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Caitlin Clark had 23 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds to lead No. 6 Iowa over Penn State 95-51. Monika Czinano scored 14 points and Kate Martin added 11 for the Hawkeyes. They took the lead midway through the first quarter and pulled away in a lopsided second half to win their eighth straight game. Taniyah Thompson led Penn State with 11 points while Leilani Kapinus had 10.

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Aliyah Boston scored 23 of her 26 points in the second half, including 14 in the fourth quarter, to help No. 1 South Carolina beat fifth-ranked UConn 81-77. The Gamecocks have won 29 consecutive games since losing to Kentucky in the SEC Tournament title game last year. They’ve won four of the past five meetings with the Huskies, including a victory in the NCAA championship game last season. That ended UConn’s perfect 11-0 record in title games. Aaliyah Edwards led UConn with 25 points.

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Colorado State has apologized for a group of fans who chanted “Russia” at a player on an opposing team who is from Ukraine. Utah State’s Max Shulga is from Kyiv and was shooting free throws at Saturday's game in Fort Collins. TV cameras picked up the chant from the student section. Russia invaded Ukraine nearly a year ago. Colorado State said the chant was a “violation” of the Mountain West conference's sportsmanship policy.

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Hunter Dickinson scored 26 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Michigan to a 77-69 win over Ohio State. Jett Howard added 16 points and Kobe Bufkin 13 with eight rebounds for the Wolverines, who missed their last four shots to drop to 49% for the game. Bruce Thornton scored 22 points to lead the Buckeyes, who have lost four straight and 10 of 12. Thornton was 10-of-13 shooting and Ohio State made five of its last eight shots but that only raised the shooting percent to 41. Bufkin, Dickinson and Howard combined for for a Michigan 12-3 run for a 24-14 lead midway through the first half. Despite a poor shooting half, the Buckeyes closed it to 41-36 at the half as Sueing hit a last-minute 3-pointer.

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Celeste Taylor scored 14 points and No. 16 Duke came from behind for a 57-52 victory at No. 9 Notre Dame. Trailing for most of the game’s first 28 minutes, the Blue Devils took the lead for good in the final two minutes of the third quarter to knock off the Fighting Irish. Duke led 48-46 going into the fourth quarter after trailing Notre Dame by as many as five points in the third quarter. A steal by Elizabeth Balogun in the final 15 seconds helped seal the win for the Blue Devils. Maddy Westbeld led Notre Dame with 15 points. The Irish fell out of a first-place tie with Duke in the ACC standings.

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Chrislyn Carr scored 11 of her 17 points in the third quarter to propel Louisville to a 62-55 upset of No. 11 North Carolina, ending the Tar Heels’ eight-game winning streak. Hailey Van Lith also had 17 points for the Cardinals. Deja Kelly scored 13 points for the Tar Heels (17-6, 8-4) and Paulina Paris added 12 points. Paris hit North Carolina’s only 3-pointer with 6:10 to play to cut the deficit to 51-50 but Carr hit her fifth 3-pointer and North Carolina struggled to find the basket. The Tar Heels missed their next four shots, finished 5 of 14 for the quarter and 33% (19 of 57) for the game, missing 11 3-pointers. The Cardinals only shot 34% (19 of 56) but eight makes were behind the arc.

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Harry Kane broke Tottenham’s all-time scoring record with his 267th goal for the club that will have been celebrated almost as jubilantly by the other team in north London. The England captain’s milestone strike earned Tottenham a 1-0 win over Manchester City, which was looking for a victory to trim the gap to Premier League leader Arsenal to two points. Arsenal wasn’t punished for losing 1-0 at Everton on Saturday and maybe that’s no surprise. City now hasn’t won or even scored in five games at Tottenham’s new stadium in either the Premier League or the Champions League. City stayed five points behind Arsenal, which has a game in hand.

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Harry Kane has become Tottenham’s outright all-time leading scorer with his goal in the 1-0 win over Manchester City in the Premier League. It was the England captain’s 267th goal for the club. That is one more than the late Jimmy Greaves, who played for Tottenham from 1961-70. Kane scored his first goal for Tottenham in December 2011. He now has 200 goals in the Premier League. He is only the third player to reach that figure after Alan Shearer and Wayne Rooney.

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Harry Kane’s record-breaking goal pushed Tottenham to a 1-0 win over Manchester City to further dent the champions’ hopes of retaining the Premier League title. Kane slotted home after 15 minutes and moved past the late Jimmy Greaves as Spurs’ all-time leading scorer on 267 goals. It proved enough to keep up Tottenham’s excellent recent home record against City, which could have moved two points behind first-place Arsenal following its defeat at Everton on Saturday. Fifth-place Spurs instead claimed a third victory from their last four matches against Pep Guardiola’s team despite Cristian Romero’s late sending-off for a second yellow card.

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Bayern Munich held on despite Joshua Kimmich’s sending off to beat Wolfsburg 4-2 and return to the top of the Bundesliga. Kimmich was sent off with his second yellow card in the 54th but Wolfsburg was unable to make its dominance count as the visitors delivered a lesson in efficiency. Kingsley Coman scored twice and Thomas Müller and Jamal Musiala added two more while Bayern also needed goalkeeper Yann Sommer at his best to secure the team’s first Bundesliga win of the year. It was enough for Bayern to move one point clear of Union Berlin. Wolfsburg had 22 shots at goal compared to the 10-time defending champions’ nine.