- Associated Press - Sunday, November 22, 2015

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Tiffany Mitchell scored 17 points, including six in a deciding final run, and No. 2 South Carolina pulling away late to beat UCLA 68-65 on Sunday.

Tina Roy also had 17 points for South Carolina (4-0), and Alaina Coates added 12 points and 12 rebounds.

Jordin Canada scored 21 points, and Nirra Fields had 17 for UCLA (2-1). The Bruins have lost 19 straight games against ranked opponents.

NO. 5 BAYLOR 86, DEPAUL 72

WACO, Texas (AP) - Nina Davis had 20 points and 10 rebounds and was selected the tournament most valuable player after leading Baylor to the preseason WNIT championship.

Alexis Jones scored 21 points and Khadijiah Cave had 16 for Baylor (4-0).

Megan Podkowa had 19 points for DePaul (3-1).

NO. 6 FLORIDA STATE 84, UAB 44

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Adut Bulgak tied a career high with 26 points for Florida State.

Bulgak also had 10 rebounds, giving her a double-double in each of the Seminoles’ three games this season and 15 for her career. Shakayla Thomas added 17 points for Florida State (2-1).

Deanna Kuzmanic led UAB (1-3) with 15 points.

NO. 7 OHIO STATE 106, WAGNER 47

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ameryst Alston scored 26 points, and Kelsey Mitchell had 24 for Ohio State.

Kaylan Pugh had 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Buckeyes (2-2), and Shayla Cooper added 15 points and 12 rebounds. Ohio State outscored Wagner 23-6 in the second quarter and led 48-18 at halftime.

Jordyn Peck scored 22 points for the Seahawks (0-3), and Jasmine Nwajei had 15.

NO. 9 OREGON STATE 86, UC RIVERSIDE 65

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) - Sydney Wiese had 22 points, nine rebounds and five assists for Oregon State.

Wiese hit five 3-pointers to add to her school career record. Ruth Hamblin added 16 points, six rebounds and three blocks for Oregon State (3-0). Rejane Verin had 25 points and eight rebounds for the Highlanders (2-2).

NO. 13 KENTUCKY 86, COLORADO 61

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Janee Thompson had 17 points and seven assists to help Kentucky beat Colorado.

The Wildcats (4-0) had a 14-0 run for a 22-7 lead, and then scored the last eight of the first half to make it 42-21. They they scored 16 points off 16 turnovers.

Maci Morris added 13 points. Kennedy Leonard had 15 points for the Buffaloes (2-1).

NO. 14 DUKE 72, ARMY 61

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Azura Stevens made 14 of 18 shots for a career-high 32 points and No. 14 Duke overcame a slow start to hand Army its first loss.

The Blue Devils (3-1) trailed by 10 in the first quarter.

Stevens also had 14 rebounds. Kelsey Minato had 23 points for Army (3-1).

NO. 17 OKLAHOMA 79, BRADLEY 46

PEORIA, Ill. (AP) - Kaylon Williams and Gabbi Ortiz each 14 points for Oklahoma.

With Ortiz hitting 4 of 7 from 3-point range, the Sooners (3-1) went 12 of 26 behind the line. Whitney Tinjum and Anneke Schlueter each scored 12 points for the Braves (1-2).

NO. 20 NORTHWESTERN 86, WESTERN MICHIGAN 62

EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) - Ashley Deary had 25 points and 12 assists - both career bests - for Northwestern.

Deary shot 10 for 13 from the floor and made three 3-pointers. Nia Coffey added 20 points and nine rebounds, and Christen Inmanadded had 17 points for the Wildcats (3-0).

Breanna Mobley led the Broncos with 14 points.

NO. 21 CALIFORNIA 82, CAL POLY 57

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) - Asha Thomas scored 19 points and Mikayla Cowling had 17 and both hit four 3-pointers to lead California.

Gabby Green also hit four 3s for 12 points, and the Bears (4-0) went 14 of 25 behind the arc. Beth Balbierz led Cal Poly (2-2) with 14 points.

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