No. 14 Purdue 51, Michigan 43 : Aya Traore scored 13 points, and Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton had six points in the final minutes for visiting Purdue. No. 17 Georgia 89, Florida 70 : Sherill Baker scored 20 points and added four steals to extend her career steals record to 352 for host Georgia. No. 25 Virginia Tech 67, No. 19 Boston College 62 : Megan Finnerty and Kirby Copeland combined for 26 points to lift host Virginia Tech. They each scored 13 points for the Hokies (14-1, 1-1 ACC), who trailed the Eagles 36-30 at halftime. Arkansas 52, No. 20 Vanderbilt 51, OT : Reserve Leslie Howard led host Arkansas with 13 points, including the winning free throw with 2.1 seconds left in overtime. No. 24 Temple 66, La Salle 64, OT : Candice Dupree scored 29 points, including the game-winning three-point play with 2.8 seconds left in overtime in Philadelphia. MEN No. 1 Duke 82, Wake Forest 64: J.J. Redick scored 32 points with old nemesis Chris Paul watching from a front-row seat as Duke held off host Wake Forest, leaving the Blue Devils one of only three unbeaten teams in Division I. Lee Melchionni added 17 points for Duke (14-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), which played a large part of the game without star center Shelden Williams. He picked up his third foul with about 5 minutes left in the first half, then got his fourth soon after the break. No. 24 West Virginia 91, No. 3 Villanova 87 : Joe Herber scored 23 points, and Kevin Pittsnogle added 22 as visiting West Virginia handed Villanova its first loss of the season. Mike Gansey added 21 points as the Mountaineers (10-3, 2-0 Big East) beat their second top-10 opponent this season. No. 4 Memphis 73, Winthrop 63 : Rodney Carney had 21 points, and Darius Washington scored seven of his 14 during a key stretch to lead host Memphis. Carney shot 7-of-14, including 4-of-9 from 3-point range as the Tigers (13-2) won their second straight after losing to No. 15 Texas last week. Their only other loss was to No. 1 Duke in the Preseason NIT championship game. Wisconsin 82, No. 7 Michigan State 63 : Kammron Taylor scored 27 points, and host Wisconsin beat Michigan State for the seventh time in eight meetings. Georgia Tech 60, No. 11 Boston College 58 : Zam Fredrick hit a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 33.5 seconds left, and host Georgia Tech edged Boston College, which went more than 11 minutes without a field goal and struggled to make anything outside the lane. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! After missing two games last year against Arizona State, UCLA’s Noelle Quinn was eager to play well against the Sun Devils. Quinn tied her season high with 24 points, and Lisa Willis added 23 to lead the host Bruins to a 77-69 victory over No. 9 Arizona State on Sunday. Nikki Blue had 13 points for the Bruins (9-6, 4-2 Pac-10), who moved within a half-game of the conference’s co-leaders, Washington and No. 16 Stanford. “Last year, I was at Arizona watching,” said Quinn, who played just 16 games last season before tearing cartilage in her left knee. “I wanted to do so much but I couldn’t physically do anything. “This year, I made it a point to step in and do a lot of stuff for my team.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Kristen Kovesdy had 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Sun Devils (12-3, 3-2), who committed a season-high 28 turnovers in losing their second consecutive game. “This is pretty hard to swallow,” Arizona State coach Charli Thurner Thorne said. “We’re not getting enough shots up, and we had too many letdowns in transition. We just made horrible decisions for two games.” The Sun Devils brought a nine-game winning streak to Los Angeles before losing 58-50 to USC on Friday. No. 2 Duke 86, No. 6 Maryland 68: The defense of visiting Duke was the difference in a matchup between the two highest-scoring teams in NCAA women’s basketball. Lindsey Harding and Chante Black each scored 19 points, and the unbeaten Blue Devils forced 24 turnovers.