A&M's winning streak stopped at 10 games

• ARKANSAS 74, NO. 5 TEXAS A&M 71: Moses Kingsley had 18 points and 11 rebounds, Dusty Hannahs and Anthlon Bell scored 17 apiece and the host Razorbacks ended the Aggies' 10-game winning streak.

The loss was the first for the Aggies (17-3, 7-1 SEC) since a defeat at Arizona State on Dec. 5, ending the school's longest winning streak since a 13-game stretch during the 2010-11 season.

Bell and Hannahs each hit a trio of three-pointers for the Razorbacks (10-10, 4-4), who ended a three-game losing streak and won their eighth straight against Texas A&M in Bud Walton Arena.

Danuel House scored 24 points and shot 4-for-5 from three-point range to lead Texas A&M, which was 19-for-48 (39.6 percent) from the field.

Texas A&M was attempting to win its eighth consecutive conference game, its most since the school won seven in a row as a member of the former Southwest Conference during the 1979-80 season.

However, the Aggies trailed throughout the first half and by as many as 10 points while struggling to keep possession of the ball against an Arkansas team they defeated 92-69 in College Station on Jan. 2.

Texas A&M committed 13 first-half turnovers and trailed 40-33 at halftime but took a one-point lead three times in the second half — the last coming when a pair of free throws by Tyler Davis produced a 60-59 advantage.

Arkansas regained the lead for good on a floater by Manuale Watkins, and Anton Beard and Hannahs hit free throws in the final minute to help secure the win.

• CLEMSON 73, PITTSBURGH 60: The host Tigers (13-7, 6-2) continued their surprising conference run, adding the Panthers (16-4, 5-3) to a list of ACC victims that also includes Louisville, Duke and Miami.

• COACH RESIGNS: Byron Rimm II resigned as Prairie View coach. The Panthers were 1-18 in his 10th season.


No. 1 UConn beats Tulsa by 64

• NO. 1 UCONN 94, TULSA 30: Breanna Stewart scored 24 points and had 10 rebounds to help lead the visiting Huskies (19-0, 9-0 American) to their 56th consecutive victory. Stewart became the sixth UConn player to reach 1,000 career rebounds. She also added five assists and four blocked shots. The Huskies outscored the Golden Hurricane (7-14, 4-6) by 124 points in their two regular-season meetings.

• NO. 4 BAYLOR 69, TEXAS TECH 43: The host Lady Bears (20-1, 7-1) reached 20 victories for the 16th season in a row. That's a Big 12 record.

• No. 5 Maryland 89, Penn State 53: Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 25 points to help the visiting Terrapins (18-2, 7-1 Big Ten) beat the Nittany Lions (8-12, 3-6) for their sixth win in a row.

• NO. 6 TEXAS 70, KANSAS 46: The host Longhorns (19-1, 8-1 Big 12) became the fifth women's program to reach 1,000 all-time victories.