Notre Dame forward Luke Harangody is out indefinitely because of pneumonia.
Harangody, the Big East player of the year last season, became ill after scoring 29 points and grabbing 13 rebounds in No. 8 Notre Dame's 81-80 victory over No. 6 Texas on Tuesday in the Maui Invitational.
Despite feeling ill, he had 13 points and seven rebounds in a 102-87 loss to top-ranked North Carolina in the championship game on Wednesday.
Harangody, a junior who has never missed a game at Notre Dame, leads the Irish in both scoring with 22.6 points a game and 11.2 rebounds a game.
Notre Dame coach Mike Brey said hewill be cautious with Harangody. The Irish play Furman today.
MEN'S HIGHLIGHTSSims lifts Wolverines in OT
MICHIGAN 66, SAVANNAH STATE 64 (OT): DeShawn Sims made an 18-foot shot from the corner as time expired in overtime to rally the Wolverines over the Tigers on Saturday in Ann Arbor, Mich. Sims led all scorers with 23 points and Harris added 22 for the Wolverines, who rallied from a 20-point halftime deficit.
OHIO STATE 59, SAMFORD 22: Evan Turner scored 16 points and had a career-high 13 rebounds as the Buckeyes held the visiting Bulldogs to the fewest points by an opponent in 69 years.
NO. 25 WISCONSIN 67, WIS.-MILWAUKEE 46: Trevon Hughes scored 16 points and Joe Krabbenhoft added 12 points and 10 rebounds as the Badgers (5-1) beat the Panthers in Madison, Wis.
IOWA 65, KANSAS STATE 63: Cyrus Tate's layup at the buzzer lifted the Hawkeyes over the Wildcats in the third-place game of the Las Vegas Invitational. Jeff Peterson's 18 points led Iowa.
PENN STATE 78, TOWSON 54: Stanley Pringle scored 16 points and Taylor Battle had 15 and a career-high nine assists as the Nittany Lions beat the Tigers in a consolation-round game at the Philly Classic.
ILLINOIS 48, TULSA 44: Mike Tisdale's 12 points helped the Illini win the title game of the South Padre Island Invitational in Texas.
NO. 2 CONNECTICUT 88, BRYANT 58: Hasheem Thabeet had 16 points and 12 rebounds as the host Huskies gave coach Jim Calhoun his 780th career victory. The victory moves Calhoun into a tie with Lou Henson and Lute Olson for eighth on the all-time list.
WOMEN'S HIGHLIGHTSBadgers upset No. 6 Baylor
WISCONSIN 59, NO. 6 BAYLOR 58: Alyssa Karel, a sophomore from Cretin-Derham Hall, scored 15 points to lift the Badgers over the Bears in the title game of the Paradise Jam in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Wisconsin scored the final six points of the game, including a jumper by Karel with 7 seconds left, to erase a 58-53 Baylor lead.
AREA MEN'S HIGHLIGHTSCobbers lose to Cavaliers
CONCORDIA (ORE.) 85, CONCORDIA (MOORHEAD) 70: Steven Vaughan scored 23 points for the Cavaliers, who beat the Cobbers at the Pacific Northwest Lutheran Invitational in Parkland, Wash.
WINONA STATE 75, GUSTAVUS 59: Ben Fischer's 16 points lifted the Warriors over the visiting Gusties.
AREA WOMEN'S HIGHLIGHTSBooker powers Bulldogs
MINNESOTA DULUTH 64, NORTHERN STATE 60: Jheri Booker's 21 points and eight rebounds led the Bulldogs over the Wolfpack in the NSIC Holiday Hoopfest in Sioux Falls, S.D. Kelsey Hewitt added 18 points for Minnesota Duluth.
MSU MANKATO 91, NEBRASKA-KEARNEY 88: Heather Johnson scored 26 points and Liz Trauger added 16 as the Mavericks beat the Lopers in Kearney, Neb.