Arizona hands Gonzaga rare home defeat
• NO. 19 ARIZONA 68, NO. 13 GONZAGA 63: Gabe York scored 14 of his 18 points in the second half and Allonzo Trier added 14 as the Wildcats (7-1) rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit Saturday and handed the Bulldogs their first nonconference home loss since falling to Illinois in 2012. "Gabe gave us a chance to win by him making shots the way he did and his confidence," Wildcats coach Sean Miller said. Arizona trailed 50-42 with 14:42 to play, but the Wildcats outscored Gonzaga 26-13 the rest of the way. Kyle Wiltjer scored 33 points for the Bulldogs.
• NO. 4 KANSAS 75, HARVARD 69: Frank Mason III scored 21 points and Perry Ellis added 12 for the host Jayhawks (6-1), who used a late run to pull away from the Crimson (2-6).
•NO. 5 DUKE 82, BUFFALO 59: Freshman Brandon Ingram scored 23 points and Grayson Allen finished with 22 points and 11 rebounds for the host Blue Devils (8-1), who won despite a season-worst 40.7 percent shooting.
• NO. 10 VIRGINIA 67, WILLIAM & MARY 52: Anthony Gill and Malcolm Brogdon scored 16 points each, and the host Cavaliers (7-1) won their sixth consecutive game.
•GEORGETOWN 79, NO. 14 SYRACUSE 72: Bradley Hayes scored a career-high 21 points, leading the host Hoyas to victory in the first game of Orange coach Jim Boeheim's nine-game NCAA suspension. Syracuse (6-2) lost its second straight.
•NO. 20 WEST VIRGINIA 87, KENNESAW STATE. 54: Devin Williams had 26 points and nine rebounds for the Mountaineers (7-0).
•NO. 21 MIAMI 88, CHARLOTTE 60: Seven reserves combined for 35 points to help the Hurricanes (7-1) take 40-10 lead after 16 minutes in Coral Gables, Fla. Sheldon McClellan, Miami's leading scorer this season, who was limited in practice last week because of an injury, had eight points and five assists in 21 minutes off the bench.
•NO. 22 SMU 98, NEW HAMPSHIRE 44: Keith Frazier scored 20 of his 23 points in the first half of a home victory by the Mustangs (6-0). Frazier matched his career high in scoring and grabbed eight rebounds.
•NO. 23 PROVIDENCE 74, RHODE ISLAND 72: Ben Bentil's buzzer-beating tip-in gave the visiting Friars (8-1) a victory over their instate rival.
•CARLETON 67, NO. 3 ST. THOMAS 66: Mitchell Biewen's baseline layup with a second to play capped a 15-point second-half comeback and lifted the Knights (4-2 overall, 2-0 MIAC) to a road victory over the No. 3-ranked Tommies (4-1, 1-1).
•WISCONSIN-RIVER FALLS 80, HAMLINE 67: Jon Christensen had 40 points and 14 rebounds for Wisconsin-River Falls.