NCAAW roundup: Marquette Golden Eagles finish UConn Huskies’ mighty streak

“Across the NCAAW Weekly” highlights the notable occasions of the week. Take a look at the milestones, surprises, finest video games and excellent performances for video games performed by way of Sunday, Feb. 12:


2/8/2023: The Marquette Golden Eagles gave the No. 6 UConn Huskies their first back-to-back losses since March 1993, successful a contest in Milwaukee 59-52. Marquette had by no means overwhelmed UConn earlier than.

2/6/2023: The NC State Wolfpack raised $532,515.50 for the Kay Yow Most cancers Fund with the 18th Annual Play4Kay Recreation.

2/11/2023: Maddy Siegrist of the No. 14 Villanova Wildcats had 50 factors (program and Big East record) to provide her 1,550 profession factors in Large East regular-season play (additionally a convention document). She additionally reached 1,000 profession rebounds. The Wildcats beat the Seton Corridor Pirates 99-65.

2/8/2023: Siegrist reached 2,500 career points in an 82-53 win over the Georgetown Hoyas. It was her 107th profession sport.

2/9/2023: Anastasia Warren:

2/12/2023: Warren reached precisely 200 made threes in her profession.

2/9/2023: The No. 9 Duke Blue Devils reached 1,000 program wins by beating the Boston College Eagles 68-27. BC’s 27 factors marked the second-fewest factors ever scored in an ACC contest.

2/12/2023: The No. 7 Iowa Hawkeyes scored 60 factors within the first half of a 111-57 win over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, marking a program record in Large Ten play.

2/9/2023: The No. 8 Maryland Terrapins reached 19 seasons in a row of at the least 20 wins by beating the Northwestern Wildcats 79-54. The Terps didn’t enable a single subject aim within the second body. Brenda Frese has been the workforce’s head coach by way of everything of the run.

2/11/2023: The No. 17 Texas Longhorns reached 20 wins on the season, giving their head coach, Vic Schaefer, 10 years in a row with 20-plus. Schaefer has coached the Longhorns since 2020-21. Earlier than that, he coached the Mississippi State Bulldogs from 2012-13 to 2019-20. The Longhorns beat the TCU Horned Frogs 70-50.

2/10/2023: Jayda Curry: 46 video games in a row with a 3 (Pac-12 document)

2/11/2023: Amaya Battle:

2/12/2023: Ta’Niya Latson of the No. 24 Florida State Seminoles reached 200 made subject targets on the season. Only nine other Seminoles have ever achieved that in a single season. Latson is only a freshman. In the identical sport, FSU’s Valencia Myers broke this system document for video games performed with 139. The Noles misplaced to the No. 11 Virginia Tech Hokies 84-70.

2/12/2023: Esmery Martinez, in her 112th profession sport:

2/12/2023: Emma Ronsiek, in her 76th profession sport:

2/12/2023: Georgia Amoore, in her 82nd profession sport:

2/12/2023: Maggie Bair, in her 102nd profession sport:

2/11/2023: Kaylynne Truong of the No. 20 Gonzaga Bulldogs made it to 1,000 profession factors in her 118th profession sport. The Bulldogs beat the Portland Pilots 63-53.

2/8/2023: Jazmine Younger, in her 119th profession sport:

2/8/2023: Madison Hattix-Covington of the Rhode Island Rams, in her 144th profession sport, reached 1,000 career points. Rhode Island defeated the George Washington Colonials 64-47.

2/7/2023: The No. 15 Oklahoma Sooners beat the Baylor Bears 98-92 in extra time. It was their second win in a row at Baylor. The last time a Large 12 workforce achieved that was in 2009-10. Caitlin Bickle had 30 factors and 4 assists in defeat.

2/12/2023: Taylor Robertson of Oklahoma reached 141 begins as a Sooner, a program record.

