Mike Daum had 38 points, which pushed him past Oscar Robertson for the No. 10 spot in NCAA's Division I career points, and South Dakota State rallied to beat Purdue Fort Wayne 92-83 on Thursday night in Brookings.

Daum, who now has 2,981 points in his career at SDSU, also took over the Summit League record for career rebounds (1,197), pulling down 20 against the Mastodons to total 1,197. He also had a career-high five blocks.

SDSU improved to 22-7 and 12-2 in the Summit League.

No. 2 Gonzaga 92, Pepperdine 64: The host Zags (26-2, 13-0) won their 17th consecutive game, the longest streak in the nation, and beat the Waves (12-16, 5-9) for the 36th consecutive time.

Arizona 76, California 51: The host Wildcats (15-12, 6-8 Pac-12) ended a seven-game losing streak, its longest in 36 years.

Belmont 99, Eastern Illinois 58: Rick Byrd became the sixth active Division I coach with 800 career wins.

Nation women

No. 5 Notre Dame 89, Duke 61: Arike Ogunbowale scored 25 points to become Notre Dame's all-time leading scorer as the Irish (25-3, 12-2 ACC) routed the Blue Devils in South Bend. Ogunbowale has 2,371 career points, 14 more than Skyler Diggins-Smith.

Big Ten women

Indiana 75, No. 10 Iowa 73: The host Hoosiers (18-10, 7-9) knocked the Hawkeyes (21-6, 12-4) out of a first-place tie in the Big Ten. Indiana trailed 49-33 before outscoring Iowa 42-24 over the final 15 minutes.

Michigan 86, Rutgers 76: The Wolverines (19-9, 10-6) won their seventh in a row, their longest streak in Big Ten play since the 1999-2000 season.

Ohio State 77, Michigan State 70: The Buckeyes (13-12, 9-7) handed the Spartans (17-9, 7-8) their first home loss of the season.

MIAC semifinals

Augsburg's men's and women's teams will both play for MIAC tournament championships on Saturday after their semifinal victories on Thursday night.

The third-seeded Auggies men (19-8) won at top-seeded St. Thomas (23-3) 84-81 and play at second-seeded St. John's in the final. Against the Tommies, Booker Coplin topped the 30-point mark for the third game in a row.

The Auggies women (22-4), seeded second, defeated Bethel (20-7) 79-70 at home behind Tamira McLemore's 33 points. They will next play at top-seeded St. Thomas (25-1), which defeated Gustavus (15-12) 64-39.

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