DANCING WITH WOLVES: Vince Broadnax scored a career-high 24 points and Matt Roe had 29 points and 10 rebounds, both career highs, as Maryland upset North Carolina State, 104-100. It was the Terrapins' first 100-point output of the season. BIG EAST HAPPENINGS: Providence, which has won three times in 26 games against Syracuse, got 21 points from Marques Bragg and upset the No. 6 Orangemen, 92-82.
No. 19 Connecticut lost its fifth straight, falling to Seton Hall, 76-62.
Jason Buchanan scored on a fadeaway jumper with 16 seconds remaining to lift No. 10 St. John's over Villanova, 58-55. The victory was the 499th for Coach Lou Carnesecca; there are 29 coaches with 500. FINISHING FLOURISH: Bryant Stith scored Virginia's final 19 points, including two free throws with seven seconds to play, as the Cavaliers rallied to defeat Notre Dame, 68-67.
George Washington beat Massachusetts at home for the 13th straight time, 61-59. Sonni Holland matched a career high with 26 points, including the game-winning basket.
Navy connected on 11 three-point goals, tying a Colonial Athletic Asociation record and spoiling American's homecoming, 94-82. John Haase -- four of six three-pointers -- led the Midshipmen with 24 points. Eddie Reddick followed with 22.
STREAK HALTED: George Mason shot just 33 percent from the floor in the first half and fell behind by 24 points in losing to James Madison, 87-67, the end of its three-game winning streak. Howard, which broke an 11-game losing streak earlier this week, lost for the eighth straight time at Burr Gymnasium, 85-58 to Coppin State. Melvin Cheatum scored 26 points as Alabama ended No. 8 Kentucky's 10-game winning streak, 88-83. SURPRISE: Billy Dreher scored 17 of his career-high 23 points in the second half and California upset No. 5 Arizona, 85-78. NO SURPRISE: Larry Johnson scored 27 points and undefeated No. 1 Nevada-Las Vegas raced to a 97-85 win over Louisville. No. 2 Arkansas became the first Division I team with 20 wins as it defeated Baylor, 73-68. Four Hoosiers scored in double figures, as No. 3 Indiana routed No. 23 Michigan State, 97-63. Shaquille O'Neal had 31 points, 21 rebounds and 10 blocked shots to lead No. 16 LSU over Florida, 76-66. WOMEN: Ana Marjanovic's free throw with eight seconds remaining lifted Maryland over No. 3 N.C. State, 81-80, Saturday. The Wolfpack (16-3) took out its frustration the next day on Howard, 104-73. Howard (6-10), which lost its third straight, was led by Felicia Oliver's game-high 30 points. THIS WEEK: Monday: Delaware at Navy, Morgan State at Howard; Tuesday: American at Maryland, West Virginia at George Washington, N.C. State at Virginia; Wednesday: St. John's at Georgetown; Thursday: George Washington at St. Bonaventure, Howard at Delaware State; Friday: Maryland at Georgia Tech; Saturday: Wake Forest at Virginia, Navy at UNC-Wilmington, Howard at Coppin State, American at East Carolina, Richmond at George Mason.