Tech was 14-of-56 from the field, while ODU hit 35.2 percent (19-of-54).
Hampton women 78, Southern Miss 41
Keiara Avant had 26 points and 13 rebounds as the Lady Pirates rolled past the Golden Eagles before 1,764 in Hattiesburg, Miss.
HU, coming off three consecutive NCAA tournament appearances, showed it has every intention of increasing that streak to four. Hampton outscored USM 26-3 over the final 7:48 of the first half.
Junior-college transfer Verdine Warner had 17 points and 18 rebounds in her HU debut, and Phoebus High alumna Nicole Hamilton had 17 points for HU.
Tanecka Carey had 14 points for the Golden Eagles.
ECU 68, W&M 62
East Carolina beat William and Mary at Kaplan Arena despite Emily Correal’s 25 points and her Tribe-record-tying 21 rebounds.
ECU freshman Colleen Marshall connected on a 3-pointer with 55 seconds remaining for a 68-61 margin.
U.Va. 78, JMU 57
Sarah Imovbioh had 21 points and 10 rebounds as host Virginia beat James Madison.
The Cavaliers gained payback for last year’s WNIT quarterfinal loss in Harrisonburg, going on a 22-2 run over the last nine minutes of the first half. Ataira Franklin had 20 points for U.Va., and Kirby Burkholder led JMU with 25.
Norfolk State 60, Penn 51
The Spartans beat an Ivy League opponent at Echols Arena as junior Kashay Barnes had 16 points.
Sophomore Quineshia Leonard from Hampton High added 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Spartans.
Richmond 71, Longwood 61
Rachael Bilney had 17 points and Genevieve Okoro added 13 points and 11 rebounds for the host Spiders.