Mike Daum scored 28 points to move past Larry Bird in the Division I record books and grabbed 12 rebounds to break South Dakota State's career program record, helping the Jackrabbits beat host Denver 92-82 on Sunday.

Bird sat in 14th place when the season began with 2,850, but the Indiana State legend was passed twice this weekend. Campbell guard Chris Clemons leads the nation in scoring and has 2,875 career points after his second consecutive 39-point game Saturday. Daum has 2,854 points. Coming up for both is Elvin Hayes, with 2,884 points.

Daum tied the program rebounding record, set by Mark Tetzlaff, with his 11th of the game, breaking it on a putback with 2:15 left for a 19-point lead.

Skyler Flatten scored points on 14-for-18 shooting with eight three-pointers for the Jackrabbits (19-6, 9-1 Summit League), who shot 56 percent from the floor vs. the Pioneers (7-16, 2-7).

No. 14 Villanova 77, Georgetown 65: Collin Gillespie scored 30 points and the host Wildcats (18-4, 9-0 Big East) won their 10th game in a row, beating the Hoyas (14-8, 4-5).


Big Ten

No. 13 Iowa 81, Penn State 61: Megan Gustafson had 30 points, 11 rebounds and five assists and the Hawkeyes (17-5, 8-3 Big Ten) bounced back from a loss at Michigan on Friday by beating the host Lady Lions (10-11, 3-7).

No. 22 Michigan State 74, Purdue 66: Sidney Cooks and Shay Colley scored 20 points apiece and the host Spartans (16-5, 6-5) scored the final eight points after blowing a 15-point, second-half lead vs. the Boilermakers (15-9, 6-5).

Northwestern 76, Ohio State 59: Lindsey Pulliam scored 23 points, Pallas Kunaiyi-Akpanah had 17 points, 13 rebounds and four steals and the host Wildcats (14-8, 7-4) beat the Buckeyes (9-11, 5-6). Abi Scheid (Elk River) returned to the Wildcats starting lineup after missing six games because of a lower-body injury and had seven points and three rebounds.

Indiana 82, Nebraska 78: Ali Patberg scored 22 points, including the three-pointer that put the Hoosiers ahead for good with 4:04 left as the Hoosiers (17-6, 6-5) beat the host Cornhuskers (10-12, 5-6).

Michigan 76, Wisconsin 70: Naz Hillmon scored 20 points on 8-for-9 shooting and the Wolverines (14-9, 5-6) beat the Badgers (11-12, 2-9).


North Carolina 64, No. 7 North Carolina State 51: A week after upending then-No. 1 Notre Dame, the Tar Heels (14-9, 5-4 ACC) pulled off another major upset, beating the host Wolfpack (21-1, 8-1) to leave no unbeaten teams in the nation. Stephanie Watts scored 20 points, and North Carolina held N.C. State to 30 percent shooting.

No. 4 Oregon 102, Colorado 43: Ruthy Hebard made all 10 of her shots and scored 24 points as the host Ducks (21-1, 10-0 Pac-12) shot 58 percent from the floor vs. the Buffaloes (10-11, 0-10).

No. 9 Oregon State 71, No. 14 Utah 63: The host Beavers (19-3, 9-1 Pac-12) used a strong fourth quarter to beat the Utes (18-3, 7-3).