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Wisconsin upsets Syracuse in overtime

BIG TEN/ACC CHALLENGE

•WISCONSIN 66, NO. 14 SYRACUSE 58 (OT): Nigel Hayes had 15 points and 12 rebounds, and converted a three-point play to break a tie in overtime, as the Badgers (5-3) beat the host Orange (6-1) on Wednesday in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Hayes broke a 55-all tie with a layup and was fouled by Tyler Roberson. He sank the free throw with 2:14 left in the extra period and Ethan Happ's dunk off an inbounds pass sealed it with 90 seconds left.

•IOWA 78, FLORIDA STATE 75 (OT): Peter Jok scored 24 points, including a three with 25 seconds left in overtime, as the Hawkeyes (5-2) rallied to beat the visiting Seminoles. Malik Beasley scored 20 points for Florida State (4-2).

•PENN STATE 67, BOSTON COLLEGE 58: Shep Garner made eight of 12 three-point shots and finished with a career-high 30 points, carrying the Nittany Lions (4-2) past the host Eagles (3-4). Garner fell one three-point basket away from the school record, set by Pete Lisicky in 1996.

•NOTRE DAME 84, ILLINOIS 79: Steve Vasturia and Demetrius Jackson scored 21 points apiece to bring the Irish back from an eight-point halftime deficit to beat the Illini, spoiling the State Farm Center's re-opening.

•NO. 7 DUKE 94, INDIANA 74: Freshman Brandon Ingram scored a season-best 24 points as the Blue Devils (7-1) beat the Hoosiers (5-3) in Durham, N.C. Troy Williams scored 17 points for Indiana.

WOMEN

BIG TEN/ACC CHALLENGE

•NO. 3 NOTRE DAME 75, NO. 10 OHIO ST. 72: Madison Cable hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 56 seconds left then made a pair of free throws with 7 seconds to clinch the win as the host Irish edged the Buckeyes despite missing two starters. Cable led Notre Dame (7-0) with 25 points and 11 rebounds; Kelsey Mitchell paced the Buckeyes (4-3) with 27 points.

•NO. 5 MARYLAND 82, NO. 20 SYRACUSE 64: Shatori Walker-Kimbrough had 19 points and eight assists, leading the Terrapins (7-0) over the visiting Orange (4-2). Center Brionna Jones made eight of her 10 shots and had 18 points and seven rebounds for the Terrapins.

•NO. 15 NORTHWESTERN 85, NORTH CAROLINA 72: Maggie Lyon hit four three-pointers and scored a career-high 31 points, Nia Coffey, a former Hopkins star, added 22 points and 11 rebounds as the Wildcats (7-0) defeated the Tar Heels (5-4) in Chapel Hill, N.C. Xylina McDaniel had 22 points for North Carolina.

NATION

•NO. 1 CONNECTICUT 86, NO. 23 DEPAUL 70: Breanna Stewart had 29 points and 12 rebounds and Morgan Tuck added 16 points as the Huskies (5-0) won their 42nd straight game, beating the Blue Demons in Chicago. DePaul (5-2) was led by Jessica January with 18.

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