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Men’s Hockey

No. 1 Norwich rolls on
Blake Forkey and Tory Allan scored goals 17 seconds apart to break a 5-5 tie late in the third period and lift top-ranked Norwich to a 7-5 win against No. 4 Castleton on Saturday afternoon. In a game that featured everything from a playoff atmosphere, physical hits, highlight-reel goals and momentum shifts, the Cadets prevailed with the final momentum shift to sweep the season series from Castleton and record their third consecutive victory in the budding “Battle of Vermont” rivalry.
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Women's Basketball

Tale of two teams
Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw said her team had it coming to them. “I thought we’ve been building up to this game now for a couple of weeks,” she said. “We just haven’t played well for a long time.” The second-ranked Irish almost played well enough Sunday, but West Virginia ended Notre Dame's 21-game winning streak with a 65-63 victory.
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Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis scored 23 points and third-ranked Connecticut got its 99th consecutive home victory, beating No. 14 Georgetown 80-38 on Saturday. Bria Hartley added 18 points for UConn (23-2, 11-1 Big East), which held the Hoyas to 25-percent shooting and 24 points below their season average. The Hoyas led 12-11 midway through the first half before UConn took over, outscoring the Hoyas 51-14 during the next 20 minutes.
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Wrestling

Mat Mayhem finalists set
Top-ranked Oklahoma State will try to hold off a trio of Big Ten squads as the inaugural Mat Mayhem went from 24 teams down to just four during the weekend. The Cowboys will play host to Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois on Feb. 19 in a winner-take-all day of competition in the first NWCA Mat Mayhem -- the new and improved National Duals.
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Baseball

Stephens impressive in West Fla. debut
Fourth-ranked West Florida knocked off Rollins 4-1 on Sunday afternoon to complete the series sweep. Jake Stephens earned his first win as an Argonaut, allowing one run on five hits while fanning nine in six innings. With the win the Argos improve to 5-1.
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Fencing

Epee trio lifts Duke women
No. 10 Duke upset defending champion and third-ranked Notre Dame 14-13 and broke the school wins record as part of a 10-2 showing at the Northwestern Duals. The Blue Devils (18-3) knocked off the Fighting Irish behind a 7-2 effort from the epee squad. The Duke sabers, who stayed unbeaten with a 12-0 showing on the weekend, edged Notre Dame 5-4 befores, but it was the epee trio of Emily D'Agostino, Sarah Collins and Lauren DeLucia that made up the difference in the final score.
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Men’s Basketball

Mizzou wins top-10 showdown
Phil Pressey’s first 3-point attempt went in off the glass. The sophomore guard, known more for flashy, no-look passes than his outside touch, took that sketchy success and ran with it. Pressey scored 19 points, making four of No. 4 Missouri’s season-best 14 3-pointers, and the Tigers beat No. 6 Baylor 72-57 on Saturday. He had no 3-pointers the previous five games, but stepped up against the slumping Bears.
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Men’s Gymnastics

Sooners win top-10 tri-meet
After suffering a tough road loss to Illinois two weeks ago, top-ranked Oklahoma  got right back to business by taking down No. 7 California and No. 5 Stanford at Sunday’s tri-meet in Berkeley, Calif. The Sooners (8-1, 3-0 MPSF) boasted a 351.600 total to top Cal’s 349.400 and Stanford’s 343.700.
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Rifle

Top-ranked TCU rolls on
The TCU rifle team coasted to its 29th consecutive regular-season victory with a 4683-4644 decision against UTEP on Saturday afternoon. Sarah Beard captured top spot in smallbore after shooting a 586 and Sarah Scherer continued her dominance in air rifle, shooting a 598 in the discipline.
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Women’s Tennis

Stanford wins 1 vs. 2 battle
In one of the most highly-anticipated regular season matches, No. 2 Stanford defeated No. 1 Florida 5-2 on Sunday afternoon. A rare No. 1 vs. No. 2 regular-season clash, it also served as a rematch of the past two national champions (Stanford in 2010; Florida in ’11). On Sunday, in what figured to be a back-and-forth battle between the nation's top two programs, the Cardinal quickly squashed any hopes of a dramatic finish by dominating doubles.
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Swimming & Diving

WSU sweeps conference titles
Wayne State (Mich.) won its sixth GLIAC Championship in the past seven years as the four-day meet concluded Saturday night. Wayne State set records for points (923) and margin of victory (323.5), as Grand Valley State finished second (599.5) followed by Indianapolis in third (481.5). With the comeback victory earned by the WSU men's team, the Warriors swept both the women's and men's conference titles for the second year in a row and the fourth time since 2006.
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