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament.

Virginia Tech (22-8), fifth-seeded, will take on No. 16 North Carolina, which was seeded fourth in the quarterfinals, will face No.

Sheppard shot 7 of 11 points from the field, with four 3-pointers. Kitley was 8 of 10. Virginia Tech (22-8), shot 58.7%.

Clemson’s Delicia Washington scored 19 points (10-21).

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NASHVILLE (TNN) — Florida beat Vanderbilt by making two free throws in 8.2 seconds.

In the quarterfinals, fifth-seeded Gators (21-9), will face fourth-seeded Mississippi.

Vanderbilt’s Brinae Alexander was the leader (14-18), scoring 18 points.