2/9/2023: Mya Berkman:

Streak tracker

No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks consecutive ranked wins — 19

No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks consecutive Prime 5 wins — 9

Caitlin Clark of the No. 7 Iowa Hawkeyes consecutive video games scoring in double figures — 77

No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks consecutive wins — 31 (program document)

No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks consecutive dwelling wins — 38

No. 3 Stanford Cardinal consecutive Pac-12 dwelling wins — 21

RV (30 factors) NC State Wolfpack consecutive wins in non-conference video games vs. unranked opponents — 52



2/8/2023: RV (5 factors) Marquette Golden Eagles over No. 6 UConn Huskies, 59-52

Chloe Marotta had 19 factors, 9 rebounds, three assists and two blocks for the Golden Eagles, who have been part of the “final 4 in” in ESPN’s Feb. 14 Bracketology.

2/9/2023: Syracuse Orange over No. 19 North Carolina Tar Heels, 75-67

Dyaisha Honest, who headlined final week’s Across the NCAAW Weekly as a result of she made it to 2,500 profession factors, had 23 factors, seven assists and three steals for the Orange, who have been part of the “first 4 out” in ESPN’s Feb. 14 Bracketology. Deja Kelly had 32 factors in defeat.

2/11/2023: West Virginia Mountaineers over No. 22 Iowa State Cyclones, 73-60

JJ Quinerly had 20 factors, three assists and two steals for the Mountaineers, who have been part of the “subsequent 4 out” in ESPN’s Feb. 14 Bracketology.

2/12/2023: Houston Cougars over RV (19 factors) South Florida Bulls, 71-69

Laila Blair had 30 factors and 4 assists for the Cougars, who weren’t included in ESPN’s Feb. 14 Bracketology. They’re No. 76 within the NET rankings.

2/12/2023: Virginia Cavaliers over RV (30 factors) NC State Wolfpack, 71-59

Taylor Valladay had 22 factors, eight rebounds and 7 assists for the Cavs, who weren’t included in ESPN’s Feb. 14 Bracketology. They’re No. 51 within the NET rankings.

2/9/2023: Miami Hurricanes over No. 24 Florida State Seminoles, 86-82

Haley Cavinder had 33 factors and 6 rebounds for the Hurricanes, who have been a No. 9 seed in ESPN’s Feb. 14 Bracketology.

Shut calls

2/12/2023: No. 12 Michigan Wolverines over Nebraska Cornhuskers, 80-75

The Huskers have been part of the “final 4 in” in ESPN’s Feb. 14 Bracketology.

2/10/2023: No. 21 Colorado Buffaloes over Washington State Cougars, 71-68

The Cougars have been part of the “final 4 byes” in ESPN’s Feb. 14 Bracketology.

Different video games of the week

2/6/2023: Mississippi State Bulldogs over Tennessee Girl Volunteers, 91-90 (2OT)

2/11/2023: California Baptist Lancers over Tarleton Texans, 89-84 (2OT)

2/12/2023: Pittsburgh Panthers over Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 85-79 (2OT)

Different prime performances

2/9/2023: Caitlin Clark — 35 factors, 4 rebounds, 10 assists and two steals for the No. 7 Iowa Hawkeyes in an 87-78 loss to the No. 2 Indiana Hoosiers

2/9/2023: Lilly Ritz — 31 factors, 9 rebounds, one help, 5 steals and three blocks for the Youngstown State Penguins in an 85-62 win over the Oakland Golden Grizzlies

2/12/2023: Diamond Miller — 31 factors, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, one steal and one block for the No. 8 Maryland Terrapins in an 82-71 win over the Illinois Fighting Illini

2/8/2023: Sabria Hunter — 32 factors, 14 rebounds and two blocks for the Army Black Knights in an 83-68 win over the Loyola Maryland Greyhounds

2/9/2023: Savannah Wheeler — 37 factors, two rebounds, 4 assists and two steals for the Center Tennessee Girl Raiders in a 94-81 win over the Western Kentucky Girl Toppers

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