Stanford Knocks Off Wisconsin

From Associated Press

Milena Flores scored 11 of her 17 points in the second half, and Stanford upset its second ranked team in as many weeks, beating No. 23 Wisconsin, 78-66, Sunday at Palo Alto.

Stanford (2-4), playing its sixth consecutive ranked opponent, defeated then-No. 1 Purdue a week earlier.

Carolyn Moos added 15 points and 10 rebounds for Stanford, unranked this week for the first time in 10 years. Sarah Dimson had 13 points.

LaTonya Sima and Tamara Moore scored 12 points apiece, and Amy Wiersma had 11 rebounds to lead Wisconsin (4-1).

No. 6 Georgia 80, Massachusetts 57--Coco Miller scored 27 points, and her twin sister, Kelly, added 21 as Georgia beat slump-ridden Massachusetts at Amherst, Mass.

Angie Ball added 19 points for the Lady Bulldogs (3-0), who got just 13 points from the rest of the roster.

Tez Kraft and Kathy Coyner scored 18 points each for UMass (1-5), which has lost five games in a row.

No. 11 Rutgers 67, Arizona State 48--Freshman reserve Davalyn Cunningham scored eight of her season-high 13 points late in the game as injury riddled Rutgers beat the Sun Devils (2-1) to win the Coca-Cola Classic championship game at Piscataway, N.J.

Jen Clemente, Tasha Pointer and Usha Gilmore all sat out as the Scarlet Knights (6-1) won their second Classic title in a row.

No. 18 Vanderbilt 116, Hampton 46--Beth Ostendorf scored 22 points and Ashley Smith added 18 to lead five Vanderbilt players in double figures at Nashville, Tenn.

Vanderbilt (3-1) opened the game with an 11-0 run and built to a 59-24 lead by the half over Hampton (2-2).

At the Duke Women's Basketball Classic in Durham, N.C.:

No. 20 Duke 91, Marquette 60--Nicole Erickson made five three-point shots and scored 19 points as Duke defeated Marquette in the championship game.

Payton Black also had 18 and Georgia Schweitzer 10 as the Blue Devils (4-3) won the four-team tournament.

No. 13 Florida 52, Villanova 49--Tonya Washington scored 18 points, including the game-winning basket with 1:22 left, and Florida rallied for the victory over Villanova (2-3) in the consolation game of the tournament.

Tamara Stocks added 17 points for Florida (6-2).

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