Tom Hammonds scored five points in the last 4:06 and Mark Price made four foul shots down the stretch as fourth-ranked Georgia Tech beat No. 18 North Carolina State, 69-57, in an Atlantic Coast Conference basketball game last night in Atlanta.
In the last 5:11, George Tech outscored the losers, 12-0. California-Irvine 95, UNLV 88
Johnny Rogers had 32 points and 10 rebounds in the upset in Irvine, Calif. Ninth-ranked UNLV has lost twice to Cal-Irvine this season. Bradley 71, Indiana State 51
In Peoria, Ill., Hersey Hawkins had 13 points and nine rebounds to help Bradley extend the nation's longest winning streak to 20 games. Memphis St. 63, New Orleans 52
In Memphis, Baskerville Holmes scored 17 points in his final home-court game. Sun Belt Tournament
Keith Thomas scored 22 points to lead top-seeded Old Dominion to a 76-67 victory over North Carolina-Charlotte in the first round in Birmingham. Tonight, ODU (22-6 overall and 12-3 in the conference) will play Jacksonville, which beat Virginia Commonwealth, 56-49. Alabama-Birmingham beat South Alabama, 64-51. Kentucky 62, Tennessee 60
Kenny Walker led fifth-ranked Kentucky with 32 points as the Wildcats held off Tennessee in a regular-season game. Kentucky had lost in Knoxville the last seven years. Michigan St. 82, Northwestern 48
Scott Skiles scored 35 points in Evanston, Ill., and Michigan State put together streaks of 16 and 22 straight points. Indiana 95, Minnesota 63
In Bloomington, Ind., Steve Alford's 22 points helped the Hoosiers tie Michigan for first place in the Big Ten. Indiana is 19-6 overall and 11-4 in the Big Ten. Illinois 81, Purdue 72
Junior center Kim Norman scored 17 of his 24 points in the first half in West Lafayette, Ind., as Illinois coasted to a 12-point halftime lead and went on to win the Big Ten game. Holy Cross 72, La Salle 70
In East Rutherford, N.J., senior Jim McCaffrey scored a tournament-record 39 points to enable the Crusaders to surprise La Salle in the opening round of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament.