No. 6 W.Va., No. 25 Syracuse fall
Top 25: Iowa State's 22-0 run buries Nebraska
The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE -- Angel Robinson scored 18 points and Marquette went on an 11-0 midway through the second half just after coach Terri Mitchell was hit in the head to upset No. 6 West Virginia 69-54 on Tuesday night.
The Mountaineers (16-1, 3-1 Big East) watched Marquette snap the nation's longest winning streak despite getting 15 points from Liz Repella. No. 3 Duke (15-0) and Florida Gulf Coast (12-0) are the last remaining undefeated women's teams in Division I.
Mitchell was hit in the head by a loose ball early in the second half with Marquette (14-3, 2-2) trailing by two and eventually left the court. When she returned 11 minutes later, Marquette led by double digits to give her second win in 18 tries against a top-10 opponent.
No. 17 Iowa State 64, Nebraska 43 -- Box Score
AMES, Iowa -- Kelsey Bolte scored 22 points and Iowa State used a huge second-half run to beat Nebraska.
Anna Prins added 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Cyclones (13-3, 1-1 Big 12), who fell behind 9-0 and trailed by as many as 11 before regrouping at halftime. Iowa State shot 58.6 percent in the second half and held Nebraska scoreless for 9 minutes while breaking the game open with a 22-0 run.
Iowa State outscored Nebraska 43-17 in the second half.
Lindsey Moore's 13 points led Nebraska (10-6, 0-2), which has lost five of seven. The Cornhuskers led 26-21 at halftime, then missed 23 of their first 28 shots in the second half.
No. 14 DePaul 77, South Florida 66 -- Box Score
CHICAGO -- Felicia Chester scored 19 points and Keisha Hampton added 18 to help No. 14 DePaul beat South Florida 77-61 on Tuesday night for the Blue Demons' 13th win in 14 games.
Taylor Pikes had 17 points and 10 rebounds while Anna Martin had 14 points for DePaul (16-2, 4-0 Big East).
Andrea Smith scored 16 points for South Florida (9-9, 0-4), which has lost five consecutive.
The Blue Demons led by just two points with 14:30 to play but pulled away to open a double-digit lead.
Rutgers 78, No. 25 Syracuse 67 -- Box Score
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Monique Oliver scored a career-high 27 points, Khadijah Rushdan had 15 points and matched her career high with nine assists, and Rutgers beat Syracuse.
The win for Rutgers (10-6, 3-0 Big East) was its third consecutive and snapped a three-game losing streak to the Orange (13-3, 1-2), who had won their first 12 home games. Syracuse's other losses were to top-ranked Baylor and last week at then-No. 15 Georgetown.
After falling behind early, the Scarlet Knights quickly rallied behind Oliver. She had 14 points in the first 9:33, outplaying Syracuse center Kayla Alexander as Rutgers built a double-digit lead in the first 11:33 and kept it for most of the rest of the game.
Elashier Hall led the Orange with a career-high 23 points.