Azura Stevens came off the bench to score 22 points and lead top-ranked UConn to a closer-than-expected 78-60 win over Tulsa on Thursday night.
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Napheesa Collier scored 24 points to lead top-ranked UConn to a 105-57 rout of Tulsa on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the American Athletic Conference Tournament.
Napheesa Collier scored 24 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead top-ranked UConn to its 97th consecutive win, 96-50 over Tulsa on Sunday.
Katie Lou Samuelson scored a career-high 34 points to help No. 1 UConn beat Tulsa 98-58 on Tuesday night for the Huskies' 92nd consecutive victory.
Kitija Laksa scored 37 points to lead No. 22 South Florida over Tulsa 84-68 on Saturday night for the Bulls' fifth consecutive win.
Maddie Manning came off the bench to score a career-high 24 points with eight rebounds and No. 19 Oklahoma continued its dominance of in-state opponent Tulsa 85-68 on Sunday.
Courtney Williams scored 33, and Laura Ferreira added 18 points on 6-of-10 shooting to help the No. 21 South Florida women beat Tulsa 72-66 Wednesday night to secure a first-round bye in the Amer
Breanna Stewart scored 24 points and had 10 rebounds to help lead Connecticut to a dominating 94-30 victory over Tulsa on Wednesday night.
Saniya Chong, making her first start in more than a year, scored 18 points to lead top-ranked UConn to its 49th consecutive win with a 95-35 rout of Tulsa on Wednesday night.
Tulsa at No. 1 Connecticut
UConn has won 89 of the 90 consecutive games Moriah Jefferson has started for the Huskies. The PG's streak ends, though, as she tweaked her hamstring in practice on Friday as the Golden Hurricanes visit. Streaming live on ESPN3
Kaylon Williams had 21 points and 12 rebounds, and No. 17 Oklahoma won its seventh straight after a 75-62 victory over Tulsa on Wednesday night.
Breanna Stewart scored a season-high 28 points, and No. 1 Connecticut defeated Tulsa 92-46 on Saturday afternoon for its 25th straight win.
Moriah Jefferson scored 22 points and Morgan Tuck added 21 points and No. 2 UConn routed Tulsa 98-60 on Wednesday in the first meeting between the programs.
No. 25 Middle Tennessee battles past Tulsa 67-57
The commissioner of the renamed American Athletic Conference says a decision on where to hold its basketball tournaments could come in the next two weeks.
Tulsa officials say they've accepted an invitation to join the soon-to-be-renamed Big East Conference beginning in 2014.
Tulsa will hold a Tuesday news conference to announce it is moving to the soon-to-be-renamed Big East Conference in 2014, sources said.
Conference USA will add Western Kentucky and new coach Bobby Petrino at the same time the league's most recent football champion plans to leave.
Tulsa will join the soon-to-be-renamed Big East Conference in 2014, while East Carolina will be added as a full member, sources told ESPN.
Stanford will rely on the post play of Chiney Ogwumike while Michigan will have to hit 3s, as opposite offenses meet in Tuesday's second round.
The first half against Tulsa ended in a 24-24 tie and brought back memories of 1998, when 16th-seeded Harvard stunned No. 1 Stanford on its home court. But the Cardinal went on a 23-7 run and shot 65.5 percent in the second half to end Tulsa's hopes.
Chiney Ogwumike had 29 points, eight rebounds and three assists, and top-seeded Stanford pulled away in the second half to survive a hard-fought effort by 16th-seeded Tulsa for a 72-56 victory in the first round of the NCAA tournament Sunday.